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Bartlesville Immigration Attorney

The Persaud Law Office can help you with immigration law. If you would like to become a U.S. citizen, or would like to adjust your immigration status, or would like to bring a relative or employee to the United States, or would like to be legally admitted into the United States, we can help you.

Immigration law is very complicated and extensive. This is only a brief outline.

Immigration law touches on the following issues:

  • Who is a U.S. citizen

  • Who may become a U.S. citizen

  • Which non-citizens may enter the U.S., and how long they can stay here

  • Which non-citizens may work in the U.S.

  • Which non-citizens must leave the U.S.

In the world of immigration law, each person has an immigration “status.” Almost all
persons physically in the United States (and many persons outside of the United States)
fall under one of the following statuses:

  • U.S. Citizens

  • Lawful Permanent Residents

  • Asylees and Refugees

  • Nonimmigrants

  • Temporary Humanitarian Categories

  • Undocumented Persons

Each status has different rights, restrictions and benefits.

Articles on Immigration Law from the Bartlesville Law Blog

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