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Our attorneys are able to impact the lives of individuals, including petitioning on behalf of people seeking asylum, filing for a visa for a spouse or fiancé to join a loved in the United States or trying immigration cases in the courtroom.
We know that some cases are more difficult than others, but in addition to typical immigration issues, we focus on complicated immigration cases: those that involve criminal records, long waiting times or dead cases. We look forward to helping you resolve your immigration issue.
The year 2013 began bringing good news to the immigrant community in the United States.
On January 2nd Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the final rule that reduces the time that citizens are separated from their immediate relatives (parents, spouses and children) who entered illegally and are in the process of obtaining a visa to adjust their current immigration status in the U.S. consulate of their home countries.
The final rule establishes a process that allows certain individuals to request a provisional waiver of unlawful presence and to know the results of the waiver request before leaving the United States to attend the immigrant visa interview in their countries.
The above process will be effective on March 4, 2013, when the eligibility criteria will be more specific and I601A form will be published.
It is important that you obtain advice from an immigration attorney who can guide you in the process of collection of documents that will be used to try to qualify for this benefit, any mistake can be fatal. Our attorneys and paralegals are trained to help you. Call us and consult with us.
bond hearings, removal proceedings, Habeas Corpus in Federal Courts, Appeals to Board of Immigration Appeals.