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Practice Areas

Do you have an immigration issue but have no clue where to begin?

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We Specialize in these Categories





Deportation Defense

  • Fraud/Misrepresentation

    Navigating the complexities of immigration can sometimes involve addressing instances of fraud or misrepresentation. Fraud and Misrepresentation Waivers serve as a critical avenue for individuals facing these challenges, providing an opportunity for those who may have provided false information or committed acts of deceit during the immigration process...


    Unlock the doors to stability and opportunity with our Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) services. Our expert team navigates the complexities of the immigration landscape, guiding you through the process of obtaining and maintaining green card status

  • Streamline your immigration journey with our Removal of Conditions services. If you obtained conditional permanent residency through marriage, our expert team assists you in petitioning for the removal of conditions on your green card. We provide tailored guidance, ensuring the submission of compelling evidence to showcase the legitimacy of your marital relationship. 

  • The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Petition is a critical legal tool designed to empower survivors of domestic violence, abuse, or mistreatment. Under VAWA, eligible individuals, including both women and men, have the opportunity to self-petition for immigration benefits without relying on their abusive U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse or parent.

  • The journey to a marriage-based green card is a significant chapter in the lives of couples seeking to build a life together in the United States. This immigration process allows foreign spouses of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents to obtain permanent residency, fostering family unity. Navigating the complexities of the application process involves demonstrating the authenticity of the marital relationship. This pathway not only grants legal status but also symbolizes the commitment to a shared future. Understanding the intricacies of the marriage-based green card process is crucial for couples embarking on this transformative endeavor to establish a stable and harmonious life in the U.S.

  • NAFTA Professionals, under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), represent a specialized category of individuals with unique skills and qualifications. This provision allows citizens of Canada and Mexico to work in the United States in designated professions, fostering cross-border collaboration. Commonly referred to as the TN visa category, this arrangement streamlines the entry process for professionals, ranging from engineers to accountants. Understanding the nuances of NAFTA Professionals is essential for employers and individuals alike, facilitating the exchange of expertise and talent across North American borders.

  • R Visas, commonly known as Religious Worker Visas, play a crucial role in facilitating the temporary entry of foreign nationals into the United States for religious work. This specialized visa category, including R-1 visas for religious workers and R-2 visas for their dependents, aims to support religious organizations by allowing them to bring in qualified individuals to serve in various capacities. Understanding the intricacies of the R Visa process is essential for both religious institutions seeking to sponsor workers and individuals dedicated to contributing their religious expertise in the U.S. This pathway reflects the nation's commitment to religious freedom and cross-cultural exchange.

  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a humanitarian program designed to provide temporary relief to individuals from countries facing extraordinary and temporary conditions. This U.S. immigration benefit allows eligible nationals of designated countries to live and work in the United States during times of armed conflict, environmental disasters, or other exceptional circumstances. TPS offers a vital lifeline, allowing individuals to remain temporarily in the U.S. until it is safe for them to return to their home countries. Understanding the criteria and implications of TPS is crucial for those navigating the complexities of immigration during times of crisis.

  • Victims of Criminal Activities

    U Visas play a pivotal role in addressing crimes committed against individuals who are victims of serious criminal activities, providing a pathway for them to seek protection in the United States. Intended for victims of qualifying crimes such as domestic violence, sexual assault, or human trafficking, U Visas offer temporary immigration relief, allowing survivors to cooperate with law enforcement without fear of deportation. This humanitarian visa category reflects the commitment to supporting victims and enhancing public safety by encouraging the reporting and prosecution of criminal activities. Understanding the eligibility criteria and benefits of U Visas is essential for those seeking protection in the aftermath of criminal victimization.

  • Human or Labor Trafficking

    T Visas represent a humanitarian pathway within the U.S. immigration system, specifically designed for victims of human trafficking. These visas provide a lifeline for individuals who have been subjected to severe forms of trafficking, offering protection and an opportunity to rebuild their lives in the United States. T Visa holders are granted temporary legal status and can eventually apply for permanent residency. Understanding the significance of T Visas is crucial, as they reflect the commitment to combat human trafficking and offer support to survivors seeking safety and a new beginning.

  • Deportation defense is a legal strategy aimed at safeguarding the rights and status of individuals facing removal from the United States. In the complex landscape of immigration law, this form of advocacy involves challenging deportation orders, presenting legal arguments, and exploring avenues for relief. Deportation defense attorneys work tirelessly to navigate the intricacies of each case, advocating for their clients' rights and striving to prevent the often life-altering consequences of deportation. Understanding the importance of deportation defense is crucial for individuals navigating the challenges of immigration enforcement and seeking a fair and just resolution to their immigration status.
  • Visitor's visas, commonly known as B-1 (for business) and B-2 (for tourism), open the door to temporary visits to the United States for individuals around the world. These non-immigrant visas allow foreign nationals to explore the diverse landscapes, engage in business activities, or visit family and friends within the U.S. Navigating the application process requires a clear understanding of eligibility criteria, supporting documentation, and the intended duration of stay. Whether you're planning a leisurely trip, attending business meetings, or visiting loved ones, the Visitor's Visa serves as a gateway to experiencing the richness of American culture. This introductory statement aims to shed light on the key aspects of Visitor's Visas, providing valuable insights for those looking to embark on a temporary journey to the United States.
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