Our immigration attorneys help individuals navigate the complex and ever-changing United States immigration laws. We understand people face unique challenges in entering and remaining in the U.S. We can help you overcome those challenges by advocating for you and your family members before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). We welcome the opportunity to assist you and your family as you transition to living in the United States.
Green card for relatives
Work and travel authorization requests
B visa- visit for business or pleasure
F visa- Student visa and work authorization
Derivative visas for spouses and children of temporary workers
Affirmative Asylum - file application with USCIS within one year of entering the U.S.
Defensive Asylum - for clients currently in removal proceedings in immigration courts throughout the U.S.
T visa - victims of human trafficking
U visa - victims of criminal activity in U.S.
VAWA - victims of domestic violence
Requests for permission to work legally in the U.S.
Applications for a temporary visa or green card from U.S. consulates overseas