Phone: English: 415-847-1944 (Español): 619-862-7425
We handle all aspects of immigration law, including family and employment based petitions, to asylum interviews and removal proceedings.
We can assist you in petitioning certain family members for permanent resident status. What family members you can petition depends on whether you are a lawful permanent resident or a United States citizen. We are committed to helping every family stay together and navigate the many stages of becoming a permanent resident.
Employment Based Immigration
Our employment based services include:
• Labor certification
• Petition for immigrant workers
• Permanent residence based on a labor certification
• Work authorization
Deportation and Removal
Our law office is committed to keeping families together. We can assist your family by defending the rights of an individual who has been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or who an individual who has been scheduled to appear before a Department of Justice Immigration Judge.
Citizenship and Naturalization
Following a certain number of years as a lawful permanent resident certain people are eligible to apply for naturalization. The can assist you in applying for United States citizenship. There are several ways to become a United States citizen depending on your age, the lawful status of your parents, the lawful status of your spouse and the number of years that you have been a lawful permanent resident, contact our office and we will gladly assist you and guide you through the entire process.
We also have experience in appeals with:
• U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
• Board of Immigration Appeals
• Administrative Appeals Office
• 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
• Temporary Worker visas (H, L, E, TN, O, P, R visas)
• Visitors for business or tourism (B visas)
• Student visas (F, M visas)
• Spouses, children and fiancés of United States citizens (K visas)
Humanitarian Visas and Humanitarian Relief
We can assist you in applying for a visa is you have been the victim of certain crimes such as human trafficking and domestic violence. Our services include visas and other forms of humanitarian relief for:
• Victims of certain crimes in the United States (U-Visa)
• Victims of human trafficking (T-Visa)
• Battered spouses, children and parents of United States citizens
• Temporary Protected Status
• Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
• Deferred Enforcement Departure
• Humanitarian Parole
• Parole in place for military spouses
• Travel Authorization