Paul N. Gilbert - Attorney at Law
Parsippany New Jersey Immigration Lawyer
Law Offices of Paul N. Gilbert
2001 Route 46
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Phone: (973) 402-4244
Fax: (973) 402-4281
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New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Paul N. Gilbert
Parsippany Immigration & Nationality Law Attorney
Visas | Employment Visas | Family Visas
Immigrating to the United States has become a more complicated process since the events of September 11, 2001. New federal laws and new government agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security have changed the landscape significantly.
Obtaining a "green card" indicating lawful permanent residency in the U.S. is the primary goal of some of our clients who are planning to enter this country.
If that is your goal, too, please contact the Law Office of Paul N. Gilbert today.
Having lawful permanent residency enables you to live and work in the U.S indefinitely. But because obtaining permanent residency has become more complicated since 9-11, applicants regularly need help navigating the process.
We can assist in obtaining permanent residence through the categories (listed below) within two main types of permanent visas.Top
Employment-based immigrant visas
- Immigrants with extraordinary ability in business, arts or sciences
- Managers and Executives of multi-national businesses
- Outstanding professors or researchers
- Immigrants with advanced degrees and performing work in the national interest
- Immigrants with job offers and a Bachelor degree or higher, or work experience
- Immigrants with job offers who are skilled or unskilled workers
- Religious workers and ministers whose services are required by their non-profit religious organization
- Immigrant investors with substantial funds invested in the U.S.
PERM process: Some employment-based applications require you to go through a process called Program Review Electronic Management (PERM). This is a procedure by which the U.S. Department of Labor certifies there is a lack of qualified U.S. workers in your job category. Once the labor shortage is certified you can apply at the CIS level for your immigrant visa. We can help you navigate this procedure as well.Top
Family-based immigrant visas
- You are an immediate relative of U.S. citizens, such as parent, child or spouse
- You are the adult child, married or unmarried, of a U.S. citizen
- You are the spouse or unmarried child of a lawful permanent resident
- You are the brother of sister of a U.S. citizen
- You are being adopted by a U.S. citizen