Providing Services To Clients From Anywhere In The World.
Immigration law is almost always changing, becoming stricter each time. For someone to attempt to apply for a nonimmigrant visa or immigrant status on their own will most likely cause more damage than benefit. This can cause their cases to be denied. The errors and incorrect information they provided in their applications are permanently saved in their files. Additionally, all this is readily available for analysis and possible denial in their next nonimmigrant/immigrant requests. This is why it is crucial to team up with a competent attorney to help you with your immigration matters. Have Tuli Law Firm represent you in your immigration case.
Attorney Sanjana Tuli personally went through the immigration process and became a naturalized U.S. citizen. This is why Tuli Law Firm can easily relate to their immigration clients and their concerns.
We aim to address our clients' queries and even address issues that develop while our clients' cases are pending. Moreover, we make it a point to be upfront with our clients and to disclose all known possible concerns. Our clients have the rights to know the obstacles they may face instead of being falsely led to believe that their cases will be issue-free. We work diligently for our clients so that they do not have to face the complexities and complications of their immigration cases alone. We even keep our rates affordable so that our clients can better focus on themselves.
We offer our services to anyone anywhere in the world. We are able to help anyone who is interested in applying for a visa or for U.S. citizenship but who is unable to visit our Texas location. Call us today for more information.
Asylum (Affirmative and Defensive)
VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) (This applies to men as well.)
U Visa (Victim of Criminal Activity)
T Visa (Victim of Human Trafficking)
Removal of Conditions
Adjustment of Status
Waivers for Grounds of Inadmissibility
Waiver for Provisional Unlawful Presence
NIW (National Interest Waiver)
EB-1(a) (Alien of Extraordinary Ability)
EB-1(b) (Outstanding Professors/Researchers)
EB-1(c) (Multinational Manager or Executive)
PERM Labor Certification
EB-2 Based on PERM (Advanced Degree)
EB-3 Based on PERM (Professionals, Skilled Workers)
EB-4 (Certain Religious Workers)
EB-5 (Investor Visa)
Green Card Renewals
Derivative Citizenship of Children
Replacement of Certificate of Naturalization
B1/B2 (Tourist/Business Visitor)
Change of Status
E-1 (Treaty Trader)
E-2 (Treaty Investor)
Extension of Stay
H-1B (Specialty Occupation)
R-1 Visa (Temporary Nonimmigrant Religious Worker)
TN Visa (TN NAFTA Professionals)
Change of Status
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
Request for Evidence (RFE)
Deportation and Removal Proceedings
Response for Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)