Our firm is dedicated exclusively to immigration law and nothing else. We feel we have assembled a team of immigration professionals with a depth and breadth of experience on par with any in the region. For years, our team has helped citizens and permanent residents reunite with their families, whether through consular processing or applying for residency in the United States.
We have particular experience in litigation matters, including removal defense before the immigration courts and appellate work before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the federal circuit courts of appeal. If necessary, we sue the government in federal district court to ensure the rights of our clients are respected and the immigration agencies tow the line.
For nearly a decade, we have acquired experience in the most relevant immigration courts for our clients, including those in Memphis, Louisiana, Kansas City and Dallas, representing clients in bond proceedings, cancellation of removal, asylum and any other deportation-related matter.
Regardless of the case, we work with our clients to accomplish their goals. We explain the law as clearly as possible so our clients understand where the process is taking them and it is never a burden to answer questions. We do everything we can to obtain a favorable result, and if we cannot, we fight to the end.
We get out in the community as well, taking advantage of opportunities to participate in seminars, public events, fairs and any other event that allows us to inform and educate so everyone, whether they want to hire us or not, is as informed as possible in order to take the necessary steps to protect their interests and move the conversation about immigration forward.
Immigration law is complex and every case is unique. In many instances, your immigration history in the United States is more than a history of visas and border crossing, but the story of your life as well. Some are tempted to take shortcuts and seek out the lawyer or notario who will prepare their applications as quickly and cheaply as possible. These solutions frequently fail to address many individual circumstances which may exist, often resulting in adverse consequences. We urge caution in using these approaches.
Your case should be treated as a unique case, because it is as unique as you are. Careful, meaningful preparation will ensure the most positive results when applying for any immigration benefit, be it a family petition, a U visa, or a work permit renewal.
Circumstances which may need to be addressed in your situation may include the following:
- The history of your entries and exits to and from the United States
- Your family relationships
- Your employment history
- Your criminal history (if any)
- Analyzing past petitions or applications filed by you or on your behalf
- Reviewing any prior contact you have had with immigration agencies
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