Immigration is one of the primary focuses of Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. We have been practicing immigration law for 20 years. One of the primary reasons for our commitment to this practice area is Mr. Geygan's own experiences with his family in this area. For more information on that see our about us section.
Immigration law is said to be the second most complicated law in the United States and is certainly one of the fastest changing laws. If you are looking for a firm with decades of success and a personal connection to immigration law, please contact us.
Areas of Immigration Law
This section of the website explains how you may petition for relatives (or future relatives such as a fiancé(e) or a prospective adopted child) to immigrate to the United States. This section also contains information on the process to maintain your immigration status.
You may be eligible to come to the United States based on an offer of employment. Most permanent residence categories require an employer to get a labor certification and then file a Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, for you. There are also non-immigrant work visas available.
This selection of potential visa options for foreign business owners. The non-immigrant visa options may allow foreign business owners to explore or start a new business in the United States. The immigrant visa paths may allow foreign entrepreneurs who have already started or will start a new business enterprise in the United States to immigrate permanently to the United States.
Naturalization is the manner in which a person not born in the United States voluntarily becomes a U.S. citizen. In this section, you will find information on eligibility requirements, the naturalization process and test
If you are inadmissible to the United States and are seeking an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigrant statuses or certain other immigration benefits, this section discusses several types of waivers .
I-212 Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal
I-601 Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility
I-601A Application for Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver
I-192 Application for Advance Permission to Enter as a Nonimmigrant
The Department of Justice's Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) administers the nation's immigration court system. EOIR primarily decides whether foreign-born individuals, who are charged by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with violating immigration law, should be ordered removed from the United States or should be granted relief or protection from removal and be permitted to remain in this country.