Visiting the United States or becoming a permanent resident or United States citizen is a dream for many. Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC wants to help make that dream come true. Our legal team provides personal service offered by attorneys with “big firm” experience. We can guide you through your immigration journey and work to find your place within the United States.
“We guide you through your immigration journey and work to find your place within the United States.”
Our legal team offers assistance with a wide variety of immigration law matters. We help obtain visas for visitors, students, workers, and investors. We offer assistance to those interested in becoming permanent residents of the United States, including those who seek citizenship. We can also help you defend your right to stay in the United States if you find yourself facing deportation. With our experience, you can navigate the complex immigration system and strive to make the U.S. your home on a temporary or permanent basis. Give us a call today to learn more about the ways in which we can help you.read more
Visitors to the United States generally need to obtain a visa, subject to certain exceptions. Our legal team offers assistance in obtaining tourist and other visitor visas so you can travel to your desired destinations and take the opportunity to explore all that the United States has to offer.
Students of all ages come from around the globe to study at the exceptional educational institutions in the United States. We can help students achieve this dream. Students have different options for acquiring a visa, including the F1 Visa for academic students, the J1 visa for exchange program students, and the M1 visa for non-academic students.
There are employment visas available for workers at many different stages in their professional careers, across a variety of industries. Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC provides assistance to employers and individuals interested in business immigration and work visas.
International investors seeking to enter the United States may be eligible for visas, on a temporary or more permanent basis. The United States provides visas to encourage capital investment and job creation inside the United States. Our attorneys can provide you with advice on which visa is most beneficial for you.
If you find yourself facing deportation in Immigration Court, there are numerous possible options to fight for your right to stay in the United States. Some of these options can lead to receiving a green card. The Immigration Court process can be complicated and intimidating. The attorneys at Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC have defended immigrants in over thirty different Immigration Courts nationwide and have the experience you need to fight and win your case.
There are various ways you may be able to receive a visa, employment authorization, or lawful status in the United States on a humanitarian basis. If you or a family member have been the victim of a crime or have a medical condition you may qualify. Our attorneys have experience obtaining immigration benefits due to humanitarian circumstances.
Becoming a lawful permanent resident means that you can live and work in the United States as long as you comply with certain requirements. You can obtain a green card through a family member, an employer or on a humanitarian basis. Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC can guide you on your journey of becoming a lawful permanent resident.
There are different ways to become a citizen of the United States. For those not born in the U.S. or to U.S. citizen parents, naturalization is the process of becoming a citizen. There are many complex requirements to fulfill during the naturalization process, including taking the U.S. citizenship test. Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC can guide you through the process of becoming a U.S. citizen.
Dorsett & Zapata, PLLC offers a full range of immigration services, including assistance with family and business based immigration, humanitarian visas, defending against removal, and more. Give us a call today to find out how we can help you achieve your American dream.