Find an Immigration Lawyer
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
Do You Need Help With an Immigration or Citizenship Issue?
Whether you have lived in America for 20 years as a "green card" holder and would like to become a U.S. citizen, are currently a citizen who would like to bring a loved one to the U.S., or are a foreign national living abroad who seeks to come to America for employment, legal issues in the field of immigration and citizenship can be diverse and complex. Anyone faced with an actual or potential immigration or citizenship issue should discuss the situation and all available options with an immigration attorney.
Especially in cases where deportation is possible or admission to the U.S. may be denied if things go wrong, having an immigration attorney on your side is an important step you can take to protect your legal rights and ensure the best possible outcome.
How an Immigration Attorney Can Help
No matter what type of issue you are facing, an immigration attorney can take action on your behalf -- such as collecting necessary records, preparing documents, researching the law, planning legal strategy, conferring with government agencies, and attending any hearings or court proceedings in your immigration case -- all while focused upon meeting your immigration and citizenship goals. Your attorney will be on your side to represent your best interests and address your concerns at every step of your case, and to ensure that your rights are fully assessed and protected.
Finding an Immigration Attorney
To find an immigration lawyer or law firm to help with your citizenship or immigration issue, use the FindLaw Lawyer Directory. To get started, go to the "Find a Lawyer" box near the upper left corner of this page. You can also find an immigration law attorney near you here.
You Don’t Have To Solve This on Your Own – Get a Lawyer’s Help
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
Contact a qualified immigration attorney to help you get the best results possible.