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Helping Individuals And Families Address Immigration Issues

The United States is a country of immigrants that owes much of its prosperity and success to the people who come to the U.S. from other countries to study, work and live. U.S. immigration laws are notoriously complex and people who attempt to navigate the varied rules, restrictions and requirements on their own often run into problems.

At Bernazzani Law, we understand the difficulties that many people who wish to immigrate to the U.S. face. At the age of 10, lead attorney Xiorli Bernazzani immigrated to the U.S. from Venezuela. One of her main motivations to become a lawyer was to assist immigrant families with visa and immigration issues and help them stay together. Our firm is committed to providing the information and strong legal advocacy you need to successfully navigate U.S. immigration laws.

Bringing And Keeping Families Together

Our law firm helps students, working immigrants and prospective immigrants acquire the necessary visas to stay in the country and to become naturalized citizens.

If you, or someone important to you, want to come to the U.S. temporarily or permanently, we can help you complete the necessary documentation and other visa or citizenship application requirements. We also focus on helping clients who are already in the U.S. on temporary visas to establish permanent residency or citizenship.

We help clients across New Hampshire address immigration matters, including:

If your visa application is denied, we can make sure all of the necessary information and/or supporting documents are submitted to the appropriate U.S. embassy or consulate.

We Understand Immigration Laws — Se Habla Español!

At Bernazzani Law, we are well-versed in all immigration matters and work to help immigrants and their families overcome the personal and bureaucratic challenges they face. Whether your intent is to get permission for yourself or a foreign-born relative or spouse to live in the U.S. temporarily or permanently, our attorneys can help.

For more information and a free consultation with a lawyer, call 603-595-0600 or reach out to us via our online contact form.