St. Charles County and St. Louis Immigration Attorneys Providing Quality Legal Representation
The immigration attorneys at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C., provide detailed, creative, and efficient immigration services to guide you through the complexities of the U.S. Immigration system. Our St. Charles County and St. Louis immigration attorneys operate as a single unit focused on achieving goals for individuals, families, and businesses, both in the U.S. and abroad.
Our attorneys take a comprehensive approach to each case, regardless of size or nature. We emphasize prompt and courteous communication. The team understands the seriousness of your case and is committed to communicating the options and strategies for achieving your goals.
The firm’s St. Charles County and St. Louis immigration attorneys are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Consistently, the value of our services exceeds the fee charged. We offer a fixed fee for most immigration matters, so you know the cost of your case right from the start. Our clients have been very receptive to the “fixed fee” approach for immigration work. For an initial consultation, contact us at 314-582-4922. We accept your emails and respond to them promptly.
No Matter the Issue, Our St. Louis Immigration Attorneys Can Help
Our skilled, experienced team can help in all of these immigration areas:
Temporary Employment-Based Immigration
- H-1B Visa for Specialty Occupation
- H-2B, H-2A Visas for Temporary Workers
- O, P Visas for Athletes or Individuals with Extraordinary Ability
- L-1 Visa for Intracompany Transferee Petitions
- E-1/E-2 Visas for Treaty Trader/Treaty Investor
- TN Visa for Workers from Canada or Mexico (NAFTA)
- B-1 Visa for Business Visitors
- B-2 Visa for Visitors for Pleasure
- R-1 Visa for Religious Workers
- J-1 Visa for Exchange Visitors
- F-1 Visa for Students
- Advise and Assist Family Members Accompanying Employees to the U.S.
Permanent Employment-Based Immigration
- EB-1 Immigrant Visa Petitions for Persons of Extraordinary Ability
- EB-1 Immigrant Visa Petitions for Outstanding Professors and Researchers
- EB-1 Immigrant Visa Petitions for Multinational Executives and Managers
- EB-2 Immigrant Visa Petitions for Advanced Degrees
- National Interest Waivers
- EB-2 Immigrant Visa Petitions for Exceptional Ability
- Labor Certification Application (PERM)
- EB-5 Investor Visa Petitions
- Adjustment of Status (“Greencard”) Applications after Approval of Employment-Based Visa Petition
Workforce Compliance Issues Facing All U.S. Employers
- Advise and Assist with Employer I-9 Worker Verification Requirements
- Audit Employer’s I-9 records to ensure compliance
- Corporate Immigration Compliance
- Relative Visa Petitions – for Spouse or Other Relatives
- Fiancé Visas
- Adjustment of Status (“Greencard”) Applications after Approval of Family-Based Visa Petition
- Applications for Waivers of Inadmissibility
- Removal of Conditions on Permanent Resident Status
- Representation at Family-Based Interviews with USCIS
Naturalization and Citizenship Issues
- Applications for Naturalization
- Applications for Certificate of Citizenship
- Disability Waivers
- Applications for Naturalization Re-Hearing after Initial Denial
- Applications for U.S. Passport
- Bond Hearings
- Removal Hearings
- Defensive Asylum Applications
- Applications for Waivers of Inadmissibility
- Permission to Re-Apply after Deportation
- Appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
- Appeals before Federal Courts of Appeal
- Appeals before the Administrative Appeal Office (AAO)
Asylum and Refugee Matters
- Affirmative Applications for Asylum
- Representation at Asylum Interview
Diversity Visa Lottery
- Assistance with Entry to the Diversity Visa Lottery
- Applications for Immigrant Visas with a U.S. consulate
- Applications for Adjustment of Status for Individuals Present in the U.S.
- Filing EB-1 Petitions with USCIS Post-Kazarian
- Federal Government Announces Plans for New Immigration Initiatives
- Immigration Visa Applications: What is a § 221(g) Refusal?
- Should we apply for a fiancé visa or get married and apply for an immigrant visa?
- Options for obtaining immigration status from investing in the U.S.
- General Overview of The H-1B Visa Application Procedure
- Employer’s Obligations: Employing H-1B Visa Workers
- I-9 Requirements: How Important Are They, and Which Employers Are Required to Comply with Them?
- Recruitment: Options & Requirements for Hiring Non-U.S. Citizens
Contact Our St. Charles County and St. Louis Immigration Attorneys to Schedule Your Consultation
No matter where you are in Missouri, you can contact our immigration attorneys to schedule an initial consultation. We respond promptly to your e-mail messages and keep meeting schedules flexible for your convenience.
Our Practice Areas
Modification of Child Support & Maintenance
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO)
Business & Corporate Law
Immigration & Naturalization
Real Estate & Development
Immigration & Naturalization Law Articles
Clayton, MO: 314-727-2266
165 North Meramec Avenue, Suite 110, St. Louis, MO 63105
Our team at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. approaches every case with integrity, dedication, and an honest desire to help you find creative strategies for your unique issues, with a reputation for results that you will appreciate.