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Our attorneys specialize in helping immigrants pursue a better life in the United States. No matter the reason for your visit, Tingen & Williams can help with your immigration and visa needs.

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Immigration Services at Tingen & Williams

We’re experienced in business and family-based immigration, as well as the permanent residency process, visa applications, and many other areas of immigration law.

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Green card applications

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Guidance through the citizenship and naturalization process

Asylum applications and deportation defense

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Popular Immigration Articles

Below we link to some of our more popular immigration articles from our website. Our knowledge base of legal articles helps more than 300,000 site visitors annually.

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A Complete Guide to U.S. H-Visa Types for 2018

Using H visas, individuals from other countries can live and work in the U.S. for a specific, limited amount of time. Usually between one and six years.

How Much Does a Fiancé Visa Cost?

This article covers the various costs and fees of fiancé visas, and gives you a clear idea of what you’ll need to prepare for your K-1 fiancé visa petition.

Can I Leave the Country while my Adjustment of Status is Processing?

If you’re currently filing for an adjustment of status to get your green card, leaving the country can put your application, and your visa, in jeopardy.

U.S. Student Visas: F-1 and M-1

F-1 and M-1 visas allow foreign students to attend schools in the United States. Applying for these visas is simple, and can be done in a few easy steps.

Can My Family Get Visas to Attend My Wedding?

Your wedding is a special day. Make sure your family is there by having them file for a B-2 visitor visa.

U.S. Green Card Versus U.S. Citizenship: Is it Worth it to Naturalize?

In this article we compare the pros and cons of becoming a U.S. citizen, and whether or not it’s worth it to naturalize.

Can I File For U.S. Citizenship if I have a Criminal Record?

When establishing good moral character, USCIS will often look at the applicant’s criminal history, as well as other submitted information.

Your Honeymoon and K-1 Travel Restrictions

Your K-1 fiancé visa is only valid for one entry to the United States. If you leave the U.S. on your K-1 visa, you will not be able to reenter.

Everything You Need to Know about Marriage-Based Green Cards

Marriage-based green cards are one of the quickest ways of living in the U.S. permanently. Sadly, this means it’s also one of the most abused.

Investor Visas: EB-5 vs. E-2

If you’re a foreign investor looking to start a business in the United States, you’ll need to apply for an investor’s visa. This article can help you choose between an E-2 temporary visa and an EB-5 permanent visa.

A Complete Guide to U.S. H-Visa Types for 2018

Using H visas, individuals from other countries can live and work in the U.S. for a specific, limited amount of time. Usually between one and six years.

Can I Leave the Country while my Adjustment of Status is Processing?

If you’re currently filing for an adjustment of status to get your green card, leaving the country can put your application, and your visa, in jeopardy.

Your Honeymoon and K-1 Travel Restrictions

Your K-1 fiancé visa is only valid for one entry to the United States. If you leave the U.S. on your K-1 visa, you will not be able to reenter.

Everything You Need to Know about Marriage-Based Green Cards

Marriage-based green cards are one of the quickest ways of living in the U.S. permanently. Sadly, this means it’s also one of the most abused.

Investor Visas: EB-5 vs. E-2

If you’re a foreign investor looking to start a business in the United States, you’ll need to apply for an investor’s visa. This article can help you choose between an E-2 temporary visa and an EB-5 permanent visa.

I am very pleased with the work Tingen and Williams and their staff have done for me and my family! I am now green card holder and the job was done fast and in a very efficient way! Thank you Tingen and Williams, I will continue to recommend you to all my friends and family.

Liliana Ornelas

I’m very happy to be back in the United States, now legally. I want to thank God for so many blessings and I’m very thankful for my Attorney Jacob Tingen and his work.

Roberto Hernandez

I’m very grateful. The attorneys at Tingen & Williams helped me out of a very difficult immigration situation and I just can’t tell you how grateful I am for their work. I can’t even believe how they were able to help me so much in such a short period of time. I didn’t know I was a citizen and Jacob helped me out of a difficult situation.

Jose Calderon

I am very pleased with the work Tingen and Williams and their staff have done for me and my family! I am now green card holder and the job was done fast and in a very efficient way! Thank you Tingen and Williams, I will continue to recommend you to all my friends and family.

Liliana Ornelas

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