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The cities of Raleigh-Durham are full of many important destination points. Not only are they home to a number of highly respected colleges and universities but also the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Many immigrants and visitors find their way into the area of Raleigh-Durham. This trend has caused many immigration issues that our firm has been assisting people with since our founding. At Robert Brown LLC, we serve a full range of employment-based and family-based visa and citizenship needs in this community.

One of the primary reasons that this destination attracts many immigrants from around the world is because of the Research Triangle, which includes Raleigh-Durham and Chapel Hill. It is termed "The Triangle" by people frequenting the vast number of learning opportunities in this area, including North Carolina State University, Duke University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It also is home to many business centers that develop cutting-edge technology in several high-tech industries and coordinate research projects with the local universities. This area has a large population and many of the residents are immigrants who are trying to obtain citizenship or an adjustment of status. Many of the students at these well-known universities have obtained visas for educational purposes and desire to become permanent residents.

Legal Assistance for the Research Triangle

Handling immigration applications and issues is not an easy legal matter to contend with on one's own. If you are in need of a lawyer in Raleigh-Durham to help you find relief from removal, or if you have a question about specific documentary requirements, then contact one of our lawyers from Robert Brown LLC. Attorneys Robert Brown, Rishi Oza, Erin Brown, and Aleksandar Cuic from Robert Brown LLC advise clients about waivers of inadmissibility, obtaining asylum in the United States, and cancelling removal proceedings. Our specialty is handling all immigration matters with professionalism and dedication. All of our lawyers bring experience and skills to the team that benefit each case we handle.

Our firm founder, Robert Brown has five decades of experience. This experience began with his work as a special agent for the Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS), after which he became the deputy chief of investigations in Washington D.C. His work with the INS was instrumental to the development of the agency's I-9 compliance program. Since then, he has benefited our team with his drive for development and incorporating new ways to assist clients with immigration issues. If you are experiencing an issue with any immigration agency, then it is important to discuss your situation with a team of attorneys that can use their combined experienced to help you.

At Robert Brown LLC, we care about your situation and can help you pursue your highest aim, so contact our firm at your earliest convenience!

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