Lawful Permanent Residency

U.S. immigration laws are complex, and officials in the immigration bureaucracy are not always helpful. An experienced Michigan immigration attorney can help you navigate the system and expedite the green card approval process.

At Stacer, PLC, we provide efficient and cost-effective services to help visa holders obtain lawful permanent residency in the U.S. We are experienced, knowledgeable about the ever-changing U.S. immigration laws and diligent in seeking results for our clients.

If you already hold a temporary visa, such as an L-1, H-1, H-2, E-1 or E-2 visa, we can help you. Contact us online today for a free initial consultation about your case.

Comprehensive Immigration Advice and Services

Our firm can handle all aspects of your green card application. This will include preparation of your application and supporting documents, follow-up with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and other matters relating to your application. Our lawyer, Andrew Stacer, will respond quickly to your visa matter and keep you informed as the process moves forward.

Stacer, PLC, provides rapid turnaround and results-oriented visa services.

Achieving Your Immigration Goal

You may be tempted to pursue your visa application yourself. But you should remember that a single mistake or omission on your application or supporting documents can lead to significant delays, rejections or denials. Stacer, PLC, has extensive experience in permanent visa matters and works diligently to get everything right the first time, to avoid needless delays. Put our experience to work for you.

A criminal arrest or conviction can put your immigration status at risk. In some cases, it may be possible to resolve the matter in such a way that allows your green card application to move forward. Stacer, PLC, will provide vigorous criminal defense representation for you.

Contact Our Attorney If You Have Questions Concerning Immigration Status

Contact us online for a free initial consultation with a Michigan lawful permanent residency attorney.