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Immigration Services

Immigration laws in the United States are complex and exceedingly difficult to navigate. Policies, injunctions, presidential proclamations, travel bans, executive orders, and the like from the current administration are interrupting people’s possibilities of legalizing in the United States. We are equipped to handle immigration matters in this ever-changing political landscape. Contact us for a consultation with our attorney.

Handling all realms of immigration law:

  • Naturalization
    • Applications and representation for U.S. Citizenship
    • Derivation of citizenship to minors or adult family members
    • Attendance to interviews
    • Renewals of permanent resident cards
  • Family-Based Immigration
    • Adjustment of status “green card” applications under many categories
    • Petitions through US citizen / permanent resident spouses
    • Petitions through US citizen sons and daughters
    • Petitions through US citizen siblings
    • Petitions through US citizen fiancé
    • Widow(er) Petitions
    • Attendance to interviews
  • Employment-based Immigration
    • NAFTA Professionals from Canada and Mexico (Initial and Renewals)
    • L visas for intracompany transferees for Executives and Managers
    • L visa for intracompany transferees for Specialized Knowledge Workers
    • L visas for spouses and children
    • Adjustment of status “green card” applications through employers
    • H1-B applications for foreign workers in Specialty Occupations
  • Victims of Crimes
    • U visa applications for victims of criminal activity in the United States
    • T visa applications for victims of human trafficking
    • VAWA applications for victims of domestic violence by spouses and children
  • Alternative forms of relief
    • Change or extension of status
    • DACA Renewals
    • TPS renewals
    • Renewals of work permits
    • FOIA requests with USCIS, DHS, CBP, FBI, DOS
    • Motions to Reopen and Reconsider before USCIS
    • Parole for spouses or parents of US military members
  • Consular process
    • Applications for immigrant and non-immigrant visas for clients from all over the world
    • Preparing for interviews abroad in consular offices around the globe
  • Waivers
    • Waivers based on unlawful presence, bars, or past criminal activity
  • Removal Defense
    • Representation before immigration courts
    • Asylum, Withholding of Removal, and Protection under Convention Against Torture
    • Cancellation of Removal for permanent residents and for non-permanent residents
    • Appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)