OUR IMMIGRATION FORMS
Below is a list of USCIS forms for applications and petitions that ZONTLAW provides services and support for. We have our own forms, that are smarter, simpler to use, and have less questions on them, than the official USCIS forms outlined below. You can use our cutting edge software to fill out the immigration application or petition that you need, and at the end of the process, you will have a fully completed USCIS form to submit. Please keep in mind that other U.S. government agencies, such as DOS, ICE and CBP, also handle immigration related applications, and their forms are not included here.
Please go the official website to download all official USCIS Forms. All forms are available free of charge from the U.S. government.
File Quickly, Easily, and Successfully with Zontlaw!
Filing USCIS immigration processes can seem like a very scary process. Fortunately, with Zontlaw it doesn’t have to be! You will start by finding the form that you believe is appropriate for the immigration benefit that you are seeking. Or, if you know the general category of visa/benefit you are eligible for, but not the exact one, you can take one of our many online visa eligibility quizzes (available throughout our multiple pages). Once you have found the appropriate immigration benefit/application, our software will allow you to register for free in our secure online client portal.
Once you register, you will be allowed to use our software to start filling out the necessary USCIS forms for the immigration benefit/application you are pursuing, for free. Except, you won’t be filling out the confusing official USCIS forms directly. No, you will be using our software system to fill out our unique immigration forms. We have our own forms, and each one corresponds to an official USCIS form. However, our forms are easy to understand, they provide plain language instructions to the applicant about what they need to enter (something USCIS consistently fails at), they provide real time feedback to the user (say if our software believes you entered something wrong), and they only get smarter as you go. Parts of the form will actually fill themselves out for you, based on information that you had already entered into our system. Best of all, in the end, all of the information you entered becomes a boring, but official, USCIS form that you can submit to the authorities. Seems like magic, doesn’t it? However, this is anything but magic. Here at Zontlaw, we have worked incredibly hard to bring this technology to you, and we continue to do so to make sure that everything stays up to date, correct, and easy for our clients to use.
In the end, you will have the official USCIS forms you need, without ever having to fill one out directly. Also, our attorneys will be in touch with you every step of the way. They will consult with you, to make sure that you are actually filling out the appropriate forms; that you are indeed likely eligible for what you’re applying for, and that this is indeed the best immigration benefit/application for you. They will also review your forms before you submit them to make sure that everything is filled out correctly, and complies with USCIS standards for submission. They will let you know about any problems they see. They will also provide you with a list of supporting documentation you will need to submit along with your completed forms, and examples of what that documentation should look like. They will even review that supporting documentation and provide feedback on it, for an added fee.
Below is a full list of the USCIS forms that our system supports. We have two legal services:
(1) the Attorney Application Review Service (the less expensive option); and,
(2) Full Attorney Representation (traditional start to finish legal representation).
Please note that the Attorney Application Review Service, is what we have briefly described above. Generally, any of the forms listed and described below, are available to our clients for this service. However, depending on the complexity of your given case, and your specific facts, it is our attorneys’ job to let you know if they feel that Full Attorney Representation is more appropriate; or the only option for your case. Either way, Zontlaw has you covered! It’s our job to get this right, and we are very good at it.
FORM N-400 | APPLICATION FOR NATURALIZATION
If you are not already a U.S. citizen, you may naturalize, or go through the process of becoming a citizen. You must meet special requirements to do so, but if you meet the requirements you should do so. Among other benefits, U.S. Citizens don’t have to worry about travel restrictions like LPRs do, and they cannot be deported.
FORM I-130 | PETITION FOR ALIEN RELATIVE
Are you eligible for a Green Card based on your relationship to a U.S. Citizen, or a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR)? Let us take care of you, with our easy to complete form. If you’re an immediate relative of a U.S. Citizen, you have no excuse! If you are otherwise related to a U.S. Citizen or LPR, you might also have a Green Card waiting for you.
FORM I-485 | APPLICATION TO REGISTER PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR ADJUST STATUS
Are you an Immediate Relative, or an otherwise qualifying family member of a U.S. Citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident? If you are in the U.S. and immediately eligible for a Green Card, then what are you waiting for? Start the process to get your Green Card, today!
I-765 | APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION
If you are in the United States and your status allows you to work, then this might be the form you need! Get proof of your employment eligibility, so that you can get a job. Employment Authorization Document (EAD) – The name of the document confirming the right to work in the United States for a certain period of time.
I-131 | APPLICATION FOR TRAVEL DOCUMENT
Planning a long trip outside of the United States? If you’re a Green Card holder or a Conditional Permanent Resident, who intends to be absent from the U.S. for a year or more, you really need to apply for a Reentry-permit before leaving the United States. Are you an Adjustment of Status applicant who has a pending I-485, and whom needs to leave the U.S.? If so, you’ll need to use the I-131 form to apply of Advance Parole before leaving the United States. Finally, Refugees and Asylees, can use this form to apply for a Refugee Travel Document, should they need one.
