Having Trouble Obtaining Your Visa? Our Firm Can Help.

The immigration process is not a simple one. Every year millions of a people apply for visas in the hopes that they will be able to come to the United States and live a better life. As a result of minor errors, mistakes, confusions, misunderstandings, lack of proper documentation or a basic failure to meet necessary qualifications, many of these people will have their visa applications denied. Most of them will have no idea when or if they will be able to apply again. Without an aggressive immigration lawyer to represent their interests and help them seek a workable resolution to their immigration issues, some people may attempt to gain unlawful entry into the states in the hopes that they will be able to keep their dreams and aspirations alive. In many cases, this will only lead to further immigration troubles and serious legal complications.

Our Cleveland immigration law firm represents clients from all over the world. We have more than 50 years combined legal experience and with a former Deputy Chief of Investigations for the Immigration and Naturalization Service heading up our legal team, we have a level of knowledge and skill that few other immigration law firms can provide. Our clients come to us seeking representation as we have a long track record of being able to help clients resolve their immigration issues.

It does not matter what type of visa you want to apply for, whether you need a non-immigrant visa or you want to seek permanent resident status, we understand how frustrating and confusing the immigration process can be. We also know that those who have had immigration troubles in the past, are facing unlawful presence violations now or who have recently been deported, deserve to have skilled legal counsel advocating for their rights. Call a Cleveland immigration lawyer at Brown Immigration Law today so that we can have one of our attorneys review your current immigration status, advise you of your legal options and help you determine your next course of action. In most cases there is a successful resolution to be had, so let us help you achieve the positive outcome you seek.

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