The immigration law attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC are fully committed to helping you navigate the complex laws that govern immigration to the U.S. Our experienced attorneys lead you through the process of obtaining a visa, a green card, citizenship, or any other immigration benefit you, your relative, or your employee seeks. Because many immigration matters can be handled via mail, email, telephone, or videoconference, we’re able to assist people from around the globe.
Immigration law can impact any number of legal residency situations:
Whatever your immigration situation, you need a knowledgeable attorney who will handle your case with care and sensitivity.
Our attorneys provide a complete range of immigration legal services, including:
At Tully Rinckey, we’re especially aggressive in assisting individuals already living in the U.S. who may be concerned about deportation and removal from the country. If you or a family member is at risk, it’s important that you receive professional legal advice as soon as possible.
The attorneys at Tully Rinckey can help you with any legal immigration matter you may face, or we can protect your legal right to continue living in the U.S. Our goal is to provide quality, dependable representation at a reasonable price. We stand ready to fight for you.
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Many U.S. businesses rely on foreign-born citizens to complement their workforce, make important investments, participate on boards and offer consultation services. In such cases, the U.S. government typically requires a visa. Tully Rinckey PLLC immigration attorneys can help clients secure the proper visas for foreign workers, investors and entrepreneurs to help their businesses grow and prosper. We also represent businesses in matters of I-9 compliance and other audits or investigations by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the U.S. Department of Labor.
If you have been persecuted or fear persecution in your home country as a result of religion, political opinion, nationality, race, or membership in a particular social group, you may be entitled to apply for asylum in the United States. This is true whether you currently reside in the U.S. and have not been encountered by immigration authorities, or you are in removal proceedings and facing deportation. No matter your situation, you need an immigration law attorney who understands your situation and will work to secure asylum for you.
The laws governing citizenship and naturalization in the United States can be complex. Many individuals born outside the U.S. are entitled to citizenship based on the citizenship of their parents. In addition, immigrants to the U.S. may decide to pursue naturalization so that they can become citizens themselves.
Tully Rinckey PLLC understands the complexity of these laws, as well as the sensitive circumstances experienced by many people who are working to obtain citizenship. Our experienced immigration attorneys stand ready to provide you and your loved ones with aggressive representation throughout every level of our immigration system.
United States immigration law allows U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents to sponsor family members who wish to live in the U.S. Family immigration law can be complex, and the process of bringing relatives, spouses, and children to America can be lengthy.
The experienced immigration attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC understand the desire to be reunited with family. If you have family members who wish to join you in the U.S., we’re prepared to aggressively represent you and your family within the immigration system. We can also help adoptive parents apply for a green card on behalf of a minor child adopted from another country.
While many applications to immigrate to the United States are straightforward, some situations require special action due to previous violations or particular circumstances that make a seamless application impossible. An immigrant waiver allows a person to immigrate to the U.S. under different standards than those applied in normal cases.
The immigration attorneys at Tully Rinckey PLLC have experience in handling many different immigration cases, including those that require a waiver. Our capable attorneys stand ready to aggressively represent you and advocate for your rights during the entire immigration process.
Sometimes non-United States citizens wish to visit or work in the U.S. on a temporary basis, but may ordinarily be inadmissible due to previous criminal or immigration violations. In these cases, it may be possible to receive a nonimmigrant waiver, which allows the individual to enter the U.S. for a period of time.
The process of qualifying for a nonimmigrant waiver can be complex. At Tully Rinckey PLLC, our experienced immigration attorneys stand ready to provide you or a loved one with aggressive representation in this area of immigration law. We regularly work with clients all over the world, and can help you apply for a nonimmigrant waiver today.
The United States offers many different visa classifications. These range from the B-1 classification for business visitors to the K-3 family reunification visa. In between are visas for tourists, students, and victims of crime, and even visas for talented performing artists.
It can be difficult to know which sort of visa to apply for. At Tully Rinckey PLLC, our experienced attorneys stand ready to assist you in determining which visa or visas you, a loved one, or a business associate might qualify for. Once you’ve selected a visa, we can assist you throughout the entire application process. We work with clients around the world and can meet you at one of our offices or schedule an electronic meeting.
Sometimes the United States government seeks to remove an immigrant or nonimmigrant from the U.S., returning him or her to their home country. The reasons for immigration removal are varied and sometimes complex. In some cases, the person entered the U.S. illegally, has committed a crime, or has overstayed a visa.
The threat of removal from the U.S. is understandably distressing to both immigrants and their loved ones. At Tully Rinckey PLLC, we stand ready to provide compassionate yet aggressive representation for our clients. Depending on the circumstances, we may have a variety of options and strategies at our disposal, and may even be able to have an immigrant released from ICE custody to await a court hearing.
When you choose Tully Rinckey PLLC, you aren’t just assigned an attorney. Your legal matter will be cared for by our entire legal team and support staff. With offices throughout the country, coast to coast, we make sure you receive legal counsel and representation you can trust. A number of the partners in our firm have earned the highest possible ratings for their exceptional legal ability and high ethical standards, including the AV Preeminent peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell and top ratings from Avvo, Best Lawyers, and Super Lawyers.
At Tully Rinckey PLLC, our commitment to quality never ends. We listen to your legal concerns, counsel you on your legal issues and represent you in legal proceedings. Our already knowledgeable attorneys are continually learning more, developing their resources and honing their skills. We make ourselves accessible to you at every turn, committing to be your long-term legal partner.
Our client-centered process is all about communication. During consultations, we teach clients about legal challenges they face and explain options available from their current position. Our attorneys explain how we resolve legal issues for the best possible outcome. We define what the expectations are, create manageable deadlines, and discover evidence to support claims.
Tully Rinckey PLLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned law firm founded by military veterans Mathew B. Tully and Greg T. Rinckey, and now employs attorneys who are veterans of the Armed Forces. The military ranks and roles of our attorneys range from a Brigadier General, former Judge Advocates of all Officer ranks, and attorneys who have served as enlisted and Non-Commissioned Officers. The principles of the U.S. military carry over into how we operate our firm. These include leadership, character, technical and tactical proficiency, strong communication skills, seeking and taking responsibility, understanding assignments, choosing the right people for the job, and teamwork.
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