Visitors & Students

Category B:  Visitors B visas are available for aliens seeking to visit the U.S. for business, pleasure, tourism, medical treatment, or a combination of purposes.  Theoretically, B visa holders may be admitted to the U.S. [...]

Family-Based Immigration

U.S. citizens (USCs) and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) may petition for certain relatives to obtain lawful permanent residence in the U.S.  These relatives fall into six different categories: Immediate relatives (IRs):  parents, spouses and children [...]

Non-Immigrant Workers

There are many different statuses available for non-immigrant (temporary) workers in the U.S.  The following statuses are those that our clients most frequently pursue: H-1B specialty workers L-1A / L-1B intracompany transferees E-1 / E-2 [...]


Naturalization (Natz) Qualifying LPRs may obtain U.S. citizenship through the naturalization process, which involves three key components: (1) continuous residence in the U.S. for the past five years; (2) physical presence in the U.S. for [...]

Full List of Visa Types

A-1: Public minister, ambassador, career, diplomatic or consular officer, and members of immediate family. A-2: Foreign government officials or employees, and members of family. A-3: Personal employee of A-2 and A-1, and members family. B-1: Business [...]

USA Work Permit

Are you seeking to be employed in the USA? There are several options for you that can be explained by our Ohio immigration lawyers on work authorizations. Many of these visa types will allow everything from work, [...]

Immigration FAQs

Can attorney Hollis represent me in my USCIS petition or application if I do not live in Ohio, Kentucky, or Indiana? Yes.  Mr. Hollis represents clients from all over the world in these cases.  Because [...]

Immigration Glossary

Adjustment of Status (AOS): The process in which an alien who is already in the U.S. applies for and receives LPR status. Administrative Appeals Office (AAO): The CIS sub-agency that reviews CIS Service Center and Field office decisions on [...]