Although the DREAM Act has yet to be passed into law, our firm has helped a number of young men and women with obtaining Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the opportunity to work legally in the United States without fear of deportation.
We assist sponsors and their family members with a range of family-based immigration issues, including I-130 immigrant petitions, marriage-based visas, fiancé visas, parent-child petitions, and sibling petitions.
We have vast experience helping people file for adjustment of status. Whether it be that you are applying as an asylee to get a green card or whether you are transitioning from a visa to a green card, we can help you through your legalization process.
There are dozens of visas and it can be difficult to know which type is best for you and your family. We can help you understand your visa options and help you with the visa application process.
There are three major types of visas for the victims of crimes: U visas for the victims of certain crimes, T visas for the victims of human trafficking, and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) visas. We are here to help identify which of these would be your best option to obtain legal status.
We can assist you with advanced parole documents that may allow you to re-enter the United States even if you do not have a valid visa at the time.
If you are not allowed in the United States for a reason defined in the Immigration and Nationality Act, including past criminal charges or past immigration violations, you must apply for a waiver before you can apply for a visa. We can assist you with this application process.
If you were married to a U.S. citizen at the time of his or her death, you may still apply for a green card and permanent residency under certain circumstances. Similarly, even though a parent, child or sibling of yours petitioned for you but passed away, your case may not be lost. We can guide you through this process.
Whether you already have a green card or whether you are just starting to explore the avenues to becoming a naturalized citizen, we can help.