Immigration, Nationality & Consular
Immigration, Nationality, and Consular Law Firm Serving Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC and nationwide
Shulman Rogers' Immigration, Nationality & Consular Practice Group provides clients with employment and family-based naturalization, consular and litigation immigration services. Clients include technology, start-up and emerging growth companies, as well as large corporations, small businesses and non-profit organizations, in a wide range of immigration matters. Clients turn to us when engaged in the domestic and international transfer of foreign personnel, including executives, managers, and other highly skilled professionals.
We offer our corporate clients a full array of employment-based immigration legal services including both Immigrant Visas (greencards) and Nonimmigrant (temporary) Visas. Shulman Rogers provides its businesses with legal services related to conducting due diligence and risk assessment for immigration purposes, including I-9 Employment Compliance/Employer Sanctions and the unique immigration issues raised by Mergers and Acquisitions and other forms of corporate restructuring with regard to the employment of foreign personnel.
Shulman Rogers also successfully represents individuals of extraordinary and exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, education, business and athletics, as well as individuals seeking to unite with family members.
NATURALIZATION LEGAL SERVICES
After obtaining permanent residence, individuals may elect to pursue U.S. citizenship through naturalization. U.S. residence and physical presence are required for varying periods of time depending upon how one obtained his or her greencard in order to qualify. Other criteria affect one's eligibility for naturalization often making the process more complex than initially apparent.
OUR PRACTICE PHILOSOPHY
Meticulous attention to detail, creative problem solving and a result-oriented focus are hallmarks of Shulman Rogers' Immigration, Nationality & Consular Practice Group. We think the most effective way to deal with a problem is to prevent the problem before it occurs. Careful planning and foundation building at the initiation of a case ensures a smooth process on the track to the desired result.
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