Immigration Law

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DREAM Act)

Adjustment of Status including the “I-601A Waiver” (Green Card)

Naturalization (Citizenship)

Employment Based Immigration

Bond Hearing Representation

Post-Conviction Relief

Deportation Defense including Criminal Record Review

Obtaining Legal Residence through Cancellation of Removal

Non-Immigrant Visas:

  • B-1/B-2:        Temporary visitors for business/ Temporary visitors for pleasure
  • E-1/E-2:        Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors
  • F-1/M-1:       Academic Students
  • H-1B:              Specialty Occupations
  • J-1:                  Exchange Visitors
  • K-1/K-2:       Fiance(e) and Unmarried Children under 21 of a US Citizen
  • K-3/K-4:       Spouse and Unmarried Children under 21 of a US Citizen
  • L-1:                 Intracompany Transferee
  • O-1:                 Extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, or Athletics
  • P-1:                 Athletes and Entertainers
  • Q-1:                International Cultural Exchange Visitors
  • R-1:                Religious Workers
  • TN:                 Trade visas for Canadians and Mexicans
  • U-1/U-2:      Victims of Crimes
  • V-1/V-2:      Spouse and minor child(ren) of an LPR who is the principal beneficiary of a

family-based petition (Form I-130)  which was filed prior to December 21, 2000, and has been

pending for at least three years.

Immigrant Visas:

  • Family-sponsored immigration
  • Employment-based immigration

Investor Immigration:

  • E Visas