Klingner Jazayerli LLP is a Washington D.C. law firm providing representation on U.S. immigration law matters to individuals and businesses located anywhere in the United States, and throughout the world.
Experienced in serving our clients with a full range of immigration law services, we assist and represent our clients in obtaining U.S. immigrant (permanent) and nonimmigrant (temporary) visas including:
Permanent Immigrant Visas for U.S. Residency:
U.S. citizens can sponsor their parents, spouses, children and siblings for U.S. lawful permanent residency. And U.S. lawful residents can sponsor their spouses and children for U.S. lawful permanent residency.
- Employment First Preference (E1): Priority Worker and Persons of Extraordinary Ability.
- Employment Second Preference (E2): Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability.
- Employment Third Preference (E3): Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers (Other Workers).
- Employment Fourth Preference (E4): Certain Special Immigrants.
Employment Fifth Preference (E5): Immigrant Investor visa for capital investment by foreign investors in new commercial enterprises in the United States which provide job creation.
Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visas to the U.S.
Nonimmigrant Visas for Temporary Employment in the United States:
Categories of Temporary Employment visas:
- E Visas – Treaty Investor or Trader
- H Visas - Professional workers
- I Visas – Foreign Media employees
- L Visas – Intracompany transfers
- P Visa - Individuals of extraordinary ability
- O Visas- Entertainers and Athletes
A student visa is required to study in the United States. The F1 visa is the most common type of student visa. It is given to students attending an SEVP-approved school. And the first step to obtaining an F1 student visa is to apply to and enroll in a SEVP-approved school in the United States. To maintain legal F1 visa status, students must be enrolled full-time and must attend all classes.
Naturalization to U.S. Citizen
U.S. Citizenship through naturalization is granted to a foreign citizen or national after he or she fulfills the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).