The United States is a nation of immigrants. Whether one considers it a "melting pot" of cultures blended together or a mosaic of unique identities, America is continually enriched by new arrivals to its shores.

Of course, getting there is not always easy.

Most UK citizens can travel freely under the Visa Waiver Program for brief visits, but not all; for extended visits, business ventures, job postings, and permanent resettlement, you need the proper visa--and that means a visit to the US Embassy in London or the Consulate in Belfast. 

And, if you happen to be among those whom the US government considers "inadmissible," you are going to need a waiver, too.

We can help.

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Experience with a personal touch

SDH US Immigration Law, Ltd. is the US visa, immigration, and citizenship law practice of 
Steven D. Heller.  Steven has been practicing US immigration law for over 20 years--as an advocate and as a USCIS and INS officer (on both sides of the Atlantic--including assignments to headquarters in Washington DC and, more recently, at the US Embassy in London).  Steven understands the personal element of immigration, which is not limited to family matters, but includes large and small businesses, investors, and anyone who has to seek permission to enter the United States. As a solo practice, we deliver personalized service to meet your individual needs.
Whether you are seeking to bring family or business to the United States, we can advise you on options and processes, and assist with immigration petitioning and visa applications. If you have been denied opportunities in the past, we can review your situation and, where warranted, assist with appeals or other applications.

UK and Beyond As a UK-based practice, we are pleased to be accessible to people in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, but equally accommodating to those further afield--readily accessible by Skype or Facetime.

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Notwithstanding pronouncements from the Trump administration, the US has a proud tradition of welcoming refugees and immigrants.
To learn more and to support American immigration, visit the American Immigration Council