Immigration Law

Immigration Law

Immigration law has been a very important headline in the news recently with the new presidential administration. Laws are always changing and with those changes can come consequences or opportunities for immigrants. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) are the set of laws that control all matters related to immigration and deportation. Whether you are applying to become a citizen or facing deportation charges, you should consult with an immigration attorney. 

United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) is in charge of dealing with all applications that are submitted on behalf of immigrants. If you are trying to get a work visa or a student visa, USCIS will receive your paperwork and make their decision. If a United States Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident marries a foreigner, they can now petition to bring their loved one into the country. This process will also be done with USCIS. It’s important to hire an experienced immigration lawyer to help you prepare the applications and get them approved.

If a loved one is in Deportation Proceedings, they will go in front of an Immigration Judge. The Immigration Court is part of the Department of Justice. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) while be trying to deport the immigrant so It’s important to analyze the situation to see if there is a way that deportation can be avoided.

Whether a loved one is in deportation proceedings or if you would like to bring an individual into this country. You should speak with an experienced Immigration attorney who can help you find the best solution. Contact us to discuss your immigration situation and how we can help.

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Citizenship and Naturalization

Legal Permanent Resident (Green Card)

DACA (Dream Act)

Deportation Proceedings

Visas