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Itasca Immigration Attorney

Itasca Immigration Law Firm

Experienced Lawyer for Visas, Citizenship, and Deportation Defense in DuPage County

At Ana M. Mencini & Associates, P.C., we understand the United States of America is a country comprised of immigrants from all over the world and their descendants. However, we also recognize the challenges that many immigrants face in their quest to enter and remain in the U.S. legally. The immigration process can quickly become confusing and overwhelming, especially in cases where language barriers exist, but our team is equipped to help clients manage all of their most challenging immigration concerns.

For over 17 years, Attorney Ana M. Mencini has been helping immigrants in DuPage County and the rest of Northern Illinois. In that time, she and her team have acquired an intimate knowledge of the immigration process, as well as the federal agencies involved with such issues.  As the daughter of a Colombian immigrant, Ms. Mencini understands the obstacles that many immigrant families must face. At our firm, we know how to work with agencies such as the U.S. Immigrations Customs and Enforcement (ICE), the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), more commonly known as the Border Patrol.

Helping Families Identify Their Needs

If you wish to come to the United States from another country, you will need to decide if you would like to stay temporarily or permanently. The same is true if you are trying to facilitate legal entry to the U.S. for a family member. Those who want to live in the United States permanently must first apply for an immigrant visa, after which they can pursue permanent resident status and possibly citizenship through naturalization. Non-immigrant visas are designed to meet the needs of those who wish to return to their home country after a temporary stay in the United States.

Immigrant Visa Attorney Serving Wood Dale and Addison

Immigrant visas are generally available for both family-related needs and employment situations. Current American citizens and legal permanent residents may request visas for their family members, including spouses, fiancés, immediate family, and extended family. The specific type of visa will depend on the nature of the familial relationship and other relevant factors.

An immigrant visa could also be appropriate for employers looking to hire foreign employees for certain jobs. Employment-based immigrant visas are limited in number. If you own a business and you wish to sponsor an employee from another country, Ana M. Mencini & Associates, P.C. can help you take the necessary steps.

Helping Non-Immigrants With Visa Concerns

There are a variety of visas that could be available for individuals who only wish to stay in the United States temporarily. Student visas, for example, can allow foreign students to enroll in American universities and education programs. Similarly, business travelers, tourists, and family members of legal U.S. residents are likely to require a visitor visa in order to gain entry into the country. Non-immigrant visas can also be used to facilitate temporary employment and to allow the oversight of investment and trade considerations.

Deportation and Removal

In addition to helping immigrants come to the United States legally, Ana M. Mencini & Associates, P.C. also provides experienced defense counsel to individuals who may be facing deportation or removal proceedings. Our team understands the challenges associated with possible deportation and the toll that the situation can take on you and your family. We will work hard to ensure that your rights and best interests are fully protected every step of the way.

Call 630-875-1700 Today

For more information about our firm and how we can help you and your family with the immigration process, contact our office. Call 630-875-1700 to schedule a confidential consultation with a member of our team today. We represent clients in Itasca, Bloomingdale, Roselle, Bensenville, Addison, Wood Dale, Rosemont, Elk Grove Village, Rolling Meadows, Cook County, DuPage County, and the surrounding areas.

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