Immigration is the act of vacating one’s country and shifting to another country of which they are not natives, nor citizens, to settle or inhabit there, particularly as permanent residents or naturalized citizens, or to take up employment as a migrant worker or temporarily as a foreign worker.

In simple words, immigration is a procedure through which individuals become permanent residents or citizens of another country. Historically, the procedure of immigration has been of considerable social, economic, and cultural advantage to states.

How an Immigration Lawyer helps you?

An immigration lawyer helps you to prepare immigration paperwork for an immigrant. He represents an immigrant in court, speaks on his or her behalf, and helps file the necessary paperwork to avoid detention. He also defends an immigrant against arrest and upholds as well as helps that person from being expelled. Immigration lawyers help settle problems connected to family or employee-based adaptation and immigration support in such cases. Immigration lawyers also represent their clients before courts, forums, tribunals and other competent administrations in matters associated with immigration and associated issues.