U.S. Immigration Law deals with the legal rights, duties and obligations of aliens in the United States. According to US Immigration Law, an “alien” is a person who is not an American citizen who has come in United States either temporary or permanently.
It is the immigration attorney’s role to help clients in obtaining a US work visa, for example, or other type of visa, permanent residency or naturalization, or to adopt a child from another country.
We specialize in the following areas of immigration law:
1. Eligibility to Permanent Residency in US:
– Family Based Petitions
– Employment Based Petitions (Business Immigration)
– Investor Petitions (EB-5 Investor Visa)
– Other Miscellaneous Categories
2. Naturalization – the process through which a legal permanent resident becomes an American citizen
3. Representation in Removal Proceedings (Deportation)
4. Asylum applications
5. We have also helped clients with Consular processing or visa extensions. Document translation and notarization are offered for your convenience.
“Crimigration” – The effect of criminal conviction upon your immigration status
Whether you already have a criminal conviction or you have been arrested, charged or involved in a criminal trial, you must know how these instances affect your immigration status.
Unless you are a US Citizen, you must be very concerned with your future immigration status and the possibility of losing your status in United States if you find yourself in one of the situations mentioned above.
Many times, if you seek an attorney advice AFTER your conviction, it is too late. Therefore we urge you to call us as soon as possible so that we can work with you from the early stages of your arrest, charge or pending trial, whether you are already represented by a criminal attorney or not. This is very important for your future residency in United States.