PHAM HAQ

IMMIGRATION SERVICES

We offer outstanding solutions-based legal immigration services to those undergoing the US immigration process anywhere.

  • First 20-minute consultation is free
  • Relatable attorney that understands your needs
  • We are fully fluent in Vietnamese and English
  • Offices in San Diego and Ho Chi Minh
  • Reliable services when you need them
  • Boutique law firm that focuses on immigration
  • Committed to your success

Our Mission

We can Help You if you want to become a US citizen, You want to get to the US (need a US visa) for a number of reasons including travel/visiting friends and family, school, work or business, invest in a business, to marry or live with your spouse, you’re in the US and having immigration issues (ie: green card taken away), you had a US visa but you’re having trouble getting back to the US, you’re an employer/company that needs to bring your workers to the US.

Family-based immigration

Business & employment based immigration

Vietnamese Immigration Lawyer

Non immigration

SERVICES

We give all our clients the individual attention they deserve. We take time to understand your unique circumstances and tailor our service to meet your needs.

FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION

Family-based immigration including, but not limited to the following:

BUSINESS / EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION

Business/employment-based immigration including, but not limited to the following:

  • H-1B (Specialty Worker)
  • PERM Labor Certification
  • EB-2 Based on PERM (Advanced
  • Degree/Exceptional Ability)
  • EB-3 Based on PERM (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
  • Investment Visa (EB-5) Based on PERM
  • (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
  • L-1 (Intra-company Transferees)

BUSINESS / EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION

Business/employment-based immigration including, but not limited to the following:

  • H-1B (Specialty Worker)
  • PERM Labor Certification
  • EB-2 Based on PERM (Advanced
  • Degree/Exceptional Ability)
  • EB-3 Based on PERM (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
  • Investment Visa (EB-5) Based on PERM
  • (Professionals, skilled workers and other workers)
  • L-1 (Intra-company Transferees)

NATURALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP

Naturalization and citizenship, Non-immigrant Benefits Categories

We know that immigration decisions have a huge impact on your life. To get through this you need someone truly on your side. As Vy always tells her clients, “I will 100% guarantee my worth.”  She sincerely wants to deliver the highest chance of success for you and your family.

There are no Stupid Questions

Legal terms are intimidating. Laws are constantly changing. You may easily break them unknowingly, or miss important deadlines. We understand the law for you so you can safely ask us what you need to know. There’s never a need to be shy. No problem is too hard for us to solve.

We’re “Boutique”

A boutique law firm offers a high level of expertise with just one specialized area of law. Our specialty is immigration. With many years in the business, we know just about everything there is to know. As a smaller firm, we’re also able to develop closer relationships with our clients and a personal commitment to their success.

We Hold Your Hand

Tell us your situation and needs and we’ll take care of them with our legal knowledge and experience. You may not even know what to ask or where to begin, but we do. We’ll ask the questions first and put you on the right track. We’ll send through all your immigration documents, stay in touch with immigration, and prepare you for your interview.

We’re Always Here

We have an “open-door policy.” We address your concerns immediately and respond urgently; even without an appointment. We’ll also contact you with regular progress updates. You will feel like our only client even when we’re busy.

MEDIA

Video information about Immigration and application

As immigration attorneys we are here to help answer questions and find solutions to the difficult issues facing immigrants because we have been through a similar experience. Having been through those experiences, we understand that our work significantly affects the lives of the people we serve, and we work hard to build relationships with our clients by responding to them in a timely manner and keeping them updated on the progress of their specific immigration matter.

FREAKQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FAQ

Sponsorship

Who can a U.S. Citizen Sponsor?

If you are a U.S. Citizen, you may petition for the following relatives, as long as you can prove the relationships:

  • Husband or wife;
  • Unmarried children under 21 years old;
  • Unmarried son or daughter over 21 years old;
  • Married son or daughter of any age;
  • Brother (s) or Sisters(s), if you are at least 21 years old.
  • Mother or father, if you are at least 21 years old
Who Can a Green Card Holder Sponsor?

