Our immigration practice areas include family-based, employment-based, individual and victim-based (U/T Visa, VAWA) immigration and naturalization law, as well as removal / deportation defense, and other forms of humanitarian relief. Services include the full preparation and filing of cases for consular processing (of non-immigrant and immigrant visas), Adjustment of Status (the “green card”), Naturalization (U.S. citizenship), employer or self-petitions, and other matters such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Parole in Place, and affirmative or defensive Asylum. We offer a range of services, from full preparation of casework and representation at hearings (if any) to document review. We may help you through the entire process or “un-bundle” our services according to your needs.
We also assist clients to create “Action and Emergency Preparedness Plans” regarding their constitutional rights, what to do in the event you encounter police, ICE, or face detention, and completion of Power of Attorney forms for childcare. international travel with minor children, and finances. We provide training on employer rights concerning ICE workplace raids, and Form I-9 compliance.
Since immigration law is federal, attorneys admitted to practice in any U.S. state may represent clients from anywhere in the nation. For this reason we can serve clients locally and nationally on immigration matters. Our use of technology helps keep clients well-informed about their cases regardless of their location. We also present on immigration topics to community groups, law firms, businesses, churches, and other organizations. We will alter the presentation length and content depending on your needs.