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K & G Law LLP - Immigration Lawyers in San Francisco, CA

K & G Immigration Law office located in Downtown San Francisco, California. We’re serving communities of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Alameda Counties in California. Helping everyone with immigration issues for best possible outcome.

We are offering full range of immigration legal solutions for individuals, family members, businesses, and investors. Special situations like Asylum / Refugees, DACA, VAWA, deportation defense and cancellation of removal from USA. Full scope of immigration and nationality law representation.

Nonimmigrant visas are granted to individuals who wish to enter the United States for a temporary stay, usually for a specific purpose. These visas typically fall under one of several categories, including family-based visas, visitor visas, exchange visas, and business visas.

Family-based visas allow for the entry of family members of U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents, while visitor visas are typically used for tourism, business, medical treatment, or other activities of a temporary nature.

Exchange visas are granted to individuals who are participating in an approved exchange program, while business visas are typically used by individuals who are coming to the U.S. to conduct business activities.

Long-term visas based on employment or business operations in the U.S. are also available and can be used by individuals who wish to work in the U.S. or start a business in the U.S. These visas are typically more difficult to obtain, and applicants must demonstrate that they have the necessary qualifications and experience to be able to work or operate a business in the U.S.

Marriage to a U.S. Citizen is one of the many family-based situations in which a foreign individual can obtain a visa or a green card. This type of application requires the U.S. citizen spouse to sponsor their foreign partner, and the application must be filed with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in order to receive approval.

Other family-based situations in which a foreign individual can obtain a visa or green card include sponsorship of a family member for a visa or green card. In this situation, a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family member must sponsor the foreign individual, and the application must be filed with the USCIS.

Additionally, there are other family-based situations that may be eligible for a visa or green card, such as a petition for an orphaned relative, a petition for aged-out children, or a petition for a fiancé/fiancée. In each situation, the application must be filed with the USCIS in order to receive approval.

Work permits for new immigrants or employers on visas are documents that allow individuals to work legally within a certain jurisdiction. These documents are typically issued by the local government, and often require a fee to be paid in order to obtain the permit.

Work permits generally set out the type of job the individual is authorized to do, the length of time the permit is valid for, and any restrictions or requirements imposed on the job. In some cases, employers may be required to provide additional documentation in order to prove that they are properly sponsoring the individual's work permit.

Adjustment of status refers to the process of changing a person's immigration status from one non-immigrant status to another, or from an undocumented or out-of-status status to a permanent resident (Green Card) or U.S. citizen status. This process is only available to those individuals who are already in the United States, and who are eligible to receive an immigrant visa or become a U.S. citizen through another route.

The process of adjustment of status involves submitting an adjustment of status application to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), attending an interview with an officer, and potentially having to attend a hearing with an immigration judge if the application is denied. After the application is approved, the individual will be granted permanent residence or U.S. citizenship.

Our law firm has many years of experience with business immigration and employment-based immigration cases. We are specializing in complex immigration processes, with the goal to help you became a green card holder.

When you in needs of one most experienced and trusted immigration law firms in San Francisco, look no further. We are here to help with reliable legal services in all areas of immigration law.

Our legal team speaks many languages – including Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, Polish, French, Ukrainian and Mandarin.

We’re open on Appointment-only basis - please give us call to schedule initial consultation with one of our immigration attorneys. Virtual consultations with immigration attorneys in San Francisco are also available during regular business hours (Skype, Facetime or Zoom).

Representing immigrant communities of San Francisco Bay Area with reliable legal service since 1989. Highly recommended by thousands of our satisfied clients and new permanent residents of United States.

Office hours: Mon-Fri (9am to 6pm), Sat/Sun (Closed)

Special hours: In rush or have urgent immigration legal assistance need? Virtual consultations (over Skype and Zoom) are available Mon-Sat – in most cases, same day consultations are possible. Give us a call to schedule an urgent consultation today.


465 California St, Suite 607

San Francisco, CA 94104

(650) 718-1800
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