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Skilled Green Card Attorneys in Beaumont, TX

HELPING IMMIGRANTS OBTAIN LEGAL RESIDENCY SINCE 2007

Being granted a green card by the United States can drastically change your life, as well as the lives of your family members. If you or your loved one would like to obtain legal residency, our experienced Beaumont, TX green card lawyers can help. Since 2007, Wendler Law Group has been providing quality legal counsel to individuals and families seeking residency or citizenship. We are always up-to-date on the latest immigration laws and policies and are dedicated to furthering our legal education for the benefit of our clients. Our law firm focuses almost exclusively on immigration law, and we always keep the best interests of our clients at the forefront.

If you need assistance applying for a green card, contact us at (409) 923-9529 to schedule your consultation with our team.

WHAT IS A GREEN CARD?

If you live outside of the United States and wish to become a legal resident of this country, you have likely heard the term “green card.” Simply put, a green card is a permanent resident card that establishes your legal immigration status in the United States. At Wendler Law Group, our Beaumont green card attorneys have extensive experience helping foreigners apply for legal residency.

As a U.S. resident, a green card can afford you the following:

Guarantees certain rights while you live in the United States

Holds you accountable to certain responsibilities while you live in this country

Is necessary in order to become a naturalized citizen of the United States

For more information about the green card application process, it’s wise to seek the counsel of a dedicated Beaumont green card attorney. The team at Wendler Law Group can guide you through the application process, helping you understand the requirements, paperwork, interview process, and more. We offer weekend and evening appointments, as well as Spanish-speaking legal services.

GREEN CARD RENEWAL

To determine the documents and filing fees you are required to submit to support your case, the first step is to have a clear understanding of the reason behind your green card renewal:

To remain a permanent resident:

If you fall under the category family-based conditional permanent resident, you must file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence (during the 90 days before the card expires).

You’ve lost or suspect your green card was stolen.

You for some reason were issued a green card that does not specify an expiration date and you would like to replace it.

Your card was issued with incorrect data (name, DOB, issued date) due to USCIS administrative error.

You were issued a 10-year green card prior to turning 14, and the green card will not expire before your 16th birthday.

At Wendler Law Group, we’re experienced in dealing with sensitive immigration matters. Our law firm has been around since 2007, helping the community with an array of pressing immigration concerns. If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime and needs legal assistance, contact us as soon as possible. We offer outstanding criminal immigration representation, as well as criminal defense services for our clients.

Let us help you get your green card! Call us today at (409) 923-9529 for reliable legal counsel and strong representation.

TURN TO ONE OF THE ONLY FIRMS IN THE AREA THAT FOCUSES EXCLUSIVELY ON IMMIGRATION MATTERS.