Alabama Immigration Law Practice – Keeping Families Together

Legal disputes about the right to live and work in the United States can make you feel like you have no rights, but I am here to tell you: your rights and livelihood deserve protection. Considering what is at stake, our Auburn, AL Immigration Attorney fights to keep families together, grow communities and help our clients find more stability in their lives. Our immigration law practice areas include:

  1. Deportation and removal defense: I protect my clients against deportation by challenging the government on every single fact in its case. If we can prove due process was not followed perfectly, or that burden of proof requirements are not fully met, then we can have the case dismissed. Period. I am committed to your defense, ensuring that your rights are protected at every step along the way.

  2. Green card/Legal Permanent Residence (LPR): Whether your family member is in the United States, or in their home country, we cover consular processing, documentation/paperwork, and waivers of inadmissibility. This gives your application the highest likelihood of success, and the greatest speed.

  3. Naturalization and citizenship: We help our clients petition for naturalization as U.S. citizens, and we represent clients who are citizens but will benefit from official recognition.

  4. Family immigration visas: As a permanent resident, or as a U.S. citizen, you can help your family immigrate successfully. We are here to help.

  5. Military immigration: Even when you are deployed, we can address any immigration issues your family encounters – anywhere in the world.

  6. Business visas:  We represent businesses that hire skilled workers from overseas, as well as entrepreneurs who aim to buy or start a business in the U.S.

  7. Work visas and worker permits: We assist businesses and workers overcome immigration obstacles and work together.

  8. Nonimmigrant visas: Tourist visas are the most common nonimmigrant visas. We sometimes use tourist authorization to extend the length of stay from another nonimmigrant category. Our team has worked with student visas (F and M), cultural exchange and work/study programs (J), religious workers (R), and Temporary Protected Status (TPS).

  9. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): The DACA program helps people who were brought to the U.S. as children. Under DACA, the government grants protection from deportation and official permission to work. We ensure you have the proof necessary for a successful application, and file with the appropriate authorities.

Don’t let immigration status continue to divide your family. If you or any family member has a problem with immigration, please call us. Our Columbus, GA immigration lawyer provides free immigration consultations, and our office will treat you with respect, giving you affordable counsel and effective follow-through.