How Long Does It Take To Get A Visa?

If you are planning to visit the United States, either on a temporary or permanent basis, you may wondering how long it will take before you are able to get your visa. There are many different types of visas issued by the United States government. Your reason for coming to the U.S., the type of visa you are applying for, the length of time it will take to gather the required documentation and the accuracy of your application will all have an impact on how long it will take for you to get your visa. Once the necessary paperwork has been compiled and your application has been submitted, it will then be up to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to process it according to their internal case processing guidelines.

Hiring a skilled immigration attorney to help you with your visa application will significantly improve your chances of being able to obtain your visa within a reasonable period of time. We have more than 5 decades of immigration law experience and has spent time working on both sides of the immigration system. This has given us a unique insight into how immigration cases are likely to progress. Using this information, we are often able to anticipate potential problems and take measures to prevent any unnecessary delays. We handle all different types of immigration cases from the most basic to the most complex and we are committed to giving each case the personalized attention it deserves.

When you use our immigration legal services, you can trust that we will work hard to help you get your visa as quickly as possible, and we are often able to expedite the process. An Orlando immigration attorney from our firm can help you determine the correct type of visa for your current situation and guide you through the immigration process. Once your application has been submitted, we will continue to check the status of your case until a response is received. Call Brown Immigration Law now to get the visa process started.

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