OUR OFFICE HAS EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE HANDLING MANY TYPES OF IMMIGRATION CASES
- Family based petitions and business type cases
- Cancellation of Removal (deportations and removal)
- Visas and Work Permits
- Asylum Claims
- Complete Adjustment Petitions (Green Card/Legal Permanent Residency Card)
- Consulate Processing
- Employment Petitions
- EB-2 Investor Treaty Visas
As a full service office, we offer the following to assist with your individual immigration legal needs:
Family-based immigration — We have years of experience preparing the documents necessary for lawful permanent residence (green cards), fiancée visas and petitions for immediate family members from most countries around the world.
Removal (deportation) — We have extensive experience with removal proceedings and often appear before immigration courts for issues including asylum applications, overstay matters and criminal issues affecting immigration status.
Waivers — We have successfully prepared waivers for clients with criminal convictions, overstay of status issues, or who can demonstrate extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen immediate family member.
Investor Visas — We can help you obtain business and corporate visas, including labor certifications, E-2 treaty trader/investor visas, H-2b temporary or seasonal worker visas. We work in conjunction to prepare corporate documents, and negotiate, draft or review leases, deeds or other contracts for foreign investors.
Specialized Visas — Our office offers single visas such as religious worker visas, student visas VAWA (Victim of Domestic Violence) applications, J (exchange visitor) visas, and U (Victim of Crime) Visas.
Citizenship and Naturalization — After an individual has been a Legal Permanent Resident for five years, you may be eligible to become a naturalized citizen. Our office may assist you with the preparation of the N-400 for citizenship and to obtain certificates of naturalization. Our office prepares the complete packet, in which includes all the necessary accompanying documentation to ensure your application
success. An experienced immigration attorney will accompany you to the interview included in the service.
Administrative and Federal Appeals
Under certain circumstances, an application or petition may be revoked or denied by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). You may have appealable rights. Our immigration appeals practice strategizes the best course of action in order to achieve the positive results for you. As a full-service law firm, we assist our clients with a wide variety of administrative and federal immigration appeals, including asylum appeals, BIA appeals, appeals of denial of naturalization/citizenship, adjustment of status and petitions for alien relatives and workers.
Depending on the petition or application that was denied, we can help you either file a Motion to Reopen/Reconsider or submit an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) under the jurisdiction of USCIS, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) under the jurisdiction of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). We also help clients appeal final decisions in federal courts throughout the United States. If you believe you have an appealable legal issue, contact our office in order to timely and properly file an appeal on your behalf. Our associates are admitted to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States