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Rhode Island and Massachusetts Immigration Lawyer

The Attorney Saikon Gbehan is a full-service immigration law firm that provides comprehensive immigration solutions to individuals, families, and companies across the country. As a child of an immigrant family, Attorney Gbehan understands the challenges that her clients face and uses her expertise to provide each client with a customized plan designed to deliver the best results. As an esteemed Rhode Island and Massachusetts immigration lawyer, she has had great success assisting clients with their immigration needs and prides herself on having a positive track record.

Attorney Gbehan is committed to providing her clients with legal services of the highest quality in a prompt, courteous, cost-effective, and ethical manner. A client’s overall satisfaction is a top priority. Attorney Gbehan maintains regular contact with clients regarding their immigration cases and responds to all inquiries promptly.

How We Can Help

We are prepared to help you with any immigration issues, including:

  • Family Based Immigration

    As a United States citizen or legal permanent resident, you can petition for your relatives to receive family-based immigrant visas and join you in the United States.

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  • Green Card / Permanent Residency

    Having a United States Green Card, also known as a Permanent Resident Card, gives the holder permanent residence in the United States and the ability to legally live and work in the United States.

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  • Deportation and Removal

    If you are facing deportation or removal, the legal representation that you choose could be life-changing.

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  • Adjustment of Status

    It allows an eligible applicant to become a legal resident of the United States without having to travel outside of the country to apply for a green card.

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  • Asylum

    Asylum is available to anyone from another country who fears returning to his or her native country due to persecution.

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  • Business & Employment Immigration

    American companies often hire highly skilled workers from other countries, relying on employment visas to meet their temporary or permanent staffing needs.

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  • Citizenship & Naturalization

    If you have decided to pursue citizenship in the United States, the Attorney Saikon Gbehan would be proud to assist you with the process.

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  • Criminal Law & Immigration

    The intersection of criminal law and immigration is one of the most complex and technical areas of law. Criminal convictions can have a major impact on the immigration status of individuals who are not U.S. citizens.

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  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

    If you entered the United States at an early age and have been residing here since that time, you may be eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

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  • H-1B Visa

    H-1B visas allow qualified foreign nationals who work in specialty occupations to come to the United States to work for a U.S. employer for a specific number of years.

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  • I-601 Inadmissibility Waivers

    Foreign–born individuals seeking a visa to enter the United States may be deemed inadmissible under United States immigration law for a variety of reasons.

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  • K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa

    If you are a U.S. citizen, and you wish to marry a foreigner and bring him / her to the U.S. to become your spouse, then a K-1 visa allows you to bring your fiancé (e) to the U.S. to get married.

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  • Marriage Based Immigration

    The spouse of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident may be able to obtain permanent residency to live and work in the United States indefinitely.

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  • PERM Labor Certification

    PERM is the system used to process labor certifications, which is the first step certain foreign nationals must take in order to obtain an EB-2 or EB-3 visa immigrant visa.

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  • Post-Conviction Relief

    If you are a noncitizen who has been accused of committing a misdemeanor or felony, contact our knowledgeable Rhode Island and Massachusetts immigration lawyer.

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  • Temporary Protected Status

    TPS is given to eligible citizens of other countries who are presently in the United States of America due to conditions in their home country that prevent them from returning home safely.

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  • Visas

    Most foreign nationals seeking to travel to the United States need to obtain a visa.

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We understand the immigration process. Contact us today
to find out how we can assist you by calling (401) 228-0001.