When it comes to United States immigration for Canadian citizens, in many cases, it is not as easy or logical as one would think. Sure, Canadians can hop in a car and be in downtown Detroit in five minutes for a visit, but the application process for permanent residence can be fraught with logistical land mines, and if an applicant does not know what he or she is doing it can potentially go gravely awry. If you are Canadian and are considering immigration, in order to ensure a successful application, partnering with an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer can be the best course of action.
Michigan Canadian USA Immigration Attorney
Because I am located in downtown Detroit, right across from the tunnel to Windsor, Ontario, Canada, I am familiar with the needs of prospective Canadian immigrants. I have helped hundreds of clients successfully apply for a green card or U.S. citizenship in more than a decade of practice and I am ready to put my experience to work on your case.
When Canadians are convicted of a crime or commit a violation of the United States immigration regulations, sometimes they are concerned about whether they will be able to visit or immigrate to the United States. Under certain scenarios, a waiver application filed with Form I-192 could allow for Canadians to continue to visit the United States.
When you partner with me, I will take the time to comprehensively understand your case and needs, and together we can come up with the appropriate action to help secure a successful outcome.
To discuss any aspect of U.S. immigration for Canadians in an initial consultation, call 313-963-2505 or e-mail Detroit immigration waiver attorney Alan Reiter here.