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International families face unique challenges. When your partner is from another country we can help you bring your family to Hawaii and keep you together. Family and marriage based visas and green cards, adjustment of status and fiancé visas.
As immigration lawyers experienced with H-1B, E-1 and E-2 visas, L and other working visas, we help job candidates and their employers find the right visa and guide you through the application process. Employment visas for the way Hawaii works.
The process of becoming a U.S. citizen is called Naturalization, and is typically the end goal of the immigration process. With U.S. citizenship, you enjoy the full rights of belonging to the American community. Call us when you are ready.
We provide effective representation in Immigration Court in Honolulu. When you need an experienced immigration lawyer to stand beside you, call us. We handle Deportation, Exclusion and Removal proceedings, and appeals at all levels.
Knowledge, Experience & Insight
U.S. Immigration Lawyers with a Hawaiian Islands Perspective
We do Immigration Law only, that way we can stay on top of changes and be the best we can be in our field. Licensed immigration lawyers based in Hawaii with over 15 years experience helping hundreds of couples and families obtain permanent residence, green cards, marriage visas and U.S. citizenship.
If you need help bringing your loved ones to the United States, we have the Knowledge, Experience and Insight you can rely on and trust. Contact us today!
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A VOICE OF
At MigrationCounsel we understand that the decision to hire an Immigration Lawyer can be challenging, and reliable information can be hard to find. Here’s what John Egan, founding attorney has to say about that.
We hold Free Immigration Information Workshops on the First Monday of Every Month. Bring your visa and green card questions, an Immigration Lawyer gives answers, no fee or commitment required.
BEWARE OF IMMIGRATION SCAMS
Using an unauthorized provider may cause you unintended consequences including delays in your application, paying unnecessary fees, or even risking deportation proceedings. But don’t take our word for it, here’s a short video from the USCIS which you may find insightful.