Sports Visas For Cycling Athletes
Queen City Immigration Law is available in Charlotte, NC and Cleveland, OH to help you obtain your sports visa. Our experts can provide you with information on how best to go about applying for your visa. For example, in some cases it can be beneficial to strike up a relationship with USA Cycling or the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), two prominent cycling organizations, in order to have a better chance at getting a visa. In other cases, this may not be plausible, and so we’d advise you on a better path. Additionally, we’re able to help your coach or trainer obtain a visa if they need one. We want to make sure that all of your team can legally compete and work in the United States.
At Queen City Immigration Law, we provide personalized service that’s unlike many other law firms. Here you’ll be connected directly to one of our professional lawyers instead of handed off to a paralegal. All of our members are well-versed in immigration law, and so can guide you through the visa application process with ease. So, if you’re a cycling athlete planning to compete in the United States, don’t hesitate. Schedule an appointment today.
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