WHAT WE DO
FOCUS EXCLUSIVELY ON IMMIGRATION LAW
Family petitions, waivers, fiancé visas, adjustment of status and consular processing are only some of the ways that we can bring families together through immigration law.
Apply for DACA today! Get the facts on the current status of deferred action for childhood arrivals, explore alternative eligibility options and understand your rights.
Advocating for Asylum Seekers & Refugees
Due to suffering persecution or past persecution in their home country, thousands of immigrants are granted asylum or refuge in the United States. Asylum laws are constantly changing and apply to each individual's experiences differently.
Removal Defense & Bond
If a person is detained by ICE, they may be eligible to be released on bond. Relief from deportation is complex and potential relief varies from case to case.
This is our story
Our law firm emerged in a daunting and uncertain time in immigration law. With an emphasis on family values, we strive to support the entire family through the overwhelming process of immigrating. We treat our clients and their family like our family. Our staff is humbled to be chosen to advocate for individual's rights and help them achieve their version of the American dream.
Myth: Immigrants steal American jobs
Fact: Immigrants create American jobs as entrepreneurs, consumers, and tax payers. Immigrants are almost twice as likely as native born citizens to become entrepreneurs.
Myth: Undocumented immigrants do not pay taxes
Fact: Undocumented immigrants pay billions in taxes each year. In addition to sales tax paid on every purchase made as a consumer, over half of undocumented immigrants have state, federal, medical, and social security taxes deducted from their paychecks even though they are not eligible to receive some of the benefits that their tax dollars help fund.
Myth: Immigrants are more likely to commit crime than native born Americans
Fact: A century of research finds that immigrants are less likely than American born citizens to be incarcerated. Similarly, crime rates have declined most in states with the highest immigration growth.