When considering your immigration options in regard to Nebraska, there are two primary categories: business and family. MozÓn, Guerra & Associates, attorneys at law, will help you determine the difference between each so you can decide which is best for your situation.

If you’re looking into business immigration, it’s likely because you’re involved in a business opening within the United States that needs to bring workers in from overseas, or you are an overseas worker yourself who is intending on working in another country. Many times, these non-immigrant visas only last for a certain number of years. Some people may plan on staying in their new country for just a year or two. However, there are instances in which your work stay may be extended and you could be there for much longer.

Family immigration involve visas that you’re trying to secure for loved ones who aren’t already citizens of the United States. This can either be a sibling, child, or parent in terms of direct family members. It also applies to a fiancé, if you plan to wed someone who is not a citizen. It’s also possible to apply for citizenship following obtaining a family visa. This allows family members of a U.S. citizen to stay in the country and become a citizen themselves.

If you would like to know more about the immigration process and what you should expect for your respective circumstances, consider visiting our web page on immigration law. Regardless of what your situation is, you’ll be able to find a visa that is right for you.