If you are a victim of domestic violence or another serious crime, you may be eligible for a U visa. To be eligible, you must have reported the crime to the police and cooperated in the investigation, and you must have suffered serious emotional or physical trauma.
U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents may petition for certain family members to immigrate to the United States. Our office can represent you throughout the process of your family petition from start to finish.
Many individuals are required to apply for "waivers" along with their visa applications, due to immigration or criminal issues they have had in the past. Our office will prepare a thoughtful, comprehensive waiver to help show USCIS why you deserve an immigration benefit.
CITIZENSHIP & NATURALIZATION
Applying for U.S. citizenship can be a confusing process, especially for those with complex immigration histories or criminal records. Please contact us for a consultation if you are considering applying for citizenship.
REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS ON RESIDENCY
Conditional lawful permanent residents need to request jointly with their petitioners to have the conditions "removed" on their residency two years after receiving their green cards. Individuals who are unable to petition jointly may request a waiver in certain circumstances. Our office can represent you in your joint petition, or with your waiver of the joint petition requirement.