Practice Areas


Naturalization & Citizenship

Naturalization and Citizenship law can be very complex. However, nothing is more rewarding than seeing someone acquire US Citizenship or finally have their “US Citizenship” recognized by the US Government. Our clients are generally people who have attempted to file, but were denied due to improper process, misapplication of the law, or criminal histories. Our office […]

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Naturalization & Citizenship

Green Card

A Green Card is a common term referring to Lawful Permanent Residency status of a foreign national. Many believe that you can bypass a Green Card and directly apply for US Citizenship. However, just because you marry a US Citizen or have a family member who is a US Citizen, that does not mean you […]

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Green Card

K-1 Fiance Visa

The K visa is commonly known as the K-1 Fiance Visa or the K-3 Spousal Visa. A Fiance can come from many parts of the world. How you met this person you plan to marry is very fun and beautiful. Our usual clients are Service Members who met their significant other abroad while on deployment […]

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Fiance Visa

Military Parole in Place

Parole in Place is a special Military waiver of unlawful presence and illegal entry to the United States. However, this waiver is only available to the Spouse, Child, or Parent of an Armed Forces Member, regardless of branch and whether the soldier is active duty, reserve, or a veteran. Our Immigration Law Firm has tremendous […]

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Military Parole in Place

J1 Visa Waiver

A J1 Visa is a special type of Visa that allows Interns, Hospitality and Hotel, Public School Teachers, and Other Professionals to come to the United States for a few days and up to 5 years, depending on the underlying program. However, many J-1 visa holders have a residency requirement placed if their profession or […]

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J1 Visa Waiver

Removal & Deportation

Removal and Deportation are synonymous, they have the same meaning. The act of “deportation” occurs from an order by the federal government to have an immigrant “removed” from the United States. A Deportation Order can be issued for many different reasons, but generally, it is due to committing a criminal act or being in the […]

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Removal & Deportation

Other Immigration Services

Our Law Office has performed numerous Immigration Services. Below is a brief list of very common Immigration Filings. Removal of Condition on Residence R-1 Religious Worker Visa DACA: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Employment Authorization Affidavit of Support Waivers: Unlawful Presence, Criminal Acts, Deportation, and Removal U Visa – Victims of Crimes Schedule a Consultation

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