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A History of Success
Immigration Law for Families
Reuniting families through family-based immigration is one of the great joys of practicing immigration law. At the Law Offices of Marjory Cajoux, we help clients obtain visas for their family members so they can enter the United States.
We advise and counsel citizens and legal permanent residents about their eligibility for a family-based immigrant visa. The principal types of visas are:
- Spouse (IR-1): of a U.S. Citizen - Learn More
- Unmarried Child (IR-2): Under 21 Years of Age of a U.S. Citizen
- Orphan (IR-3): adopted abroad by a U.S. Citizen - Learn More
- Orphan (IR-4): to be adopted in the U.S. by a U.S. citizen - Learn More
- Parent of a U.S. Citizen (IR-5): who is at least 21 years old
- Family First Preference (F1): Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their minor children, if any.
- Family Second Preference (F2): Spouses, minor children, and unmarried sons and daughters (age 21 and over) of LPRs.
- Family Third Preference (F3): Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children.
- Family Fourth Preference (F4): Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children, provided the U.S. citizens are at least 21 years of age.
- Fiancées (K1) of U.S. citizens to travel to the U.S. to get married
- Families of refugees (Visa 92/93)
We counsel clients about their options and show them that even though one pathway may be closed, another may be available. We work hard to reunite families whenever possible.
Immigration Law for Businesses
Visas can be confusing. Different visa categories with different eligibility criteria apply to various kinds of jobs, workers and reasons for entering the United States. We can explain the rules and regulations that apply to each of the different non-immigrant employment visas, and can help you understand the process for the particular visa that fits your circumstance. The types of visas we can help with include:
- Visas for people with bachelor's or advanced degrees who will be working in a specialty occupation, including H1-B visas for professional employees
- H-2 visas for non-immigrant unskilled workers in temporary or seasonal work
- B-1 visas allowing short-term entry for meetings, conferences, seminars or other events
- TN visas for Mexican or Canadian professionals with sponsors in the U.S. at the time of application
- L-1 visas for executives and managers transferring from other countries to United States' subsidiaries or regional offices of the employer corporation
- O - Visas for individuals with extraordinary abilities
- R - Visas for religious workers
Many companies wanting to transfer executives from other countries to the U.S. often find it difficult to get help in the current political climate. The Law Offices of Marjory Cajoux have a proven track record in making these things happen in a timely fashion.
"It is very important for an attorney or a law firm to be up-to-date with information in the immigration space as the possibility of success or failure of the case lies in a thin thread."
Our Immigration Experience
Immigration law has changed a lot recently, but The Law Offices of Marjory Cajoux do continuous research to keep up to date with all the latest requirements. Marjoury Cajoux battled her first case to victory in the late 90's. The events of 9/11 have changed the landscape since then and the regulations continue to get tougher. Through thorough analysis of the new laws, our offices continue to win the toughest cases.
The Law Offices of Marjory Cajoux partners with individuals and businesses who seek assistance in immigration for work, travel, leisure or family visits; companies and factories hiring managers, technicians and other candidates to work in the U.S.; students and artists looking to build a career, and other immigrants. Our firm goes above and beyond to ensure their clients are given justice in record time.
The Law Offices of Marjory Cajoux are committed to their clients and and strongly feel no individual or institution is insignificant and no case is too big or too hard to crack.