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Ask Us Your Immigration Law Questions

Immigration law is incredibly complex. Whether you are seeking a work visa, trying to become a naturalized citizen or facing deportation proceedings, you no doubt have a lot of questions.

We are the attorneys of, and we can help you. With more than 30 years of combined experience between us, we can address any questions and concerns that you may have about immigration. On this page, we have taken the time to respond to a few of the questions that our clients ask us most frequently.

What is a priority worker?

Priority workers are immigrants who qualify for visas because they have desirable work skills. Examples of priority workers include outstanding professors or researchers, multinational executives and managers and people who have additional extraordinary abilities.

Do I need a labor certification?

Most aliens who wish to immigrate to the United States for work purposes must have an existing job offer. Employers must seek a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor to verify that the employee has a job offer and will not adversely affect the wages of workers in similar conditions.

Can I bring my family to the United States?

Often, permanent residents can bring over relatives, fiancés or spouses who live in a foreign country. Your loved one may qualify for a green card, depending on their relationship with you. Granted, every situation is different. We can help you determine whether your loved one qualifies and, if so, how to bring them to Michigan.

Do I qualify for asylum?

You may seek asylum in the U.S. if you face persecution in your nation of origin due to:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Membership in a certain social group
  • Political beliefs

However, the law regarding asylum is changing rapidly. You should work with an attorney if you desire to seek asylum here.

Contact Us To Ask More Questions In Person

These are only a few of the questions we hear. You can contact us to speak to one of our attorneys about your case and ask more questions. To reach our Royal Oak office, call 248-800-2544 or send us an email.