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Minneapolis — St. Paul, Minnesota, immigration attorneys help clients with applications for family-based visas, work visas, fiancée visas, green cards (legal permanent residency), and citizenship, and deportation defense.

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Green Cards · Family-based Visas · Work Permits

A permanent visa (green card) allows the visa-holder to live and work in the United States as a legal permanent resident. Family-based visas, spousal visas, fiancée visas, asylum and refugee status, and certain classes of employment-based immigration visas allow holders to remain in the US permanently. Temporary or non-immigrant visas such as student visas, tourist visas, and work visas are designed for those who do not intend to establish permanent residency in the United States. Our Twin Cities lawyers will explain the steps involved in obtaining a green card or other visa.

Minnesota U.S. immigration law attorneys at LegalConnection help clients with:

  • Employment-based Immigration Visas
  • Family-based Visa Applications
  • Professional and Skilled Worker Visas
  • Spousal Visas
  • Finacée Visas
  • Visa Application
  • Consular Processing
  • Deportation / Removal Defense
  • Change of Status
  • Naturalization and Citizenship

Minneapolis — St. Paul immigration lawyers at LegalConnection have offices in Bloomington, throughout Hennepin County, Ramsey County, and as far north as St. Cloud. Find an immigration attorney in a location that is convenient for you.

Do not risk having your visa application denied because of errors or omissions — have a visa lawyer help you from the start. If you have received a notice of hearing for removal, contact an immigration lawyer at the first opportunity. With well-qualified legal assistance the difficult process of dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will go as smoothly as possible.

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