Selecting an experienced and qualified Attorney who specializes in immigration law is very important as selecting and obtaining your Green Card may be vital to your future.
From the relatively straightforward renewal of a Green Card to Citizenship applications, to the unqualified and inexperienced, U.S. immigration law and nationality laws are complicated and in many areas, are highly specialized.
To have the best chance of success it makes good sense to have the best Attorney’s on your team.
At Discount Green Card’s our aim is to remove the complexity of U.S. Immigration law and visa applications for all of our clients across the entire 50 states, to provide you with peace of mind knowing that you are in the hands of a highly experienced and well qualified specialist immigration lawyer.
Our principal attorney is Andrew J Driggs who has been licensed in Nevada for over twenty years, and since 2004 has specialized almost entirely in immigration and national law. Andrew is an immigration lawyer in Las Vegas that represents both individual clients and families before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Andrew has been elected the Chapter Chair of the local chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and a member of the national organization’s Board of Governors.
With this level of expertise you know that you have every chance that you will experience the best possible support and advice all the way through the visa application and award process, and of course the knowledge that Discount Green Card .com always aims for a high success rate.
If you are looking for genuine and affordable help then contact us TODAY without obligation. Toll-Free on (855) 702-8472 or complete the easy to use contact form on our “contact us” page and we will contact you.
Discount Green Card’s immigration law practice includes services related to the most common immigration procedures available to both foreign nationals and those United States Citizens petitioning family members for immigration benefits. Those procedures include citizenship and naturalization, petitions for alien relatives via consular processing and within the United States, marriage green cards and adjustment of status for parents, children and spouses, the removal of conditions on lawful permanent residence, the renewal of green cards, fiancée visas and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), commonly known as Dream Act applications.