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Written by AskTheLawyers.com™ on behalf of Montana Thompson with Phillips Law Group.
Immigration to the United States can be a daunting and complicated process, but many people find that becoming a United States citizen is well worth the hassle. The immigration process has many steps, but beginning the process is arguably the most important part. If you run into any difficulties that might complicate the immigration process, or if you simply want help from the start of the process, reach out to an immigration attorney. These attorneys are well-versed in the laws that might otherwise be difficult to understand and know the immigration process inside and out.
This is a timely process but fairly straightforward in many cases. However, there are a variety of factors that could complicate this otherwise simple process. If you have already been denied a visa, issued a deportation order, or have submitted an incomplete application, completing the immigration process can be extremely difficult.
For any of the issues discussed above, and for issues such as adjusting immigration status or establishing a valid U.S. marriage, a filer will likely find that having an immigration attorney on their side makes all the difference. Immigration laws can be difficult to understand in the best of scenarios, when other factors are complicating the process it can feel almost impossible.
Additionally, due to the long waiting periods which occur during much of the immigration process, it is particularly important to submit the necessary material correctly the first time and to avoid any potential pitfalls which could stand in the way of a smooth transition to citizenship. To learn more about the immigration process or for help becoming a U.S. citizen, reach out to an experienced immigration attorney.
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