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Processing Immigrant Visas Through American Consulates Overseas

Obtaining a visa from an American Consulate or Embassy is referred to as Consular Processing and requires a face-to-face interview with an officer in the foreign national’s home country or region. Frequently, individuals and sponsoring employers rush into the application process without fully understanding the issues regarding criminal record evaluation, inadmissibility and waivers that may be required.

Decades Of Experience With Consular Processing

David Hirson & Partners, LLP, is recognized internationally for our individualized, hands-on experience helping people through the consular processing application steps. We know the mistakes people make and foresee the pitfalls that can hold up the application process.

Starting with an initial review of circumstances and an explanation of successful strategies, we will prepare the required immigrant petition with the USCIS. Upon approval, we follow the application through the National Visa Center (NVC) and make sure no steps are missed by the applicant, including paying timely fees and submitting the appropriate documents required before an interview with a consular officer.

We Know The Steps, So You Don’t Have To

Before you start taking steps toward consular processing, it makes sense to talk to a law firm that has helped thousands successfully obtain a visa. From our offices in Costa Mesa, California, and Seattle, Washington, we represent clients in U.S. immigration law across the nation and around the world.

We Represent Clients Nationwide And Around The World

Contact Us To Learn More

Call David Hirson & Partners, LLP, in Costa Mesa, California at 949-441-4003 or our Seattle, Washington, office at 206-926-3973 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our immigration attorneys today.

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