Immigration and Visas
My office can assist immigrants with a wide range of issues and concerns. If you have questions about becoming a citizen or any other immigration concerns, please contact my office. For general information about immigration processes—including forms—and issues, the best single source of information is the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
Resources for Immigrants and Foreign Workers:
Obtaining a Work Visa
Obtaining a Green Card
Becoming a United States Citizen
The Consulate of Mexico in Las Vegas
The Consulate of El Salvador in Las Vegas
The Consulate of Chile in Las Vegas
Linea “Estamos Contigo”
The Visa Bulletin
Applying for Deferred Action -- For young people who arrived in the United States as a child.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement News
CSN - All Access Committee
Resources for Temporary Visitors to the United States:
Types of Visas
The Visa Waiver Program -- For residents of participating countries.
Obtaining a Visitor Visa
My North Las Vegas office can make an inquiry to check on the status of your immigration claim. It is important to note, however, the decision making authority regarding visas rests with USCIS, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of State.