Compassion is one of our firm’s core values. We listen to our clients’ stories and passionately advocate for their rights. Many immigrants have come to the United States to escape persecution in their native countries. Others have come to escape their native country’s hostile conditions, or were brought here illegally as children or as human trafficking victims. Others have been victims of abuse or criminal activity after coming to the United States. Many have found themselves facing deportation (removal proceedings) after living peacefully in the United States for over a decade and having built a family here. Fortunately, the law provides many such individuals with opportunities to legalize their immigration status in the United States. Our firm has a strong understanding of these humanitarian applications and works with compassion and diligence to obtain a positive result for our clients.
- DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)
- Cancellation of removal
- VAWA battered spouse self-petition
- S-Visa (informant or “snitch” visa)
- U-Visa (victim of criminal activity)
- T-Visa (victim of trafficking)
- TPS (temporary protected status).
- Humanitarian parole
- 245(i) adjustment of status under the LIFE Act for individuals who are “out of status” or who entered the U.S. without inspection (EWI)