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Our Services

Whether you are interested in immigrating to the United States permanently or you simply need a short-term visa for business, travel or for another reason, Hannaford Immigration Law can help you secure your visa or the proper immigration documentation you need to enter and stay in the United States. We are here to help you get the right visa for you as there are many rules and regulations attached to each visa type and you need to make sure the visa you choose allows you to do what you need to while you are in the United States. Here at Hannaford Immigration we aim to make this process as simple, convenient and as stress free as possible for you. So contact us today and we can get started in securing the right visa for you. Our services include but are not limited to:

Hannaford Immigration Law provides a full range of Immigration services so that we can assist you in meeting your needs, whatever they may be. You may already be in the United States and wish to adjust or change your status or you may be living abroad and wish to come to the United States. We can help you get the right visa so you are able to reach all of your goals in the U.S. Contact us today and we can help you prepare any necessary paperwork and prepare you for your visa interview in the United States, if one is necessary and or at the consulate in your country of residence.
There are so many different things that have to be considered when you are applying for a visa including your eligibility, if you are admissible or inadmissible, who if any one needs to petition for you to get that visa? You will find some answers to these questions by viewing our different services above but as each case is very dependent on your own individual circumstances and history I would recommend speaking with us today so we can fully evaluate your case.
Unfortunately not everyone will be able to choose the visa they apply for but if you can, one of the first things you want to consider when choosing your visa is what do you want the visa for? It may seem like an obvious answer to come to the United States or to stay in the U.S. but by making that decision you will start on the path to discovering which visa is the right one for you. If you would like to come to the United States for a limited time and or duration you will probably want to consider getting a non-immigrant visa. However if you would like to come to live and work in the United States permanently you will probably want to consider getting an immigrant visa, also commonly referred to as a green card.
Please review our services above for more details or contact us today so we can work with you to make sure you successfully navigate the immigration process.

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    Paul C. Hannaford, Esq.Principal Attorney


    Paul is now a U.S. citizen, however, he was initially born in Hong Kong, Paul with dual citizenship in both the United Kingdom and Ireland. and he has held both a non-immigrant visa and been a green card holder. As Paul has personal experience with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, he and can empathize in all matters relating to U.S. immigration. It was through these experiences that led him to become an Immigration Attorney.

    Upon graduating from law school in the UK, Paul worked in financial services with Merrill Lynch in Ireland before pursuing a legal career. He has worked in both criminal and civil law before devoting his attention and pursuing his passion by focusing solely on Immigration Law.

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