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Immigration attorney Tim Jones, with offices in Idaho Falls and in Pocatello, assists individuals and businesses with their immigration law needs. Most of our clients live in Eastern Idaho–Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Blackfoot, Rexburg, Driggs, Victor, and other nearby towns. We also serve clients in Jackson, Wyoming, Star Valley, Wyoming, West Yellowstone, Montana, and other locations throughout Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, and Utah.
Our services include assistance with green cards and permanent residency, citizenship, asylum, fiance visas, U-visas, most types of work visas, and a wide variety of other services.
Additionally, if you’re not sure of your eligibility for a change of immigration status, we offer 30-minute consultations where our Idaho Falls immigration lawyer, Tim Jones, can tell you if you’re eligible.
Most immigration matters can be divided into one of two categories. One category can lead eventually to citizenship; the other leads to a work permit but nothing more.
Green cards, provisional green cards, and K-1 visas can lead to citizenship. These are usually obtained through the sponsorship of a family member or fiance, or through the sponsorship of an employer. K-1 visas (the fiance visa) and provisional green cards typically lead to permanent residency (a “normal” green card). If you hold permanent residency for long enough, you’re able to apply for naturalization. Tim Jones has experience in all of these processes and can assist you in the application process.
If you are an employer, we can help you get work permits or green cards for your employees. Our proximity to West Yellowstone and Jackson means that we’re in a prime location to help employers meet seasonal and other employment needs in those towns. We also assist businesses in and around Idaho Falls and Pocatello in obtaining visas for potential employees, whether they be seasonal, temporary, or long-term workers.
Students, investors, individuals from specific countries, refugees, and victims of crimes who cooperate with the police may be eligible for various visas. Your immigration attorney can help you determine if you are eligible.
Those fleeing persecution–including domestic violence–in their home country may be eligible for asylum, which can lead to a green card and eventually citizenship.
In order to more effectively focus on the above areas of immigration law, Tim Jones does not assist with deportation matters. If you or your loved one is currently in detention, we recommend that you contact another immigration attorney for assistance.
Tim Jones is the attorney at Idaho Immigration Law, practicing out of Pocatello and Idaho Falls. He is licensed to practice law in Idaho, and is able to practice immigration law throughout the United States. He is a proud member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.