Immigration Lawyer Serving Idaho Falls Idaho

Are you looking for answers to your immigration questions? You’ve come to the right place to find answers to your immigration questions.

The Schaefer Law Firm provides a local immigration law firm option for residents of Idaho Falls looking for an immigration lawyer to assist them in navigating the immigration process. Our office in Boise, Idaho provides a convenient location where you can sit down and discuss your case face-to-face with an Idaho immigration lawyer. At the same time, our office in Boise makes it possible for us to be with you at your immigration interview or immigration court hearing in Boise.

Feel free to explore this website to learn more about:

Adjustment of Status/Green Card Process. The adjustment of status process is a way to get a green card while in the United States. Not everyone who is in the United States will qualify for adjustment of status, so it is very important to make sure that you qualify before you apply. You can learn more here.

Family Immigrant Visas. An immigrant visa may help your family members immigrate to the United States. You can learn more about family immigrant visas here.

K1 Visas or Fiance Visas. Is your fiance outside of the United States? A fiance visa (also called a K1 visa) may be for you if you’d like to get married in the United States. You can learn more about fiance visas here.

Marriage Immigration. Depending on your situation, you may be able to help your spouse get a green card through the adjustment of status process or the immigrant visa process. If you are engaged, you may also want to explore the fiance visa process before you finalize your wedding plans. You can learn more about these options here.

Immigration Waivers. In some cases an immigration waiver may be needed to overcome certain immigration challenges. For example, I601 waivers or I601A waivers may help overcome certain issues related to unlawful presence in the United States. I601 waivers can also help overcome issues related to immigration violations such as misrepresentations or certain criminal convictions. You can learn more about immigration waivers here.

Citizenship. Are you ready to apply for citizenship and become a United States citizen? You can learn more about the naturalization process here.

Military Immigration. If you have a family member who is on active duty in the military, is a member of the National Guard or Reserves, or is a veteran, parole-in-place may help you overcome certain immigration challenges. You can learn more here.

Immigration Appeals, Asylum and Deportation Defense. If you are faced with one of these complex immigration issues, you probably have a lot of questions about what to expect. You can learn more here.

You can also learn more by downloading one of our immigration guides: Adjustment of Status Guide, Fiance Visa Guide, Marriage Immigration Guide, Family Immigrant Visa Guide, Hardship Letter Special Report, Deferred Action Guide, or Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make.