Adjustment of Status
For persons who cant become legal permanent residents of the United States
without having to go abroad and apply for a visa.
For persons who can become legal permanent residents only by going abroad and obtaining an immigrant Visa thru a consulate.
Removal of Condition (I-751 Applications)
For a conditional resident who obtained status through marriage to apply to remove the conditions on his or her residence.
Processes thru which Legal Permanent Residents that qualify to become US Citizens may apply if they meet certain legal requirements.
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
A special law created to protect and grant immigrant benefits to women who have been victims of domestic or sexual abuse. It also extends to sexual harassment. Victims may qualify to become Legal Permanent Residents.
For persons who has suffered substantial physical or mental abuse due to a criminal activity in at least one of the following categories: rape, torture, trafficking, incest, domestic violence, sexual assault, abusive sexual contact, prostitution, sexual exploitation, female genital mutilation, hostage situations, peonage, false imprisonment, involuntary servitude, slave trade, kidnapping, abduction, unlawful criminal restraint, blackmail, extortion, manslaughter, murder, felonious assault, witness tampering, obstruction of justice, perjury or attempt, conspiracy, or solicitation to commit any of the above mentioned crimes.
Victims may be able to apply for immigration benefits, if they qualify.
Individuals being persecuted in their home countries may apply for asylum, refugee status, or temporary protected status in the United States.
Immigrants facing deportation or removal proceedings before the immigration court may be represented by the attorney. Avenues of relief may be available which may allow the person to remain in the United States.
PERM Cases (Employment Cases)
For immigrants who may able to become Legal Permanent Residents thru an application that sponsor by an employer.
The Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act, or NACARA, is a U.S. law passed in 1997 that provides various forms of immigration benefits and relief from deportation to certain Nicaraguans, Cubans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, nationals of former Soviet bloc countries and their dependents who had arrived as asylees. You must meet certain requirements.
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Is a temporary immigration status to the United States, granted to eligible nationals of designated countries. During the period for which a country has been designated for TPS, TPS beneficiaries may remain in the United States and may obtain work authorization.
Employments Authorizations Cards
Authorizes the person to work in the United States under specifics circumstances.
Translations and Interpretations
Documents are translated between the languages of English and Spanish.
English/Spanish interpreters are available for immigration interviews.