I-864 | AFFIDAVIT OF SUPPORT UNDER SECTION 213A OF THE INA
For all family-based immigrants, and for certain employment-based immigrants, the petitioner (ex: U.S. Citizen or LPR family member) sponsoring the immigrant for an immigrant visa or adjustment of status, will need to file an affidavit of support. This affidavit of support is to make sure that the immigrant will have sufficient financial resources to support them in the United States.
I-129F | PETITION FOR ALIEN FIANCÉ(E)
You need to use this Form I-129F to petition for a K-1 Visa, for the foreign fiancé of a U.S. citizen. After he or she enters the U.S., the couple must be married within 90 days. The foreign spouse may then apply for a Green Card. This same form can also be used to bring the fiancé’s children into the US as K-2s; or, to bring a foreign spouse (K-3) to the U.S. to apply for lawful permanent residency, along with their children (K-4).
I-751 | PETITION TO REMOVE CONDITIONS ON RESIDENCE
Are you, or is your spouse, only a Conditional Permanent Resident? Permanent Residency based on marriages that are less than 2 years old, is conditional. To become a full Lawful Permanent Resident, you and your spouse will have to jointly file Form I-751 after you have been married for two years.
I-589 | APPLICATION FOR ASYLUM AND FOR WITHHOLDING OF REMOVAL
Have you been persecuted or harmed in your home country because of your race, nationality, sexual orientation, or for some other reason that you cannot, or shouldn’t have to change about yourself? Or, do you fear harm if you are forced to go back to your country, because of something you cannot or shouldn’t have to change about yourself? If so, you will want to apply for asylum within the one year deadline of your arrival into the U.S., so that you, your spouse, and your unmarried children under 21 can live a better life in the United States.
I-129 | PETITION FOR A NONIMMIGRANT WORKER
Do you have a job offer to work in the United States as a Nonimmigrant? If you have a job offer as an H-1B, L-1A, or with another Nonimmigrant employment status, then the I-129 is the form you and your employer will have to fill out. Don’t hesitate!
I-140 | IMMIGRANT PETITION FOR ALIEN WORKER
Do you have a job offer that will allow you to permanently live in the United States? Or, are you a person of extraordinary ability, exceptional ability, or with an advanced degree, that feels they don’t need an employer? If you fit in any of these categories, you will need to file a Form I-140 to get the immigrant visa that will allow you to have a Green Card.
I-526 |IMMIGRANT PETITION BY ALIEN ENTREPRENEUR
Are you extremely good at what you do? If you feel that you are one of the best in your field or fields, you may have an easy path to a Green Card and eventual U.S. Citizenship. Are you not necessarily the best in your field, but are you very well educated?
I-360 | PETITION FOR AMERASIAN, WIDOW(ER), OR SPECIAL IMMIGRANT
Through the Violence Against Women Act, INA allows battered spouses, children, and parents to self-petition for an immigrant visa without their abuser’s knowledge. VAWA applies equally to women and men.
I-601 | APPLICATION FOR WAIVER OF GROUNDS OF INADMISSIBILITY
Seeking an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigrant statuses and you are inadmissible to the U.S ? You must file ether I-601 form to seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility.
I-601A | APPLICATION FOR WAIVER OF GROUNDS OF INADMISSIBILITY
Seeking an immigrant visa, adjustment of status, certain nonimmigrant statuses and you are inadmissible to the U.S ? You must file ether I-601A form to seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility.
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She was perfect! It was such a luck to have Julia Greenberg referred to me by my acquaintance. She is the most caring and helpful attorney I have ever worked with. She is very professional and knowledgeable in the immigration law, and she gave me great advice! I appreciate most that she is always available by phone or returns missed calls shortly – this is something that many attorneys in NYC do not do or have their assistants do who never give the correct answer. I approached Julia to help me prepare for my citizenship interview since I had, frankly speaking, not an easy case, and she did the best job I could expect. I could not imagine how my interview would have gone without her; her support was significant! If I ever have a question about any immigration matter I would definitely ask Julia for help again. Awesome
Anya Shapkina on July 6, 2017
Julia Greenberg helps me during the interview process and advises me on the process followed. She is very supportive and handles. She impressed me not only with the professionalism, but also with the art of communication as an outstanding attorney.She is quick to respond to any question that I have. Julia has helped me every step of the way with my case. Thank you!!
Julia is very professional, competent and knows how to get the best deal for her clients. What we appreciated about her service was that she always answered our calls or got back to us in a very short amount of time. We had a very stressful issue with the officer but Julia was able resolve it and have our case successfully processed the same day. We could have not done it without her. She is a smart lawyer and a great negotiator with a wonderful personality. Hire Julia Greenberg if you want to get a real result!
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