A Notice to Appear is the official charging document, or notice, that a client is in proceedings to be removed from the United States. Clients must attend all hearings as indicated in the notice to avoid removal from the United States.
Deferred action may be available, particularly for those who have minimal criminal history. This protective status allows you to work and live in the United States for a specified time, and it may include greater numbers of undocumented immigrants in the future.
Numerous requirements must be met to obtain the privileges of U.S. Citizenship. These requirements include a certain period of presence in the United States, English language requirements, and findings of good moral character.
Commonly referred to as the 10-year-rule, this option to terminate your removal proceedings may be available if you have compelling ties to the United States. This form of relief takes into account length of stay and family ties to the United States.
Marriage visas require both extensive documentation and several interviews. USCIS also has requirements including financial sponsorship and a clean immigration history. An attorney can guide you and help with waivers as needed.
Certain young people, who have been neglected, abused, or abandoned by one or both of their parents, may be eligible for this special protective status. This status requires appearances in the Probate and Immigration courts, as well as before USCIS.
We will meet with you regularly to best understand your goals in the United States and select the most appropriate form of relief. We understand that coming to a new country, or helping a loved one arrive or stay in a new country, can present a host of issues. Our experience with immigrants from many parts of the world informs our practice and prepares us well to work together with you.
The immigration system provides a host of opportunities for those who wish to live in the United States. Among this system are many pitfalls. Our immigration services will help you avoid the pitfalls that many have experienced in working with the immigration agency and the immigration court.