U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law is a vast and incredibly complicated ever-changing body of law and procedures, often encompassing aspects of criminal, family, tax, and other bodies of U.S. and foreign law. To better serve our clients, we’re narrowly focused on the following aspects of immigration law:
Immigration options for families
All aspects of family based immigration including immigrant visas for spouses and other relatives of U.S. citizens and permanent residents, K visas for fiancées and spouses of U.S. citizens, removal of conditions for spouses and children granted conditional residency, and adjustment of status for those eligible to adjust. We can also help you with any associated waivers–including provisional waivers–that may be necessary to realize the American dream, including waivers for unlawful presence (3 and 10-year bars), certain crimes, misrepresentation, and prior deportations or removals.
We can represent you in immigration court. The U.S. government can place a non-citizen in removal proceedings for many reasons, including the commission of certain crimes, having lied to immigration authorities, for not qualifying for some immigration benefit, or for having violated the immigration laws. Removal proceedings are a delicate matter so please consult us as early as possible.
Citizenship and Naturalization
This includes citizenship for adults and children derived from U.S. citizen parents, naturalization (including naturalization with past criminal history), and U.S. passports.
There are many special programs, often of limited duration, that we can help you with, including DACA or deferred action, Cuban adjustment, NACARA, TPS, and the preservation of Western Hemisphere Priority Dates.
Don’t yet know if we can help you? Call us. We can tell you over the phone if we handle your type of case.