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The Immigration Law Office of Richard Hanus
For the past 25+ years, Richard Hanus has been providing immigration law representation and counsel to a varied spectrum of clientele, including individuals, families and businesses, and in locations across the U.S. and the world. National press and a great number of his clients consider him to be the best immigration lawyer in Chicago.
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Immigration Law Office Chicago News: Richard Hanus Speaks About Immigration Issues in the Media
Richard Hanus’ experience puts him in a position of authority when it comes to speaking to the media or in providing instruction to fellow professionals. It’s no wonder why many consider him to be the best immigration lawyer in Chicago. From counseling clients in navigating our complex immigration law system, to taking a deportation defense case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, Richard Hanus has gained a deep understanding of U.S. immigration law and shares his insights in a clear, articulate manner.
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Marriage and Family Immigration
A foreign national’s path to a green card most often will be by way of a family relationship, including as the spouse or fiancé of a U.S. citizen, although several other family relationships can qualify as well.
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The Benefits of Our Immigration Law Office
At the Law Offices of Richard Hanus, our guiding principal is to be the best immigration lawyer in Chicago. With this in mind, we approach every case with creativity, sensitivity and diligence – the three essential qualities an immigration law office should possess.
Along with these 3 essential qualities, Richard Hanus provides his clients with counsel founded in honesty and practicality, and applies his 25+ years of experience in representing immigration law clientele with matters before :
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS)
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement(ICE)
- Executive Office of Immigration Review/Immigration Court (Defense in Removal/Deportation proceedings)
- Executive Office of Immigration Review/Board of Immigration Appeals
- U.S. Department of Labor
- U.S. Department of State
- U.S. District Courts and Courts of Appeal
- U.S. Supreme Court
He fought hard for us and believed in us. Justice was served and now all of us had lived the life of American Dream. Thank you Atty. Hanus.
Find Out Why Many Consider Richard Hanus The Best Immigration Lawyer in Chicago
Finding the best, most practical, Chicago immigration law office depends on having the most accurate and relevant information at hand. For certain, the immigration law playing field often presents itself as a confusing maze. The right decisions in your case will be based on a realistic and honest assessment by the best immigration lawyer in Chicago: Richard Hanus of the Law Offices of Richard Hanus.
Our Languages and Counsel’s Educational Foundation
Our office offers access to a staff fluent in many languages and an Attorney with impeccable educational credentials.
Today’s Legal News
Accessing the most up to date immigration law news is essential – whether you are facing a family related immigration question or are a company manager looking to bring aboard a foreign worker. Federal laws, regulations and policies can change daily and immediately impact any given immigration law process. We feature the most up to date information, derived by way of conventional media, professional resources as well Attorney Hanus’ practical experiences as what many consider to be the best immigration lawyer in Chicago.
Immigration, Family and Death: Does the Green Card Process Die When the U.S. Petitioner Dies?
By: Richard Hanus, Esq. May 12, 2023 One of the questions I get asked most frequently has to do with the impact of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident’s death on a pending petition they previously filed for foreign national family, whether waiting overseas or in the U.S. The answer varies depending on the circumstances, but many of my clients are pleasantly surprised to hear that not all hope should be lost. As a matter of law, the death of a petitioning U.S. relative generally leads to the automatic revocation or discontinuation of the petition. However, remedies to reinstate [...]
What Are Deportable Offenses? A Chicago Immigration Attorney Answers
The United States is currently home to around 35 million lawful immigrants. Many are citizens but some are permanent residents - green card holders who have not yet become naturalized US citizens. Others are on short-term visas, such as student and employment visas. US citizens - whether from birth or naturalized - cannot usually be deported. If you're not yet a US citizen, there are reasons why you can be deported back to your home country and typically they relate to a deportable offense an immigrant commits. It's important to be aware of what offenses constitute deportable crimes. Staying on [...]
How the U.S. Immigration System Fails Desperate Healthcare Facilities and Foreign R.N.’s
By: Richard Hanus, Esq. April 23, 2023 News from the U.S. Department of State earlier this month paints a picture of an increasingly frustrating immigrant visa line foreign workers, like registered nurses, are forced to wait in before arriving in the U.S. The picture and long waits are ugly enough for foreign nurses and their petitioning employers to cut bait on all immigration efforts, or at least yearn for the old days. Back in the 1990’s when registered nursing had already been deemed to be a shortage profession, a healthcare facility looking to recruit foreign R.N.’s had the H-1A visa [...]
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