Immigration has long been a controversial political topic in America. But behind the political talk there are millions of hardworking people trying to build better lives for themselves and their families - not to mention a country that needs the labor, talents and investments of immigrants.

At the Law Office of Sheri Bryce Dye, we have a thorough understanding of U.S. immigration laws and how to effectively utilize them for our clients. Regardless of your specific goals, we will strive to help you meet them fully and efficiently.

Offering A Variety of Immigration Legal Services

Our firm helps clients seeking to live and work in the United States, including those working toward obtaining citizenship. Our services include advice and guidance on matters such as:

Family-based immigration: As a citizen, permanent resident, or refugee/asylee, you can petition to bring family members to the United States and help them obtain an immigrant visa. The type of relative you are able to sponsor will depend on your own residency/citizenship status. We can help you determine your options and fill out the necessary paperwork.

Work visas: There are a variety of visas that allow you to travel to and work in the United States, including the H-1B, the L-1, the O-1, the E-1 and the TN. The type of visa you'll need will depend on the type of skills you have or the type of work you'll be doing. Our firm works with both immigrants and employers to help facilitate the process of obtaining work visas.

Citizenship applications: Applying for citizenship is a very involved process with many requirements. In addition to passing a U.S. history and government test, you must also demonstrate good moral character, allegiance to the U.S., and proficiency in English. You must also hold a green card and meet certain residency requirements. We will work with you to carefully document all the aspects of your citizenship application to give you the best chance of approval of your application.

Green cards: Officially known as a I-551 card or a "Lawful Permanent Resident Card," a green card allows you to permanently live and work in the U.S. It does not confer all the rights of citizenship, but it is an important step on the path to citizenship. Working with a skilled attorney is a good investment that could make it easier to become a permanent resident.

Discuss Your Options For Free With An Experienced Lawyer

The Law Office of Sheri Bryce Dye is located in San Antonio, Texas and serves clients throughout the surrounding area. To get your immigration questions answered in a free initial consultation, call us at 210-951-2655 or send us an email.