Immigration & Citizenship

Omaha Immigration Lawyers

Trust, Talent, Efforts, Teamwork, Results

How does Immigration Law work?

Immigration status can have life changing impacts on non U.S. citizens. Immigration law determines anyone who is not a U.S. citizen their rights, duties, and obligations. The main body of immigration law is the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. It is the backbone of the U.S. immigration law and covers a wide range of subjects. Attorneys at Li Law Group have successfully represented many clients with their non-immigration visas, green cards, naturalization, and cancellation of removal proceedings.


With personal experience, legal training, and a keen understanding of the U.S. immigration system, Attorney Li helps our clients understand their options in choosing what is the best for your employees, spouse, and family members. 

Specifically, Li Law Group provides the following immigration and citizenship services.

Non-Immigration Visas

  • B1, B2 

  • F & M visa (Student, Vocational)

  • J (Exchange Visitor)

  • H1-B (dual intent - Speciality occupations in fields requiring highly specialized knowledge)

  • L Visa (Intra-company transferee)

Immigration Visas

  • Immediate relative & family of a U.S. citizen

  • K-1 (Fiancé(e) to marry U.S. Citizen & live in U.S.)

  • K-3 (Spouse of a U.S. citizen awaiting approval of an I-130 petition)

  • Immediate relative & family of a Lawful Permanent Resident

  • Eb-1 (Extraordinary ability)

  • Eb-2 (Professionals with advance degree and exceptional ability)

  • Eb-3 (skilled workers , professionals, and unskilled workers)

  • Eb-5 (investors)

Removal Defense

  • Bond review

  • Removal reliefs 

  • Administrative closure


Naturalization Of U.S. Citizenship

Habeas Corpus