Bringing Your Family Together Through Effective Legal Representation
Keeping families together, or helping to reunite them, is one of the most rewarding parts of working as an immigration attorney. Whether you are fighting to ensure your loved one can stay in the United States or are working to bring relatives into the country, we are here to help. We offer assistance with the following types of immigration cases:
Filing the proper petitions for a visa or permanent residency for your parents, children, siblings, spouse, or fiancé(e) can be very complicated and it is only a small portion of what is involved in a case. Even small mistakes can cause significant delays or denials of the petition, and could even result in removal from the country. Getting experienced legal help with Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas (IR-1, IR-2, IR-3, IR-4, IR-5), Family Preference Immigrant Visas (F1, F2, F3, F4), Returning Resident Immigrant Visas (SB), or any other type of visa is critical for your success. The same mistakes can delay your application filed within the U.S., so it is very important to get the help of an experienced immigration attorney to help you navigate it.
We have years of experience guiding our clients through the processes involved. We follow up and keep you up-to-date throughout the process, and we jump right in if something changes or does not go according to your plan. We will work closely with you to ensure the entire process goes as smoothly as possible for you and your loved ones.
Citizenship & Naturalization
For many people, the citizenship and naturalization process is the final step in a long journey. However, few people know that before a naturalization case is approved, the government is looking at the entire immigration history to make sure the applicant was rightfully granted the green card. We will help ensure this important step is handled correctly from beginning to end so that you do not have to worry about anything. We have helped hundreds of people become naturalized citizens of the United States, and we would be honored to help you, too.
If you or a loved one has been rejected for a visa or other immigration status, we can help. Our experienced and passionate team will examine your unique situation and help determine what type of waivers you need to move forward with the immigration process. Do not let the often-strict requirements of the USCIS prevent you or your loved ones from living in the United States. Let us help you with inadmissibility waivers, hardship waivers, criminal waivers, and abuse waivers (VAWA). If applicable to your case, we will explain what each of these are, and which one is right for your situation.
Here for You and Your Loved Ones
Nothing is more important than family, and the thought of being separated from them can be unbearable. When the immigration process seems daunting, we will be there to help you every step of the way. Please contact us to set up a consultation and discuss your options today.