At The Law Office of Susan Han, Immigration Attorney Susan Han practices Federal Immigration Law. Susan Han focuses on petitions for Lawful Permanent Residency / Green Card and Naturalization and Citizenship and advises individuals, families and businesses regarding the current immigration laws. The United States Immigration Laws are constantly changing and as a result, navigating the process for immigration to the United States can be a complicated process. Because the Immigration Laws, Regulations and Policies change, it is important to understand the laws and how it can affect a person’s goals in living and working in the United States lawfully. Some people seek to obtain lawful permanent residency or a green card in the United States and others may want to obtain a visa to work or study in the United States and others may be seeking to become U.S. Citizens. Immigration Attorney Susan Han advises individuals, families and businesses on the Immigration Laws so that people may live and work in the United States lawfully. Susan Han analyzes each case and determines a course of action that is in accordance with current U.S. Immigration Laws. Whether a person is interested in petitioning for a family member such as a spouse, child, or parent to live in the United States permanently or whether a person is seeking authorization to work in the United States lawfully or whether a person is seeking to change status in the United States, or whether a person is seeking to become a U.S. Citizen, it is important to ensure that during this process that a person is eligible in accordance with the U.S. Immigration laws and that during this process the person does not violate any Immigration laws. Because the process for applying for Immigration benefits are complex and the U.S. Immigration laws are constantly changing, contact Susan Han to help you with the Immigration process. You can reach Immigration Attorney Susan Han at (410) 599-3100 or by email at email@example.com.
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