We assist clients in applying for I-601 waivers, which can forgive certain grounds of inadmissibility, helping them obtain a visa or green card despite past immigration violations or other issues.
We help U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents file marriage based petitions to sponsor their foreign-born spouses for a green card, guiding them through the complex process and requirements.
We provide legal support for clients seeking a K1 fiance(e) visa, helping them meet the necessary requirements and navigate the application process to bring their foreign-born fiance(e) to the United States.
Our legal team provides guidance and support to clients during their immigration interviews, preparing them for potential questions and ensuring they present their case effectively.
We provide legal assistance for various humanitarian immigration applications, including asylum, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), and other forms of relief, supporting clients who seek protection from persecution or humanitarian crises.
Our attorneys represent clients seeking asylum in the United States, helping them build a strong case to prove they have a well-founded fear of persecution based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
We guide clients through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) application process, helping abused spouses, children, or parents of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents obtain immigration relief and protection.
Our team assists clients in requesting humanitarian reinstatement for previously revoked or terminated family-based visa petitions due to the petitioner's death, helping to reunite families and secure their immigration status.
We help victims of certain crimes who have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse and are helpful to law enforcement, obtain U nonimmigrant visas, allowing them to remain in the United States and potentially qualify for lawful permanent residence.
We help clients apply for unlawful presence waivers, allowing them to overcome the inadmissibility bars for unlawful presence in the United States and pursue a green card or other immigration benefits.