Practice Areas

Citizenship and NaturalizationCitizenship and Naturalization
Residence or Green CardResidence or Green Card
Family-Based PetitionFamily-Based Petition
Employment-Based PetitionsEmployment-Based Petitions
Labor certification an national interest waiverLabor certification and national interest waiver
Cuban Adjustment LawCuban Adjustment Law
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Adjustment of StatusAdjustment of Status
Work permitWork permit
Nonimmigrant VisasNonimmigrant Visas
Business visas (E1- E2 – L1) and derivativesBusiness visas (E1- E2 – L1)
Student visasStudent visas
Change of StatusChange of Status

Each year, many people come to the United States seeking protection because of persecution or fear of persecution because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a specific social group. To apply for affirmative or defensive asylum, applicants must apply within one year of arrival in the United States (exceptions apply). Eligible applicants may be allowed to remain in the United States. Dependents, including spouses and unmarried children under 21 years of age, may be included on the application.