Immigration Law

 

Our law firm helps individuals to apply for immigration benefits based on employment, family, or humanitarian grounds.  Our attorneys are ready to aggressively represent you in federal and immigration courts, as well as in government proceedings.

We are fully familiar with government immigration procedures and can help you avoid potential problems and delays in receiving the immigration benefits you qualify for.

We offer assistance in the following immigration cases:

 

Employment-Based Immigration

  • L, E, and O Visas: visas for small businesses, startups, investors, and persons extraordinary in their field
  • H-1B, H-3, and TN Visas: work visas for professionals
  • B Visas: business visitor visas
  • F, J, and M Visas: students, exchange visitors, and vocational students visas
  • Adjustment of Status & Permanent Residency: becoming a permanent resident of the U.S. (obtaining your “green card”) through the EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, and EB-5 categories
  • Naturalization: becoming a U.S. Citizen

 

Family-Based Immigration

  • Permanent Residency for Immediate Relatives: “green cards” available to immediate relatives (spouses, unmarried children under the age of 21, and parents) of U.S. Citizens
  • Permanent Residency for Family: “green cards” available to certain other relatives of U.S. citizens & permanent residents
  • Naturalization: becoming a U.S. Citizen
  • K Visas: K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa; K-3 Marriage Visa

 

Humanitarian-Based Immigration

  • DACA: “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”– a benefit available to certain undocumented individuals who entered the U.S. prior to June 15, 2007, before the age of 16 years, were under the age of 31 years as of June 15, 2012, and have graduated from high school or are currently enrolled in an educational institution
  • Asylum: a status available to certain individuals who fear persecution in their home countries based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group
  • U & T Visas: visas available to certain victims of crime or human trafficking
  • SIJS: “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status”– a status available to certain unmarried individuals under the age of 21 years who have been removed from the care and custody of at least one parent due to abuse, abandonment, or neglect, and have been made a dependent of a state court

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