BIA – Board of Immigration Appeals

BIA Immigration Appeals The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is the highest administrative body for interpreting and applying U.S. immigration laws. If you have received a negative decision on your immigration case, you may have the option to appeal to the BIA. The BIA handles various types of appeals, including: Decisions made by immigration judges […]

Family Based Visa

Lynn Immigration Attorneys Committed To Keeping Families Together If you are a resident of the United States and want to bring in family members from another country, you can do so using a family based visa protection. If you are interested in applying for a family based visa, contact the knowledgeable immigration attorneys of BOS […]

Employment Visa

Results-Oriented Immigration Lawyer Always Ready The Immigration and Nationality Act provides a yearly minimum of 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas. However, these visas are contingent on a whole series of proper documentation and petitioning. From pursuing a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), to filing a petition with the United States Citizenship and […]

Deportation Defense

You Can Fight Deportation & Removal Orders Immigration removal proceedings, formerly called “deportation”, determine whether an immigrant should be removed from the United States. At BOS Legal, our Lynn deportation lawyers handle all removal proceedings for foreign nationals and their families. We can defend you in removal hearings, including those involving criminal charges, because we […]

Non-Immigrant Visa

Proving The Temporary Nature Of Your Stay In The U.S. Non-immigrant visas are granted to foreign nationals so they can legally remain in the U.S. for a temporary period of time. Even though recipients of non-immigrant visas may have no intention of attempting to permanently reside in the United States, U.S. immigration law tends to […]

Immigrant Visa

Family-Based Visa Petition U.S. citizens or other legal U.S. residents can petition for their foreign national family members to become lawful permanent residents of the United States. There are two categories of family-based immigration: Immediate relatives who are eligible for permanent residency without being placed on a waiting list – spouses, parents, and children under […]

Asylum Lawyers

What is Asylum? Every year, numerous individuals immigrate to the United States in search of safety and protection from persecution based on their race, religion, beliefs, or political affiliations. For those seeking asylum, an asylee (asylum applicant), the stakes are high—they are pleading to stay in the country because returning home would mean facing danger […]

Immigration Lawyer

Trust BOS Legal for expert guidance in navigating the complexities of immigration law. Led by founder Ogor Winnie Okoye, a first-generation immigrant, we understand the challenges firsthand and offer personalized solutions to ensure your success in staying in the country.