Immigration law is extremely complex.  But at its core it deals with an easy question – Where do you want to call home? The simplicity of this question illustrates how personal immigration law has become in this country.

In the deepest sense, it deals with how you choose to live within the rules of U.S. immigration laws.  These laws are a complex set of regulations which have become increasingly politicized by conservatives and liberals alike.

Where do you want to call home? is one of the most personal and important questions you and your family will have to answer concerning your future immigration status.

My office has the expertise needed to help you and your family through the immigration system and we do it with the sensitivity and compassion that you should expect from a quality law firm.


An adverse administrative or judicial determination regarding an immigration application or proceedings, may have significant harmful consequences.  In many cases, it may result in you being barred from entering the U.S. or you possibly being deported to your country of birth.  It could lead to your permanent separation from your family.

In many immigration cases, the assistance of a lawyer can help avoid problems before they have a chance to materialize.  However, when issues have already arisen, it is critical to retain knowledgeable and experienced legal counsel to ensure your case is handled professionally and results in the best outcome possible.

Contact us immediately if you require legal assistance with any of the following issues:

  • Green Cards (adjustment of status) through a family member
  • Family Petitions
  • Citizenship & Naturalization
  • Consular Processing
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  • U Visa Petitions
  • FBI Records (fingerprints taken at our law office)
  • FOIA (Immigration Records)
  • Power of Attorney
  • Notary Public