• Are you seeking an employment-based visa?
  • Do you qualify for Lawful permanent residency (LPR status) on the basis of a family relationship?
  • Are you eligible for an adjustment of status?
  • Are you at risk for removal?
  • Do you need a waiver of inadmissibility to overcome unlawful presence? Do you need guidance on the fastest and most secure pathway toward naturalization (citizenship)?

Any of these situations or similar circumstances mean it is time to consult with an immigration attorney to prevent errors, delays or penalties that can greatly affect your future.


Attorney Nancy B. NormanBased in Lynn, MA, the Law Offices of Horrigan and Norman serve clients throughout the North Shore and Greater Boston area. Under the Trump Administration, immigration law had become more complex and unpredictable. Attorney Norman strives to ensure that she is on the cutting edge as to constantly changing policies and new laws. Attorney Norman’s goal is to ensure her clients achieve their immigration status in the best manner possible under the existing immigration laws. The Biden Administration brings a lot of hope. Attorney Norman receives daily updates from the Administration on all immigration changes.

The following are descriptions of some common immigration issues:

Family based immigration – Family immigration is the primary basis for legal immigration to the United States
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Waivers of Inadmissibility & Waiver of Deportation – a waiver of inadmissibility is necessary when you have issues that make you ineligible to receive a visa.
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Asylum and Refugees – Refugee status is a form of protection that may be granted to people who meet the definition of refugee and who are of special humanitarian concern to the United States.
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Eligibility for Special Juvenile Immigrant Visas – You must meet all of the statutory requirements to be eligible for SIJ classification.
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Immigrant and non immigrant visas – Non-immigrants, unlike immigrants, enter the U.S. for a temporary period, and are in the U.S. for a specific reason
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Legal permanent residency – A Lawful permanent resident (LPR), also known as having a “green card”, is non-citizen who has been lawfully authorized to live permanently within the United States.
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Naturalization process – The naturalization process can seem overwhelming but every step of the way can be anticipated and prepared for so that delays are minimized.
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