I truly care about you. That’s why I practice immigration law. I’m an experienced immigration lawyer who understands what you are going through and the immigration legal services you need.
I understand the immigrant experience because my family lived it. Although my grandfather could not speak English, he worked extremely hard to make a good and better life for his family. I understand your dreams, your wishes and your hopes for a better future for yourself and your children.
Over 30 Years Of Experience
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About U.S. Immigration
Should I hire a lawyer?
Yes. Because U.S. Immigration Law is not simply filling out forms. Each and every question on an immigration form has a set of complex legal terms and consequences behind it.
How you responded a decade ago to a question can still affect an application that you file today. One mistake, however unintentional, can affect your immigration status in the future.
The truth is that it’s more important than ever to hire an experienced immigration lawyer. Here’s why:
- Immigration lawyers keep current on the minute-by- minute changes to the law
- Not everything you read on the USCIS website is complete, current or even accurate information
- The U.S. Department of State operates under additional rules that can affect the way a consular officer reviews your visa application
- The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol can refuse to let you enter the United States even if you have a valid visa to enter in your passport
I’m happy to answer your questions about U.S. immigration, the processing time-frame and the fees and costs involved.
Will my information remain confidential?
Whichever immigration attorney you choose to work with, it’s important to know that your personal information is confidential. We do not disclose any information to anyone else or any government officials without your consent.
USCIS will not have access to any of your personal information until you file your application for immigration benefits with USCIS. After filing, the government still has an obligation to keep certain identifying information confidential.
But, it is possible that USCIS could share certain information in your application with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). There is no guarantee that they will not arrest, detain or deport you for even a minor problem.
An attorney can advise you what your risks and benefits are before filing anything with USCIS. I will always advise you to follow the law and provide you with the best immigration options, given your set of circumstances.