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Immigration Services Chicago

Ray Law Immigration Services offer everything you’ll need from start to finish. Beginning with our free 15-minute phone consultation, we learn if your particular needs will be well served by our team. After learning about you and meeting in person, clear next steps are drafted to help you collect and complete all the extra details needed to submit your application. Whether you are personally immigrating for work, are hoping to bring a family member/fiancé(e) or need assistance coordinating a defense for your RFE, Ray Law is here for your essential immigration services. See our Expertise page for more information.

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Ray Law International, PC

35 East Wacker Drive

Suite 650

Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: (312) 546-5116
Fax: (312) 782.4519

Email: info@raylawinternational.com

Ray Law Advantage: Like immigration GPS. You are on the fastest route.

Latest Immigration News

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  • The Trump administration has tried, repeatedly, to alter the laws regarding immigration without much success. While their attempts have stagnated in various appeal courts, they have- quietly- been able to affect significant changes through the use of administrative policy changes at the United States Citizenship......

 
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