US Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents are eligible to apply for family visas for certain relatives. This process is very complicated and our attorneys are often able to assist in reuniting families and keeping family members together here in the United States.
vawa, U visa, t visa
Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”) in 1994, and the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act (“VTVPA”) in 2000 to protect victims of violence and ensure that their immigration status does not make them dependent on their abusers. Our attorneys have experience with U Visa Petitions; T Visa Petitions; VAWA Self-Petitions; and Petitions for Waiver to Remove Conditions on Residency; as well as Removal (Deportation) Defense in Immigration Court.
Our attorneys have experience representing non-citizens before the immigration court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. We are able to represent in various remove defense claims including asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention Against Torture, and cancellation of removal.
Appeal brief writing for cases before BIA available by contract.