Although multiculturalism is part of what makes Las Vegas so special, foreigners in Nevada risk being thrown out of the country if they don't have proper documentation issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS): Visas are required for temporary stays, green cards are required for permanent residency, and naturalization is required for citizenship privileges.
In this portion of our website, our Las Vegas immigration criminal defense lawyers provide a simple overview of the eligibility requirements and application procedures for visas, green cards and naturalization. Click on the following links to learn more:
If you're a non-citizen who's been arrested, charged or convicted of a crime in Nevada, feel free to call our Las Vegas immigration criminal defense lawyers at (702) 380-4895 to schedule a free consultation. We may be able to help your case and keep you in the U.S.