Criminal Defense With Immigration Consequence

  • If a non-citizen is accused of committing a crime, he or she needs the advice of an experienced attorney regarding immigration consequences
  • The time to find out what's going to happen is before a criminal defendant agrees to accept a plea bargain. Many times an accused person is simply focusing on avoiding or getting out of jail, when there is a much worse consequence awaiting shortly thereafter - having to face an immigration judge
  • Explore the consequences of a guilty plea and possible alternatives before it's too late

Deportation Defense In Removal Proceedings

  • If you have received a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, you need an experienced immigration attorney who knows how to fight for you
  • Deportation defense is a specialized area of law. Not every attorney who calls himself an immigration attorney is actually skillful in representing clients before an Immigration Judge
  • If someone has already been ordered deported, there may be hope to overturn the order of removal by filing an appeal or seeking other measures. It is important to act quickly after a judge has issued an order of removal so as to maximize the chances of getting a positive outcome.

Responses to RFEs and Appeals

  • Dept. of Homeland Security USCIS
  • ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement)
  • U.S. Immigration Court
  • B.I.A. (Board of Immigration Appeals)
  • U.S. Courts of Appeals

Green Card Application (Immigrant Visas)

  • We assist in all types of immigrant visa applications
  • Family, Investor EB-5, Employment-Based, and those with Extraordinary Talent and Abilities
    We do not provide sponsors/petitioners - we are not an employment agency. We do not endorse any specific EB-5 projects

Non-Immigrant Visas ​​

  • We assist in a variety of Non-immigrant visa applications
  • There are many types of visas that allow entry into the U.S.
    However, it is very important that the visa type match the person's true intention in coming to the U.S.
  • If a visa has been refused or revoked, we may be able to challenge the denial action


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