Family Based Permanent Residence / Adjustment of Status

International borders and oceans can strain family relationships. When your loved ones live in another country, your highest priorities is likely to complete the immigration paperwork and bring everyone together. The process can be long, and complica… Read More

U.S. Citizenship / Naturalization

Even lawful permanent residents need to renew their permanent resident card every 10 years. To truly make your residence permanent, you need to become a U.S. citizen. Obtaining U.S. citizenship through the naturalization process can be confusing, eve… Read More

Deportation / Removal Defense

Deportation proceedings can happen suddenly. Long-time residents can find themselves unexpectedly detained and on their way out of the country before they are prepared to mount a defense. The deportation and removal defense attorney at Nagell Law wil… Read More

Consular Processing

Visa applicants required to consular process through a U.S. Embassy or Consulate outside the United States before legally entering the country need experienced representation. U.S. Consulates abroad are difficult to navigate and provide no legal righ… Read More

Employment-Based Immigration

Many immigration matters start with a job offer. Employment-based immigration allows skilled workers from overseas to take comparatively high-paying positions in their field that are available within the United States. You don’t have to be a do… Read More