Immigration laws regulate the ways in which people from other countries can come to the U.S. Each immigration process is lengthy and complex, so we assure you that your case will be handled by the most qualified professionals and we will put into practice all our experience and knowledge so that your situation is resolved.

Immigration law involves complex processes among the various laws, categories, deadlines, exceptions and waivers. A person who is exposed to detention, deportation, losing the benefit of living in the United States, losing the security of being in a country legally.

The consequences are serious when it comes to immigration, you should not put your case in the hands of someone inexperienced.

Advice out a professional who can guide you and represent you. Whether it is a consultation, reviewing documents, filling out forms, preparing motions or appeals, and representing you in an interview or in court.

There is no worse experience than deportation for a non-U.S. citizen. Having lawful permanent residence is a privilege and not a right.

This privilege can be revoked if you are convicted of a crime or charged with violating any other section of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Any non-U.S. citizen can be deported for certain criminal offenses, even if you enter the country legally on a visa, can be deported for overstaying a visa, or if you give fraudulent information on an application or passport.

You may be able to avoid deportation, depending on your immigration status and the crime you have been charged with. An immigration judge will consider granting a waiver, taking into account positive factors such as: family ties, work history and, if applicable, rehabilitation from a criminal conviction.

Asylum is for those individuals, considered refugees, who live in the United States and apply for asylum due to fear of returning to their country of origin because of their religion, race, political opinion or nationality.

It applies to any individual regardless of their country of origin. If an immigrant has entered the United States illegally, they are still eligible to apply for asylum and file their case.

Benefits for Asylum Applicants:

  • Immigrants may apply for asylum at any port of entry into the United States.
  • Applicants may apply for asylum even if they are in the United States illegally.
  • Applicants may apply for asylum benefits for their spouse or children (unmarried, under 21 years of age) at the same time of their application if the dependents are already in the United States or once asylum is granted.
  • Employment is possible if certain criteria are met.
  • Immigrants may apply for a green card one year after being approved for asylum.



  • Applications for asylum must be filed within one year after entering the U.S. (with some exceptions).
  • Applicants must show proof that they qualify for asylum.
  • Immigrants must apply for asylum even if they have a criminal conviction. However, asylum may not be granted depending on the crime committed.


The asylum process is a complicated and lengthy, time-consuming process, which is why it is essential that you have an immigration attorney.

U.S. citizenship and naturalization is a legal process that is given to the immigrant after living in the United States for a certain period of residence.

In order for the citizenship process to be done correctly, you need the experience of an attorney who can help you avoid delays or requests for evidence due to lack of documents, or for incorrectly filling out an application.

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