As immigration lawyers, one of our highest priorities is to help keep your family together.
Many clients seek entry to the U.S. because they want to join a family member who lives here. Some plan to get married when they arrive. Others are already married before they leave their home country.
Some clients do not seek our help until after they enter the country without permission. Others consult with our offices after they have stayed here longer than their visa allows.
In these situations, there is one common goal. To live here with family members.
As the son of an immigrant, we not only understand, but also knows the struggles of immigrant families to remain a family unit.
At minimum, success depends on careful preparation of various family-based petitions, applications, and government forms. But in some cases, issues arise which require special attention - issues like criminal convictions, prior arrests, or entries to the U.S. without advance inspection.
In all cases, we refuse to take a reckless approach.
It does not matter if you case seems simple or difficult on the surface. Some cases look simple, but they are really difficult with tough issues.
There are no shortcuts to immigration success.
That's why, as your immigration lawyer, we will not just jump in and risk jeopardizing your chances for victory. We strongly feels time must be spent in carefully reviewing all clients' full situation and immigration history before filing any papers with the government.