Ready To Take On Your Immigration Issues, Step By Step

Guiding You Through The Complex Process Of Immigration

Becoming an American citizen is exciting no matter where your starting point is. However, it is also complicated and frustrating, with plenty of paperwork, roadblocks and bureaucracy. There may be a lot of in-depth interviews and comprehensive investigations. During all of this, the best thing you can do for yourself is to hire an immigration attorney who understands the fine details of immigration law and can provide you with the dedication and personalized plan you deserve.

I am Susan Saliba, and I founded my law firm, Susan Saliba, Attorney at Law, on the principle that people going through the immigration system deserve to have someone dedicated to their immigration goals.

Assistance With Visas And Green Cards

Visas are a critical tool for individuals, letting immigrants and their loved ones stay in the country temporarily and with a purpose in mind, such as employment. When you speak with me, we can discuss the multiple visa options that work best, including:

  • Employment visas, such as H1-B
  • Religious worker visas, such as R-1
  • Student visas for colleges around the Boston area
  • K-1 fiancé visas
  • J-1 exchange visas

I am also equipped to answer questions about extensions or changing your visa status if the situation arises.

Green cards are an option that denotes someone as a permanent resident of the United States and grants them many benefits of living here. While there are multiple options to obtain a green card, it is rarely an easy or short process and requires knowledge on the immigration process and the rules. If you have questions about qualifying, time frame or path to citizenship afterward, I will discuss these with you in-depth.

Your Path To Naturalization And Citizenship Is Achievable

I work with my clients on immigration matters related to family and employment. Since 2005, I have helped many take on drawn-out processes regarding their citizenship applications. I am committed to standing by your side and helping you take on your challenges.

While naturalization is a common way to get U.S. citizenship, there are many hurdles to that goal. Among those challenges you may be asked to prove or perform some of the following:

  • Proving you have a residence and physical presence within the country
  • Proving you have the ability to read, write and speak English
  • Possess an understanding of United States history and government
  • Knowing and abiding by rules set forth by the United States Constitution

What Are Your Immigration Goals?

Immigration is a difficult process with lots of nuances. I am available to help figure out what we need to do to realize your desires and ease your concerns about the process. Please reach out to my Dedham office by calling 781-742-7327 or get in touch by email, and we can set up a time to speak.