Immigration-USCIS Paperwork and More 520-450-3237

We are your USCIS immigration service provider. We save you money by doing the work for less money than the competition. We can help you in our office, by internet or telephone. This is for any services you need while in the United States or if you are intending to go the USA. We can get you a B-1 or B-2 visa. We can help you with paying your taxes. We can also help you solve any legal problems in the Unites States that you might have.

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When it comes to Immigration controlled by the USCIS we have all of the forms and can fill them out properly so the Immigration department of the US Government will accept them.

1. Applying for US Citizenship ( Form N 400 )

      Application Instructions for US Citizenship Form ( N 400 )

2. Applying for Green Card ( Form I-485 )

      Application Instructions for Green Card ( Form I 485 )

3. Help my relative Immigrate ( Form I-130 )

      Application Instructions to Help my relative Immigrate ( Form I-130 )

4. Apply for Employment Authorization ( Form I-765 )

      Application Instructions to Apply for Employment Authorization ( Form I-765 )

5. Affidavit of support ( Form I-864 )

6. Employment Verification ( Form I-9 )

7. Applying for Travel Document ( Form I-131 )

      Application Instructions for Applying for Travel Document ( Form I-131 )

8. Renew or replace my Green Card ( Form I-90 )

Client Biographic Information ( Form G-325a )

      Application Instructions to Biographic Information ( Form G 325a )

           THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE FORMS

We have all the forms with the experience to make them work. This is from Visas B1 or B2 to a Green Card or Citizenship. You can call us in Tucson at 520 450 3237 or if you are in Mexico using the one ring by calling 01152 520 450 3237 and let it ring once for free and we will call you back. It is free to the US and we can help you. You can also email us give us your phone number and tell us what time you will be available so we can call you back totally free.
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