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Beaverton Immigration Attorney
The Musil Law Firm serves the Beaverton area from its downtown Portland Immigration Office.
Trying to figure out US Immigration laws can be one of the most daunting projects for even the most detail oriented people. Having the assistance of an experienced Beaverton Immigration Lawyer, can go a long way in ensuring that your immigration goals are achieved. Immigration Attorney Mario Musil has more than 10 years of experience of working with immigrant clients, helping to create new families, reunite old ones and retain existing ones.
An experienced Beaverton Oregon Immigration Lawyer can help you will all immigration issues and petitions including : Green Cards, US Citizenship, Fiance Visas, Marriage Visas, Removal Defense, Business Visas, Employment Visas and More.
Immigration Law is extremely complex and the rules and laws change very often . Having an experienced immigration lawyer that keeps up with the changes in law will help ensure a successful immigration application for you or your loved one.
An Experienced Beaverton Immigration Lawyer
Immigration Attorney Mario Musil has over ten years of experience assisting hundreds upon hundreds of clients handling thousands of immigration petitions. Beaverton Immigration Lawyer Mario Musil has the experience and the diligence to handle complex cases and to actively prevent problems that plague many immigration petitions. Call your Beaverton Immigration Lawyer today for a free initial consultation about your case.
Beaverton Business Immigration
Beaverton is home to many large high tech companies that often require business immigration assistance. The Musil Law Firm is able to assist with H1B petitions, PERM and Employment Based Green Cards, including EB 1, EB 2 and EB 3 petitions. Our Beaverton Immigration Lawyer can also assist the business families with dependent and relative petitions for other family members.
People with job skills needed by U.S. employers are eligible for green cards as listed below. However, it is important to remember that only a limited number of green cards are available to these applicants, leading to waits of several months or years, based on their place in these preference categories:
- Employment first preference. Priority workers, including the following three groups:
- persons of extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, education, business, or athletics
- outstanding professors and researchers, and
- managers and executives of multinational companies.
- Employment second preference.
- Professionals with advanced degrees or exceptional ability.
- Employment third preference.
- Professionals and skilled or unskilled workers.
- Employment fourth preference.
- Religious workers, various miscellaneous categories of workers, and so-called Special Immigrants.
- Employment fifth preference.
- Individual investors willing to invest $1,800,000 in a U.S. business (or $900,000 if the business is in an economically depressed area).
An immigration lawyer can help you in determining which category you would most likely qualify for. Generally speaking, in order to be eligible for a green card through employment, you must have a job offer.
The job offer must be full-time, permanent, U.S.-based work from an employer that is also permanently
located in the United States. (See 20 C.F.R. § 656.3 for a review of which employers may or may not qualify—for
example, visiting diplomats from other countries or foreign media corporations cannot sponsor a person for an employment based green card.) Furthermore, you, as the immigrant applicant must have the correct background, education and work experience for the job you are being offered. Lastly, and often most difficult, there must be no qualified U.S. worker willing or able to take the job—except in categories of green cards where labor certification is not required.
Politicians in the U.S. are often under a lot of pressure to show that they aren’t giving away green cards to foreigners who take jobs away from U.S. citizens. To help relieve the pressure, the law requires most
employers wanting to get a green card for a foreign worker to complete a process called labor certification.
Because there are annual limits on the number of people who can receive green cards through employment, you will most likely have to wait in line until a visa number becomes available. (You can’t get a green card until you’re given a visa number, regardless of whether you’re coming from outside or inside the United States.) Your place in the line is tracked by your Priority Date (the date on which your employer filed your labor certification or, where formal labor certification is not required, the date your application was filed at USCIS). It’s impossible to say exactly how long you will have to wait—it all depends on how many people are in line before you. In general, waiting periods tend to be longer for people from China, India, Mexico, and the Philippines, especially for non-skilled workers. This is not because of any discrimination against those countries—it simply reflects the fact that more people from those countries apply for visas than from other countries, and there is a per-country limit. The supply of visas for those countries is regularly less than the number of people applying for them, so a waiting list forms.
