Fight and win a grant of asylum. Foreign nationals with a genuine reason to fear returning to their home country due to persecution based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, and membership in a particular social group.
Adjustment of Status
The process of changing from a non-immigrant immigration status (such as a student, tourist, etc.) to a permanent resident (green card holder).
Marriage Green Cards
Applying for residence through marrying a US citizen.
Family Based Immigration and Green Cards
US citizens petitioning for parents, children or siblings and permanent residents applying for green cards for their relatives can receive supportive assistance through the immigration process.
To obtain a green card based on a family relationship, the beneficiary must be either in either the immediate family of family preference categories.
The purpose of Form I-130 is to establish an eligible relationship so that the relative may apply for a green card.
When applying for residence through marrying a US citizen, a USCIS officer will often conduct a “Stokes Interview” of the foreign national and their petitioning spouse. Be fully prepared.
Our strong litigation practice centered around immigration removal proceedings in immigration courts can help you receive the relief from removal that you seek. Successful litigation of non-citizen’s claims in immigration court, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), federal district courts and circuit courts of appeal.
VAWA - Abused Spouse Petition
Filing petitions under the Violence Against Women Act with sensitivity and care. These petitions are not available to both men and women who have suffered abuse at the hands of their U.S. Citizen husbands or wives.
Representation for applicants for naturalization and derivative citizenship
Counseling in the variety of ways to get your green card
Successful litigation of appeals in the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), federal district courts and circuit courts of appeal.
TPS – Temporary Protected Status
If your country was affected by a natural disaster or civil strife, you may be eligible to stay in the U.S. and receive both employment and travel authorization through. Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
Employment Authorization Documents (EAD)
Non-U.S. citizens can legally and confidently work and file taxes in the U.S. while navigating immigration issues.