Immigration Lawyer In Virginia
Our immigration attorneys handle cases involving complex immigration issues and have successfully guided and assisted our clients in obtaining their legal status in the United States of America. We take pride in providing professional and efficient counsel to our Clients and feel most rewarded when we witness our Clients and their family member’s lives become successfully adjusted in the United States of America.
We are a conscientious team of attorneys who will tenaciously protect your interests and fight for your rights. We provide you with a prompt response to your inquiries and follow up with the necessary measures to help facilitate expedited processing of your case.
- Criminal Immigration
- Green Cards and Citizenship
- Asylum and Refugee Immigration
- Removal Proceedings (Deportation Defense)
- Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ)
- Petition for Alien Relative (I-130)
- Employment Authorization Documents and Renewal (I-765)
- Violence Against Women Act Support (VAWA)
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
- All Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Visas
Citizenship & Naturalization
Our immigration attorney will introduce DORA (District Office Rapid Adjustment) program to those of you whose immigrant visa numbers are current. Under this program, eligible aliens will receive their green cards within 90 days from their interview dates provided their FBI name check becomes cleared within the 90 days period.
We also follow up with the application to remove condition (I-751) for those clients whose conditional residency expires in two (2) years and accompany them to their interviews.
Consular processing of immigrant visa application is another practice area in family-based immigration. We represent alien spouses of US citizens, who have entered the US illegally by guiding them through the visa interview process including the waivers based on extreme hardship on their US citizen immediate family members.
The firm also represents religious organizations and foreign clergy or non-clergy religious workers and other immigrants in the EB-4 category as well as EB-1 priority workers and EB-5 employment creation investors investing $1,000,000.00 ($500,000.00 in certain areas) in the US.