To check your visa priority date, or to get a general idea of the length of time a visa number will take to become available, you can check the US State Department’s Visa Bulletin Website. A Beaverton Oregon Immigration Lawyer can also help you determine which category would best suit your particular immigration situation.
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Mr Musil is a very professional lawyer，He patiently answered all kinds of questions, He did his job splendidly.Jia Blair3/15/2019
My experience was excellent. Mr. Musil got all of my charges either reduced (DUI to reckless) or dropped altogether. He... read moreK C Brevard3/15/2013
We hired Mr Mario Musil to assist my husband with his permanent residence card and citizenship. Mr Musil was... read moreJacqueline Li3/15/2019
Finacee Visa & Green Card Mario was highly recommended by a family friend who a corporate attorney. Mario handled our fiancée visa and green card... read morePaul & Eileen1/28/2019
Excellent Experience My husband and I have had a phenomenal experience with Mr. Musil. From the consultation straight through until receipt of... read moreBlair5/08/2017
I strongly recommend Attorney Mario Musil for any immigration issues. He is very knowledgeable and prompt to respond to... read moreLeidy Matos12/15/2019
Thank you for making this process so much easier We hired Mr. Mussil as our lawyer to represent & assist us throughout my wife immigration process. He made the... read moreGilda Carolina Nascimento9/08/2016
Mario is great.Campbell H1/26/2019
Mario is a great communicator and a great support. I highly recommend!Kat F3/08/2020
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Beaverton Oregon Immigration Lawyer FAQs
Yes, our Beaverton immigration lawyer offers free initial consultations to go over your particular case.
Our fees are set on a Flat Fee Basis that you can review before retaining us- Immigration Lawyer Fees.
An experienced immigration lawyer will be up-to-date on many of the constant changes in immigration law and help you avoid the common pitfalls that many self-filers fall into. For example, improper filing can cause delays in the petition process as well as denials and even bans. Having an immigration lawyer assist you, will help minimize the chances of denials or delays.
Beaverton Oregon Legal Information:
Beaverton, Oregon is a city just west of Portland, Oregon. Beaverton is home to NIke headquarters and often named as one of the top cities to live in the country. It is located in Washington County and its population is nearly 90,000. The city is close to Portland, with many of its residents working in the larger city.
Because of Beaverton’s high tech industry – including chipmaker Intel, the city attracts a large immigrant population. The city itself strives to be welcoming to immigrants from all over the world and offers welcoming resources for immigrants settling in Beaverton. More information can be found on the city’s website: https://www.beavertonoregon.gov/1634/Welcoming-Beaverton
Beaverton is a Sanctuary City, meaning that anyone, regardless of their immigration status, can feel safe to contact law enforcement in the event of a need.
Beaverton also partners with local immigrant and cultural societies and groups that promote cultural diversity and help welcome immigrants. Some of those groups include Centro Cultural and Adelante Mujeres.
The city also participates in the National Welcoming week celebration designed to bring together immigrants and US born residents. The event takes place in September and there are grants available for projects that support the immigrant celebration. You can learn more about it by visiting Beaverton Welcoming Week.
Beaverton Oregon City Hall and Municipal Buildings:
City Hall can be found at:
The Beaverton Building
12725 SW Millikan Way
Beaverton, OR 97005
Beaverton Police and Municipal Court:
The Griffith Drive Building
4755 SW Griffith Drive
Beaverton, OR 97005
Beaverton Oregon Immigration USCIS Office:
The closest USCIS office to Beaverton, OR is the Portland, OR office.
1455 NW Overton Street,
Portland, OR 97209
Beaverton Oregon Immigration Court House
The closest Immigration Court to Beaverton, OR is the Portland, OR court.
1220 SW 3rd Avenue,
Portland, OR 97204