Specializing in Immigration Law
Immigration law helps families reunite with loved ones and employers hire highly skilled workers to grow the U.S. economy. We assist clients with preparing and filing most types of visa applications.
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Professional, precise, and responsive! The company I am working for hired Mr. Subhan to take care of my H1B visa application. He completed the paperwork in a timely manner and he was very responsive to our questions. Attorney Subhan was professional and respectful. I highly recommend him.
Outstanding job with helping me acquire my Green Card! With the tremendous help and outstanding legal representation from Attorney Subhan, I was able to acquire my Green Card status within a very short time frame without any issues.
HERE’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VISAS AND GREEN CARDS
A visa is an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specified period of time in a country. A visa does not guarantee entry. That is decided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents.
Once permitted in the country, the visa sets the terms for the person’s specific status or authorized stay in the U.S. For example, a student visa, authorizes the person to enter only as student, unless the person files for a change or adjustment of status.
There are temporary and permanent visas. A temporary visa allows the person to stay in the U.S. anywhere from a few weeks up to 7 years. A permanent visa allows a person to work and live in the U.S. permanently.
A green card differs from a visa, since it is does not allow entry into the U.S. A green card permits a person to stay in the U.S. permanently under certain conditions.
In most cases, a relative or employer sponsor’s an individual by filing a petition and or application with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”).
Green cards are available through close family relations with U.S. citizens or current green card holders, or through employment with a business. Some entrepreneurs and investors can also self-petition.