We are committed to helping people with Deportation Defense, Immigrant Criminal Defense, Citizenship, Family Based Visa, Appeals, Bond Proceedings, Corporate Immigration and other Immigration needs.
The United States immigration process is complicated and leaves no room for mistakes. One error can put your immigration status at risk and leave you vulnerable for deportation.
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A sponsor must already be a citizen or have legal permanent residency. The sponsor must be at least 18 and must usually be living in the United States.
Yes, in some cases. We help people already in the U.S. and those who live outside the U.S. become lawful permanent residents. The eligibility will depend on many factors that you should talk over with a Central Valley Immigration Attorney.
Not always. If you haven’t committed a crime, you can often avoid immigration proceedings for quite a while. If you aren’t randomly picked up by ICE agents and you don’t leave the country and try to return, you will probably be able to stay in the U.S. for a time.
Experienced lawyers who understand immigration law are in a far better position to obtain successful results for you and your family. Mistakes and missing information are caught before your petition is reviewed and denied leaving you to have to start over again. The life-altering outcomes are too important to leave to chance.
You should speak with a Central Valley immigration lawyer to make sure that your immigration case is as strong as possible and is backed up with the proper documents. Maison Law Immigration Lawyers can answer your questions about your best path to citizenship and getting your family members to the U.S. with you, where they belong. You’ll be fully informed about the status of your case as it progresses through the immigration system. Contact us today to schedule a confidential, no-obligation consultation.