• National Interest Waiver Visa
• Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals (DACA)
• Citizenship and Naturalization
• Special Programs and Treaties
• Political Asylum
• Employment-Based Permanent Residency
• Family-Based Immigration
• Family Reunification
- If you are a US citizen, you can vote, apply for federal employment and run for publicly elected positions. Some advantages that citizens have over permanent residents are a U.S passport and the right to apply for certain federal aid programs.
- The naturalization procedure states that permanent residents can apply for their citizenship after 5 years, U.S citizens’ spouses after 3 years and members of the military at any time after 1 year of service. Keep in mind that applicants must also meet all other requirements, such English language proficiency and U.S history knowledge.
As an illegal immigrant, I hired Alice Antonovsky to help me fix my migratory situation. I had followed some bad advice in the past and really wanted to come clean with immigration authorities. Ms. Antonovsky was very helpful and helped me understand there was still a chance for my family to stay together. Thank you!
I escaped a violent past from a very unstable family a few years ago. Coming to the United States was my survival option. Being here, I met people who helped me out in different ways. They advised me to get a professional assessment on my immigration situation. Luckily, I went to Alice for help and she did not disappoint. I can absolutely recommend her legal services.
I contacted Alice Antonovsky when I needed help understanding my migratory status. She helped me find the most suitable program to apply for and I am now a legal permanent resident. Thank you for your help!
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