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The identity of visitors traveling into and out of the United States is now verified upon their legal arrival and departure. The new entry and exit procedures are in place to address the Department of Homeland Security's concern over security issues and terrorism.
 

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If you have an application receipt number, and current processing times for cases status filed with the USCIS, you can find the case status online.

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Clemment Law Office is a full-service immigration law firm located in Madison, Wisconsin. We practice all areas of Immigration Law and process all types of immigration applications. Our specialty is employment-based immigration. We help professionals, graduates, and workers obtain visas for employment in the United States.

We have experience working with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of Labor, the Department of State, the Department of Homeland Security, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Our staff is professional, polite and multi-lingual. We speak English, Spanish, Urdu and Hindi. In addition, we have translators available to assist with several other languages.

In addition to immigration, we and advise clients with immigration related issues in other areas of the law, such as business, tax, divorce, criminal, and international adoption.

What are the advantages of hiring an attorney?

Immigration requires much more than preparing and filing forms with the immigration service. The statutes are highly complex and the regulations are frequently changing. Attorneys have the education, training, and experience necessary to understand and interpret the immigration statutes and apply that knowledge to your case.

An attorney is able to determine the best course of action to take with your immigration matter, such as determining what to file, when to file, and which information to disclose. With each client, the attorney's advice may vary depending on the individual's situation and goals.

All consultations with an attorney are confidential and are protected by the attorney-client privilege, and the attorney is held to the highest standards of ethics among professionals.


   

 

 
 

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