Nebraska Immigration and Naturalization Attorneys
Monzon Law, P.C., L.L.O., in Lincoln, Nebraska is dedicated to providing individuals and businesses with strong, vigorous representation in their immigration and naturalization matters.
Our law office is a full service and comprehensive U.S Immigration and Naturalization Law practice. Our practice areas include:
Immigrant Visas (Permanent Resident Cards):
- Family-Sponsored Immigration (Spousal Visas)
- Employment-Related Immigration
- Refugee and Asylum
- Diversity Lottery Visas
Nonimmigrant Visas (Temporary Visas):
- Temporary Workers
- Student Visas
- Fiancé Visas
- Tourists and Business Visitors
- Intracompany Transfer Visas
- Religious Workers Visas
Removal Defense (Deportation)
If you, a family member, business associate or a friend wishes to enter or remain in the U.S. legally for work or school, temporarily or permanently, we encourage you to consult with or refer them to our office. The initial consultation is always free. All information given to us is always confidential, and law prohibits us from disclosing it to others.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Hire an Immigration Attorney?
Under immigration laws or regulations, you have the right to hire an attorney to prepare almost any immigration work and represent you in almost any immigration matter. The immigration process could be one of the most important events in an individual’s life. It can be a stressful and confusing time, commonly complicated by three different Government agencies. Many people turn to the web as a source of information to represent themselves, however, everybody’s situation is unique and many times the advice given on the Internet is wrong or the forms downloaded or sent are incomplete. Even if they are successful retrieving adequate advice, their lack of experience could lead to mistakes that could have disastrous effects that may not be fixable. It is important to remember that everyone’s case is different and looked at individually. What works for somebody else’s situation may not work for you and could possible make your situation worse. Immigration laws, regulations and procedures are complex and constantly changing. It is often difficult to select and complete the correct forms and file it with all of the required supporting documents at the proper Department of Homeland Security (DHS) office. An attorney that focuses in immigration has the training, tools, experience and continuing education to keep up to speed on the latest changes in immigration laws, regulations and procedures.
What can my immigration attorney do for me?
Your attorney can advise you on the immigration options available to you, help you understand the benefits available to you, organize and file the right paperwork, can be present with you at most Department of Homeland Security (DHS) interviews, serve as your advocate, appeal an unfavorable decision by DHS and go to court, if necessary to argue in your favor.
How much will hiring an immigration attorney cost?
Fees are calculated on an individual basis and depend on the particular type of benefit or visa that you are seeking, the complexity of the case, and the amount of hours that will be dedicated to your immigration matter.
What information should I give to my attorney?
It is extremely important that the information that you give your attorney is accurate and complete. Your lawyer needs to know the entire situation in order to do a good job for you, even if you think that the truth might hurt your case. Your attorney needs to have all the facts to help you reach your goals.