Helping you navigate immigration law
Araneda & Stroud Immigration Law Group is a board-certified, full-service immigration law firm based in Raleigh, NC. Our client base includes both individuals and multinational corporations from all over the world. Because United States immigration law comes under the jurisdiction of the federal government, we can represent you no matter where you live or do business.
To help you learn more about the Immigration Act, call us to schedule a consultation at 919-788-9225.
There are two different types of United States visas. Immigrant Visas are for people seeking to live in the U.S. Non-Immigrant Visas are for people coming for limited duration. Most non-immigrant visas are for work purposes, and usually require an offer of employment from a U.S. business. Our firm succeeds at getting visas for workers in science, education, biotechnology, engineering, medicine and other fields.
Parents, spouses and children can all be sponsored for immigrant visas, but navigating the complex laws can be difficult. If you would like to sponsor a family member or fiancee, we can help. Reuniting families is a top priority for Araneda & Stroud, and our experience with immigration law lets us present all possible options.
Does your foreign-based company wish to transfer qualified employees to a United States office? Our firm develops long-term strategies to help foreign employees obtain temporary and permanent visas. In the past few years there have been changes to the laws regarding investor visas. These changes to investor visa laws make it more important than ever to have a board-certified immigration attorney working for you.
There are two primary ways in which you can obtain U.S. permanent residence. These are family-based sponsorships and employment-based sponsorship. For over a decade, our attorneys have processed thousands of permanent residence petitions. Please contact us to speak with an attorney about your individual situation.
Watch our videos
In this video, immigration attorneys Jorgelina Araneda and Randall Stroud discuss options for people in the United States who may be working without papers. We recognize that every situation is different, however. To discuss your personal needs, contact us today.