Immigration Law Assocates, PC

Top Lawyers Representing Clients
from All Over the World.

Devoted Exclusively to Immigration Law.

Practicing Law Since 1981...

Highest 10.0 AVVO Rating! Superb!

We Speak Your Language! Call Us. We Can Help.

Citizenship...Asylum...Appeals...Temporary Visas...

Washington, DC Immigration Law Firm

Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates, PC are Washington, DC immigration attorneys. Our law firm is devoted exclusively to immigration law. We have an AV rating (highest possible rating for lawyers for legal acumen and ethical standards). Practicing law since 1981. We have Washington, DC, and New Jersey (NJ) licensed attorneys.

Our top-notch lawyers represent professional workers, corporations, artists and governmental organizations from all over the world in visa and naturalization matters. We pledge to provide you with professional customer service at every step toward achieving your goals and help you get that U.S. visa, work permit, or green card. Our clients win legal status, and we walk you through the entire process, providing excellent communication. Our priority is HONESTY with our clients.

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If you would like to arrange for a personal consultation with an attorney, please contact us by telephone at (202) 331-3074, or click here for additional contact information. We look forward to assisting you.

We Speak Your Language

We accept all major credit cards, and our staff members speak many different languages including English, French, Arabic, Spanish, Serbian, Russian, Hindi, Creole, and Tagalog.


Obtaining a U.S. Visa

U.S. Immigration law defines an immigrant as an individual who is permitted to reside permanently in the United States. An individual can become a citizen of the United States by either being born in the country or through naturalization.



In order to become a naturalized citizen of the United States, you must first be a U.S. permanent resident (or green card holder). To be eligible for citizenship, the following must apply to you:


Temporary Visas

The non-immigrant visa classification covers a broad range of visas used to enter the United States for work, pleasure or study. Some visas are considered ‘dual status’; you may attempt to obtain permanent residency (a green card) while under that classification.