When do you need an immigration lawyer in North Carolina?
Immigration is a complicated legal area. The paperwork, process and your eligibility can be confusing or overwhelming. If you, or a family member or friend, are currently detained it is imperative that you seek an experienced immigration attorney immediately. We have 15 years of experience helping people obtain bonds and their freedom from immigration detention throughout the United States.
If you are in removal proceedings we can assist you in determining what eligibility you may have to prevent your deportation from the United States. We have successfully prevented the removal of our clients based on petitions for asylum, convention against torture, cancellation of removal, NACARA, DACA (Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals), TPS (Temporary Protected Status, adjustment of status, VAWA (Violence Against Women’s Act, 212(h) waivers, special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS), prosecutorial discretion, post-conviction relief, contesting notices to appear, and appeals at the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Fourth and Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Because of our strong and extensive work in criminal matters in both state and federal court we pay particularly close attention to any criminal matters in your past or that you are currently facing.
You may also need an immigration lawyer to help determine which type of visa or green card best suits your needs as an employer or a worker or in a family-based visa situation, such as an upcoming marriage. If you are concerned that you may be deemed inadmissible, it makes sense to seek legal counsel before beginning the application process. We work on the full range of family-based and employment-based visas. We also handle the full range of other immigration matters such as humanitarian parole, military Parole-in-Place, Cuban Adjustment Act, DACA, TPS, VAWA, U-visa, T-visa, S-Visa, NACARA petitions, affirmative asylum applications, visitor visas, and any other related petitions before USCIS.