Our lawyers have a long-history of combined experience representing businesses, families and individuals in their varied and complex immigration issues. The Firm’s Immigration Section compliments the International Trade and Cross-Border Business Section by assisting clients in their cross-border needs, such as establishing a foreign-owned business in the U.S., and subsequently obtaining the appropriate visa to manage the U.S. business, and vice versa. ScottHulse Immigration attorneys are highly experienced and knowledgeable in dealing with the challenges that U.S. immigration law presents today.
Key areas of representation and services provided by our immigration lawyers include:
Our business immigration lawyers advise and guide clients through complex immigration issues that will eventually enable them to obtain the appropriate work visa that allows them to live and work in the U.S. Some of these visas include:
Our family immigration lawyers in El Paso guide families and individuals through complex issues arising out of family-based immigration. Some of these visas or services include:
Consular processing has always been challenging and our immigration attorneys are adept and skilled in guiding clients through consular nuances and pitfalls. Our immigration attorneys keep current with the constant changes occurring frequently throughout embassies and consulates worldwide, and are able to guide clients in the appropriate protocol for processing any type of visa.
Our immigration lawyers work together with the Firm’s Labor and Employment Section in guiding clients during I-9 audits with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. We provide valuable advice on the appropriate immigration documents to be used during the I-9 process.
For many clients, filing for naturalization is the end of their immigration journey. We guide our clients on how to skillfully file the naturalization application, verifying that the physical residence requirements, good moral character requirements, and all other requirements are met. We also handle many other citizenship issues.
Processing waivers for non-immigrant and immigrant visas is increasing with the dramatic changes in U.S. immigration law. Our immigration lawyers are experienced in crafting compelling waiver applications that result in approvals and ultimate granting of a visa.
Our location along the U.S./Mexico border is key to providing useful, competent advice regarding port-of-entry issues. Our immigration attorneys interface with U.S. Customs and Border Protection in resolving issues arising at the ports of entry, such as requesting a humanitarian parole or an I-94 permit for an important business client who has no visitor visa.
International and Cross-Border Transactions
March 2019. Workplace Immigration Law in the Current Era. Lecture presented at 11th Annual ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar, El Paso, Texas
2018, March 1. H-1B visas. Lecture presented at ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar, El Paso, Texas
2012, April 2. I-9 Immigration Issues in a Bi-National Community. Lecture presented at ScottHulse Labor & Employment Law Seminar, El Paso, Texas