United States immigration law consists of complex and constantly changing federal rules, procedures, and legal precedents. As a result, foreign nationals seeking to enter the U.S., or U.S. citizens and companies seeking to bring someone into the U.S., are often unaware of the variety of ways in which one can obtain lawful status in the United States.

This section of our website provides a brief summary of certain areas in U.S. immigration law, including immigrant and non-immigrant visas, waivers of inadmissibility, citizenship, compliance with federal law, and other services we offer.