Providing results-driven U.S.A Immigration services
Individuals wishing to move to the United States for work or personal reasons will quickly discover how challenging the process can be without guidance from a trusted legal expert. YA Law Corporation conducts a comprehensive assessment for each individual to help make the transition a smooth one.
We navigate our clients around the globe through a process that is extremely challenging without legal expertise. We provide the following U.S. immigration services.
Temporary Immigration via Employment
TN Status – professionals who are citizens of Canada or Mexico
B1 visas – business visitors
E-1 visas – managers and executives of companies that conduct most of their business with the U.S.
E-2 visas – managers and executives of companies that invest a substantial amount of capital in the U.S.
O visas – persons with extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, business, athletics, or education
P visas – athletes and entertainers
L-1 visas – Intracompany Transferees
Permanent Immigration (Green Card)
EB-1 visas – persons of extraordinary ability
EB-2 visas – holders of advanced degrees and required experience
EB-5 visas – investors and employment creators
Green Card – through family members
K-1 visa – fiancé/fiancée of U.S. citizens
Waivers of Inadmissibility
A foreign national may be inadmissible to the U.S. due to health-related grounds, criminal grounds, and several other categories. If you are inadmissible to the United States, you must have a United States Waiver of Inadmissibility.
If you have been denied a visa to the United States or are concerned that you might be, contact us for a consultation to review your situation. Our U.S. immigration lawyer has extensive experience helping Canadians overcome inadmissibility issues.
“I retained Homa to help me with my USA Waiver. I had a few encounters with the law a few years ago. When I was crossing the border between Canada to the USA, I was stopped and turned back with a few papers given to me by the CBP officer and letting me know that I have been found inadmissible due to my past actions. I visited her, and she gave me instructions, and within a few months, I received a positive Waiver and could travel to the USA. She is an excellent lawyer.“