Pursuing Your Immigration Goals
Whether you are seeking to obtain temporary or permanent employment in the United States through business or employment-based sponsorship or are seeking to obtain a green card through family sponsorship, U.S. immigration laws are complex. Having experienced and knowledgeable counsel can alleviate your frustrations in the process and ensure your petition is not delayed due to errors or other problems. The Louisiana law firm of Rozas & Rozas can provide the effective legal counsel you need.
Representation Led by Immigration Attorney Marvic Gonzalez Thompson
Whether coming to our law firm for assistance in pursuing an immigrant visa (green card) or a nonimmigrant visa (temporary visa), your immigration case will be handled by attorney Marvic Gonzalez Thompson. She concentrates her practice exclusively on helping clients with difficult immigration law issues. She comes from a family of immigrants from Venezuela, giving her true understanding of the challenges individuals and families encounter when proceeding through the legal system.
Baton Rouge and New Orleans Lawyer for Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas
Whether assisting individuals, families or businesses, she has the experience, compassion and dedication to help clients achieve their immigration goals.
- Immigrant visas: Immigrant visas are for foreign nationals who wish to come to live and work in the U.S. permanently under permanent resident status. Some individuals may be eligible for an immigrant visa (green card) based upon their status as a person of extraordinary ability or because they are a multinational executive or manager. Others must seek an employment-based immigrant visa through labor certification through PERM. An individual may also obtain an immigrant visa through sponsorship by an immediate family member, without wait, or through sponsorship by another family member in accordance with specific priority classifications (which are limited to a number of visas granted each year).
- Nonimmigrant visas: Nonimmigrant visas (temporary visas) are for individuals who wish to come to the U.S. on a temporary basis, such as for educational purposes, temporary employment or to marry. Most nonimmigrant visa holders must have the intent to return home after a specific period. However, some temporary visas allow for dual intention, such as the fiancé (K-1) and spouse (K-3) temporary visas and the H-1B visas for professionals of specialty occupations.
Ensure your visa application is prepared and processed correctly and efficiently. Whether you are seeking immigrant or nonimmigrant status through a family-based visa application or an employment-based visa application, we can guide you through the process.
Free Consultation — Representation in English and Español
Call us at 225-341-5766 or send us an e-mail to schedule a consultation with an experienced Baton Rouge immigration law attorney. English- and Spanish-speaking representation is available.