Can I bring a family member to the United States?

A U.S. citizen may petition their foreign relatives to immigrate to the U.S. through a Family-Based Immigration Visa...

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Loan Modifications Before, During and After Bankruptcy

A loan modification does not re-establish liability on the loan. While the terms of the loan might change, the loan is not being refinanced. Refinancing the property into a completely new loan would re-establish liability, but not a loan modification.

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Intercountry Adoption and Immigration

There are three different ways to emigrate a prospective adoptive child from a foreign country and obtain permanent legal residency or U.S. citizenship status to a child.

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Travel Documentation – Advance Parole

Advance Parole is the re-entry permit that one must apply for if he or she wishes to re-enter the U.S. after foreign travel. For most visa categories, one needs advance parole from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to travel internationally if he or she is an alien who wish to travel abroad but has:

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Visas, Entry, Status and Length of Stays

  A visa is an entry document that allows a visitor or immigrant to present themselves to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the US port of entry (POE) at airports, sea ports or land border crossings for inspection to be admitted into the US. After inspection, CBP will then stamp a date in the […]

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Immigration to the U.S. through Investments

The following presentation will walk you through the aspects of investing and doing business in the U.S., as well as the legal aspects of immigration through your investments into the U.S. Temporary worker in a specialty occupation: the H-1B Visa Chilean and Singaporean Nationals: the H-1B1 Visa Australian Nationals: the E3 Visa North American Free […]

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L1 Visas – Bringing Your Foreign Employees to the U.S.

L1 Visa in Vietnamese L-1 nonimmigrant status is an employer-specific, employment-authorized nonimmigrant status available to a foreign national employed abroad who seeks admission into the United States to work for a qualifying affiliate U.S. employer in either managerial/executive capacity (L-1A) or specialized knowledge capacity (L-1B). The L-1 foreign national is called an “intracompany transferee.” Obtaining […]

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Personal Injury Claim or Lawsuit?

Find out the difference between filing for personal injury lawsuit or claim by watching the above video presentation.  For additional help deciding which path is right for you, please call Integrity Law Group at (206) 838-8118 to make an appointment with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys. *The materials on this website are provided for informational purposes only […]

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Why Do I Need a Lawyer To Prepare My Will?

  Nowadays there are many online do-it-yourself document preparation services like LegalZoom or Rocket Lawyer that help you with your will preparation claiming that it is as easy as filling in the blanks of a standard form. This post is not intended to disqualify or diminish the services offered online, however you need to take […]

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How to apply for a Green Card (Permanent Residence)?

  At Integrity Law Group, we know immigration laws can be complicated and frustrating to understand, but we’re here to help! Whether you’re in the Seattle area or not, we hope the immigration law information below will give you a better understanding of the different aspects of immigration law. And, if you are in the […]

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