Fields Immigration Law, LLC
Experienced, Professional, Compassionate Immigration Lawyer in Anchorage
At Fields Immigration Law, we provide a full range of services related to family-based immigration, with a focus on helping United States citizens and permanent residents bring their fiancé(e)s and foreign family members to live in the U.S., obtain green cards, and become U.S. citizens once eligible.
At Fields Immigration Law, we provide high-quality service to each of our clients, and work to make the immigration process as transparent and smooth as possible.
Call today to set up a consultation in person at our Anchorage office, or by phone or video call. We serve clients throughout Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and around the world.
Office Location: 405 W. 36th Ave., 1st Floor, Anchorage, AK 99503
How may we help you?
We represent individuals, families, and employers in routine and complex immigration matters.
Our services include:
Family-Based Green CardsIndividuals legally admitted to the U.S. with a close family member who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR), may be eligible to apply for a green card or “adjust status” within the U.S. Learn More
Immigrant VisaU.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) may petition for certain family members in other countries to obtain immigrant visas and permanently live in the U.S.Learn More
K-1 Visas for Fiance(e)sU.S. citizens engaged to individuals from other countries may petition for their fiancé(e)s to obtain K-1 visas, which permit the foreign fiancé(e) to enter the U.S. for the purpose of marrying the U.S. citizen petitioner within 90 days. Learn More
Naturalization & CitizenshipPermanent residents who have had a green card for 5 years (or 3 years if married to a U.S. citizen) may be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship. This process has become far more challenging in recent years, and it’s important to consult an immigration attorney before applying. Learn More
Temporary Work VisasTemporary employment-based visas let employers hire citizens from other countries for a limited time. These include specific visas for religious workers, peak season employees, certain Canadian and Mexican professionals, entertainers and skilled performers, and entrepreneurs. Learn More
Humanitarian ReliefAsylum is available to individuals in the U.S. who fear persecution in their home countries due to race, membership in a particular social group, political opinion, religion, or national origin. Other forms of immigration relief are available to victims of serious crimes, human trafficking, and individuals subjected to abuse by U.S. citizens or LPR relatives. Learn More