If you are a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), you may petition for the following relatives, as long as you can prove the relationships:

  • Husband or wife;
  • Unmarried child under 21 years of age;
  • Unmarried son or daughter over 21 years of age.

F-1 Visa

What is an F-1 status?

An F-1 status is a non-immigrant status issued by the USCIS to the foreign student who is pursuing full-time study in the US.

How long can an alien student study in the U.S. under F-1 status?

F-1 status is allowed to remain in the U.S. for the duration of schooling.

    I am in F-1 status. May I travel outside the US?

    Yes, you may travel outside the US when you are in F-1 status.

      I am in F-1 status. Am I allowed to work on campus?

      Yes, you are allowed to work on campus, but the on-campus employment cannot displace US residents. Also, you are limited to 20 hours of work per week.

        EB5-Investment Visa

        How much money do I need to invest to get the EB visa?

        The standard minimum amount has increased to $1.8 million or  $900,000 million, depending on where the business that receives the investment is located.

        What is an investment visa?

        EB-5 visas enable foreigners to immigrate to the US if they make an investment in a U.S. business.

          Can EB-5 visa holders work in the US?

          EB-5 visa holders are granted a green card which allows them to permanently live and work in the US.

            Can I bring my family to the US?

            EB-5 visa holders can also bring their spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 to the US.

            There are several requirements that foreign investors must meet to qualify for an EB-5 visa. Investors must make the required capital investment in a U.S. business.

              What are the requirements?

              There are two investment options for EB-5 visa applicants. EB-5 applicants can facilitate their investment as an individual (direct) or can invest through an EB-5 Regional Center.

                Can EB-5 Investors become US citizens?

                To qualify to become a U.S. citizen, the EB-5 visa holders must first be permanent residents for at least five years. Then the EB-5 visa holder can go through the naturalization process which enables them to become a United States citizen.

                  What is a working visa?

                  The working visa is used for people to go and work temporarily in the U.S. for a specified period of time. The period of time that you will be working should be noted in the employment contract or the visa application.

                    B-1 Business Visa And B-2 Visiting Visa

                    B-1 Business Visa

                    When traveling for business, an individual should apply for a B-1 visa. Reasons to apply for a business visa include the following: consulting with business associates, attending a business conference or convention, negotiating contracts, purchasing property, and investigating business opportunities. If you plan to come to the United States for one of these business-related purposes, you may be eligible to apply for a B-1 visa. Learn more about your eligibility on our B-1 visa page.

                    B-2 Visiting Visa

                    When traveling for business, an individual should apply for a B-1 visa. Reasons to apply for a business visa include the following: consulting with business associates, attending a business conference or convention, negotiating contracts, purchasing property, and investigating business opportunities. If you plan to come to the United States for one of these business-related purposes, you may be eligible to apply for a B-1 visa. Learn more about your eligibility on our B-1 visa page.

                    Fiancé Visa (K-1)

                    What is a fiancé (K-1) Visa?

                    The fiancé visa is for the fiancé of a U.S. citizen to travel to the US for the purpose of marriage to the U.S. citizen.

                    How long does it take to process the visa?

                    It would take four to six months depends on your situation

                      What happens once I arrived in the US?

                      You have to get married within 90 days of your arrival or you need to go back to your country.

                        Marriage Visa

                        What is a marriage visa?

                        A Marriage Visa is an immigration visa that allows the foreign spouse of a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Legal Resident to immigrate to the United States.

                        How long does it take for my wife/husband to come to the US?

                        It takes approximately 6-8 months, or longer depending on your situation

                          San Diego, CA Address:

                          5211 University Avenue
                          San Diego, CA 92105
                          Tel: (619) 997-7493
                          vyphamhaq@haqimmigration.com

                          Vietnam Office Address:

                          Attention: Mrs. Vy Pham Haq
                          6th floor 231-233 Le Thanh Ton street,
                          Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
                          Tel: (+84) 748 – 4110

                          Please let us know if you have a question, want to leave a comment, or would like further information about immigration.

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