Areas of Practice
The ability to work legally in the United States is a privilege that is sought after by nearly all competitive job-seekers around the world. The process utilized by the United States to ensure each alien seeking the opportunity to work legally is thorough, strict and requires supplying the U.S government with extensive supporting documentation from both the employer and the prospective employee. Please contact our firm for further information.
Defense against possible deportation/removal is perhaps one of the most stressful immigration processes. If you received a notice to appear before an immigration court, this means that you are already in removal proceedings. Please contact us right away.
Congress developed the U-Visa program in October of 2000 as a concerted response to the widespread problem of undocumented aliens’ failure to report violent or especially heinous crimes committed against their communities. The U-Visa’s main goal is to provide to aliens who have been the victims of horrendous crimes a chance at a more legitimate status by coming forward and reporting those crimes. Please contact us to determine whether you qualify for this form of relief
Applying for naturalization to become a U.S citizen is perhaps one of the proudest moments in a resident alien's life. But did you know that there are some people who may have acquired citizenship through their parents, grandparents or even step parents? Please contact our firm directly to discuss all the different ways a person can acquire U.S citizenship.
To obtain asylum through the affirmative asylum process you must be physically present in the United States. You may apply for asylum status regardless of how you arrived in the United States or your current immigration status. The process is time sensitive and requires extensive supporting documentation.
These waivers are amongst some of the most difficult to obtain without some sort of outside assistance. They are required by USCIS to waive certain grounds of inadmissibility including unlawful presence and entering using improper documentation. Please contact us to determine the best approach for you.
lawful permanent residence
LPR Status or a "Green Card" can be obtained by an individual in a variety of ways. Immigration through immediate family, work or as part of an adjustment from an already existing status are just a few of the things we will discuss when you come in for your consultation.
VAWA, or the Violence Against Women Act was created to protect noncitizens who are victims of abuse. If you are seeking lawful status and have been or are a victim of domestic violence, you may be able to pursue legal status without your abuser. Find out how by scheduling a consultation.
In order to obtain a fiancé visa, you must be a U.S. citizen, you must be both legally able to marry, and you must have met within the last two years (though there are some exceptions). The process can take up to nine months and be very complicated, especially at the consular processing state. Make sure you are prepared by talking with our firm about your case.