Helping Clients With Visas, Green Cards and Citizenship Issues

Shelby County Immigration Lawyer

Attorneys For Help With Visas, Green Cards, and Citizenship In Memphis, TN

People come to the United States from countries around the world for a variety of reasons, including to work, to live with family, or to seek asylum when they are in danger. Navigating the laws that govern how and when a person is allowed to legally enter the U.S. can be difficult, and understanding the forms that must be filed and the procedures that must be followed often requires the assistance of an experienced legal advocate.

At Douglass & Runger, Attorneys at Law, our Tennessee immigration lawyers assist individuals, families, and employers with a wide variety of legal issues, including applying for visas, adjusting status, and obtaining citizenship. With our knowledge and experience in immigration law, we can answer your questions and protect your rights throughout the immigration process.

  • Family-Based Immigration

    Families who are separated by international borders will want to take every possible action to remain together. We assist U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (Green Card holders) with obtaining visas for spouses, children, and other family members, and we help resolve issues with inadmissibility. Learn More
  • Employment-Based Immigration

    The United States provides people with many opportunities to earn an income, but foreign citizens must typically obtain a temporary work visa before doing so. We help employers and employees obtain H visas for specialty and seasonal workers, NAFTA TN visas for citizens of Canada and Mexico, and L visas for intracompany transfers. Learn More
  • Asylum and Removal Defense

    People who are under threat of removal (deportation) from the United States may apply for asylum if they are in danger of persecution in their home country. We assist with applying for defensive or affirmative asylum, requesting Cancellation of Removal, or appealing the decisions made in immigration court. Learn More
  • Investor Visas

    Foreign citizens who wish to make investments or start new businesses in the U.S. must meet certain requirements. We help investors obtain E visas, including creating business plans that demonstrate a business's viability. Learn More
  • Visas for People With Extraordinary Abilities

    Athletes, artists, performers, scientists, educators, and businesspeople with a high level of achievement or international recognition may be eligible to work in the U.S. on a temporary basis. We work with individuals or groups and their potential employers to obtain O visas and P visas. Learn More
  • I-9 Audits

    U.S. employers must demonstrate that their employees are authorized to work in the United States by maintaining I-9 forms. We assist companies with investigations by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), helping them achieve compliance, correct issues, and avoid civil or criminal penalties. Learn More
  • Visas for Religious Workers

    Foreign citizens may be eligible to enter the United States and work in a religious occupation such as minister or priest. We help religious organizations and workers obtain R visas, including gathering the documentation to demonstrate tax-exempt status. Learn More
  • Becoming a Citizen

    Green Card holders, spouses of U.S. citizens, and people who have served in the United States military may be eligible for citizenship through naturalization. We assist with meeting the requirements and completing the tests to become a U.S. citizen. Learn More
  • Requesting Records

    Immigration records and other documents which are kept on file by government agencies can often assist in resolving immigration issues. We can help file Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to obtain these documents from USCIS, CBP, ICE, or other agencies. Learn More
  • Visas for Victims of Serious Crimes

    Undocumented immigrants who have been the victim of a crime such as sexual assault, kidnapping, or domestic violence may be eligible for a visa which will allow them to stay in the United States. We assist victims with obtaining U visas and cooperating with law enforcement. Learn More
  • Family Law and Estate Planning for Immigrants

    Undocumented immigrants and temporary visitors should be able to resolve legal issues and provide for their families without fear of being detained or deported. We work with families to help them resolve issues related to divorce, child custody, asset protection, and power of attorney, ensuring that their rights are protected. Learn More

Contact a Memphis Immigration Attorney

Immigration law is complex, and when you need to determine the best steps to take to obtain a visa, pursue citizenship, avoid removal, or resolve any other immigration issues, it is crucial to have an experienced attorney on your side. At Douglass & Runger, Attorneys at Law, we can help you meet your requirements, protect your rights, and guide you through the immigration process as smoothly as possible. Contact our immigration lawyers today by calling 901-388- 5805.

2820 Summer Oaks Drive,
Bartlett TN, 38134
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