Immigration is a complex area of federal law governed under the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) and United States Codes (U.S.C.). It takes an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to navigate through this complex process to secure the best possible status for a person to sponsor an alien that wishes to stay in the United States.
Sponsorship and Petitions
Our office can help persons obtain a temporary visa, attain permanent residence (through marriage, relatives, employment, investment, asylum and the green card lottery), adjust status to become an U.S. citizen, and defend you in immigration removal proceedings against the Department of Homeland Security by exploring all forms of relief.
Our Law Office is one of the very few law firms that is both experienced and knowledgeable regarding Criminal and Immigration cross-over cases to help persons who are not U.S. Citizens who are charged or convicted of a crime to deal with immigration and removal consequences.
Criminal Convictions and Deportation
Criminal activity may result in a variety of immigration consequences for aliens. Crimes may be grounds for inadmissibility which prohibit an aliens admission to the United States as a non-immigrant or immigrant. See 8 U.S.C8 U.S.C. 1182 (listing grounds of inadmissibility). Crimes may also serve as grounds of deportation which result in an aliens removal from the United States. See 8 U.S.C. 1227 (listing grounds of deportation). Finally, crimes may render an alien ineligible for certain forms of relief from removal.
Our offices have multi-lingual staff that can assist aliens with complex immigration issues and deportation defenses. Call us immediately if your loved one has no legal status and is arrested or being charged with a crime.