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Immigration Law

EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION LAW

The Law Office of Nathan Earwood offers experienced legal guidance to employers navigating through the complex and always changing employment-based immigration laws. We represent Western North Carolina employers and guide you through an employee’s path to permanent residence. Serving Waynesville, Asheville, and Sylva businesses.

EB-1

Individuals with extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, and certain multinational executives and managers.

EB-2

Workers holding advanced degrees, persons of exceptional ability, and national interest waivers.

EB-3

Skilled workers, professionals, and other workers.

EB-4

Special immigrants, including ministers and religious workers.

EB-5

Investors who create employment by investing capital and/or creating employment in U.S. commercial enterprises.

FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION LAW

U.S. Citizens can petition for permanent residence (commonly known as a green card) for certain family members with preference given to spouses and minor children. Permanent residency is an important step on the road to U.S. citizenship and The Law Office of Nathan Earwood can help ease your journey in Haywood, Jackson, Swain, and Buncombe Counties.

 

Immediate Family Member Visas

Spouses of U.S. Citizens, unmarried children (under 21 years of age) of a U.S. Citizen, Orphans adopted in the U.S. by a U.S. Citizen, and Parents of a U.S. Citizen who is at least 21 years of age.

Family Preference Immigrant Visas

Unmarried Children of U.S. Citizens (F1); Spouses, Minor Children, and Unmarried Children of Lawful Permanent Residents (F2); Married Children of U.S. Citizens (F3); and Siblings of U.S. Citizens (F4).

Fiancé Visas

U.S. Citizens with intentions to marry and within 90 days after the foreign fiancé enters the U.S.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Renewals (DACA)

Young individuals under 16 years of age at time of entry to the U.S. may be eligible for DACA renewal.

USCIS may pose cut-offs each year when a particular visa is oversaturated. Therefore, a visa is available when your priority date (the date your petition is filed) is earlier than the cut-off date for your preference category shown in the Visa Bulletin provided by the U.S. Department of State. These dates are constantly changing and need frequent review.

 

Please contact us with all your immigration related questions.