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Why Shoreline Immigration?
Providing outstanding customer service is our highest priority at Shoreline Immigration. We strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for each of our clients.
Our experienced lawyers are dedicated to providing straightforward assessments of case outcomes, fees, and processing times, so you’re never left guessing.
You can count on our immigration attorneys to provide honest, professional advice that you can rely on throughout your immigration journey.
There are many ways that someone may come to the US, from visitor visas for short term stays, to long-term student visas. There are also various immigration or possible citizenship paths that some individuals can qualify for, including investor or business opportunities and/or family immigration options. There are additional options for asylum seekers and/or refugees. Contact us to discuss your options.
Yes, in many cases, immigration legal assistance is available even if you are outside of the United States. Many visas and associated processes are carried out in your home country. Some immigration processes must be carried out outside of the country. Shoreline Immigration provides US immigration support to global clients. Contact us to see how we can support your immigration needs.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the agency that handles most naturalization and immigration processes. USCIS is part of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In addition to USCIS, there are two additional agencies under the DHS umbrella, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and Customs and Border Protection (CBP). For most individuals seeking visas or applying for various immigration related benefits or services, USCIS will be the primary agency they will engage. However, some immigration matters are, or can become, the domain of ICE or CBP. Our attorneys at Shoreline Immigration will clearly explain the agencies and departments that will handle your case processes, consult us for more information on your case.