When it comes to immigration issues, you will need expert help. Get the professional assistance you need from an immigration attorney in Salt Lake City.
Visa Lawyer Serving Clients in Orem, Provo, Nationwide and Worldwide
At Buhler Thomas Law, P.C., we provide legal advice and representation to clients throughout the world. As immigration laws are governed by federal regulations and codes rather than state, we are confident in our ability to help people from all over the world who have concerns regarding a variety of immigration law matters, including:
If you have questions regarding immigration and do not see them answered on this website, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our law office. If we cannot directly help you, we can provide a list of trusted referrals.
Because immigration law is governed by federal law, we can provide legal services to clients domestically and internationally. Contact us today.
More Than 20 Years of Immigration Law Experience
Provo immigration law Attorney Kim Buhler-Thomas has more than 20 years of experience, including experience handling complex immigration matters for foreign nationals, businesses, corporations and universities. Trust our firm in Lehi to guide you through the case.
Whether you need to apply for a family or work visa, submit your citizenship application, create an immigration compliance program or hire a foreign national, Kim Buhler-Thomas, can help. Call 801-691-0604 or you can also contact us online.
Do You Need an Immigration Lawyer?
Because the consequences of violating immigration laws are severe, it is now more important than ever to have an immigration attorney on your side. A lawyer can help you enter the United States legally and remain here with proper immigration authorization. The consequences of not being in compliance are serious and could lead to a lifetime ban from re-entering the country.
Likewise, corporations must be careful in making sure their immigration policies and procedures are in compliance with the government’s stringent regulations, especially where immigration policy penalizes corporations that hire unauthorized workers.