Family/Fiance Petitions

Marriage Based Permanent Residency (Green Card)

  • Adjustment of Status –Immigrant in US in accordance with 245(a)- Legal “admission”
  • Adjustment of Status –Immigrant in US in accordance with 245(i) –Petitions filed before 4/30/2001 for principles and derivative beneficiaries
  • Consular Processing- Immigrant Visas obtained Abroad to enter legally

Removal of Conditions on Permanent Resident Card

  • Applicable when Marriage is less than two (2) years at time of grant of Residency status
  • Joint Filings
  • Filings when Marriage was entered in Good Faith but has been terminated through divorce
  • Filings when Marriage was entered in Good Faith but the Spouse or child was a domestic violence victim or subject to extreme cruelty by their spouse

Fiancé Non-Immigrant Visas

  • Including children of Fiancé under 21

Relative Petitions (Parents, Siblings, Children over and under 21)

  • Family Petitions in accordance to Preferences and Priority dates
  • Following to Join Petitions
  • Reinstating Visa Petitions after Petitioner passes away-INA 204(l)
  • Humanitarian reinstatements
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status – SIJS (abused or abandoned children under 18)

Visa Delays, Denials and Appeals


  • Unlawful Presence (ULP)
  • Fraud or Misrepresentation
  • Criminal – Crimes of Moral Turpitude (CIMT)
  • Prior Deportations /Removals
  • Assisted Another to Enter the US illegal (Alien Smuggler)

Victims of a Crime or Spousal Abuse

  • VAWA Visas – Battered Spouse or children of US Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident
  • U-Visa – Victims, and family members of victims, who have assisted in the investigation of certain crimes
  • T-Visa – Human Trafficking Victim

Deportation Defense in Immigration Court or while in ICE Custody

  • Bond request before Ice Officer and Court
  • Request for Stay of Deportation
  • Re-adjustment of Status with waivers if necessary
  • Cancellation of Removal – Legal Permanent Residents and Nonresidents
  • Defensive Asylum (with one year issue defense)
  • Late Initial Temporary Protective Status (TPS)
  • 212(c) Relief
  • 237(a)(1)(H) Wavier of Misrepresentation
  • Prosecutorial Discretion
  • Motions to Reopen and Reconsider Immigration Judge Order or Board of Immigration
  • Appeals of decisions
  • Appeals from Immigration Judge’s decision

Asylum & TPS

  • Asylum before USCIS (affirmative asylum)
  • Derivative Asylum Petitions for Relatives Living in U.S and Abroad
  • Temporary Protective Status (TPS) Naturalization / U.S Citizenship


  • Interview Representation
  • Criminal or Good Moral Character Analysis
  • Failure to register with Selective Service Issues
  • Naturalization Appeals
  • Derivative Citizenships for Children of US Citizens
  • Certificates of Birth Abroad
  • U.S. Passport Applications Assistance

Document Replacements

  • I-94, Arrival/Departure Record
  • Birth Records in. U.S.
  • Marriage and Divorce Decrees in U.S.
  • Naturalization/ U.S. Citizenship Certificates


  • Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  • Immigration USCIS National Records Center FOIA
  • Immigration Court -Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) FOIA
  • FBI Reports
  • Analysis of California Department of Justice Reports (CDOJ)
  • Request for All Criminal Records with Pleadings and Complaint if necessary

Criminal Defense

  • Analysis of Immigration Consequences of Charges
  • Expungments
  • Reduction of Felonies to Misdemeanor  (17B motions)

Employment-Based Visas

  • H-1B Visas
  • L-1 Intra-Company Transfer Visas
  • Blanket L Petition for L-1 Visas
  • O-1 Extraordinary Ability Visas
  • P-1 Visas
  • Labor Certification/PERM
  • TN Free Trade NAFTA Visas
  • E-1 Treaty Traders:
  • E-2 Treaty Investors:
  • E-3 Visas for Australians:
  • EB-1 Priority Workers
  • EB-2 Professionals
  • EB-3 Skilled or Professional Workers
  • EB-4 Religious Workers
  • EB-5 Investors

Investor Visas

  • E-2-Non-immigrant-Investor-Visa
  • EB-5 “Million Dollar” Investor Green Card