Practice Areas


T Visa – For Victims of Labor and Sexual Exploitation

I have extensive experience in obtaining T visas for survivors of work or sexual exploitation (victims of human trafficking). With strong legal support, they and their immediate families today legally live and work in the United States. In addition to four years of legal work permission, the T visa offers: The opportunity to apply for […]

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T Visa (Victims of Labor Exploitation)

U Visa – For Victims of Crime

You may be eligible for a U visa if you: Are a victim of a certain crime; Have Suffer substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of the crime; Report the crime to a government agency (state, federal, or local, for example: police, FBI, EEOC, Department of Labor, Attorney General); Cooperate in the investigation […]

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U Visa (Victims of Crime)

Family Immigration

Immigration through a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident family member is the most common path to U.S. residency. There is no cap (limit) on immigration for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens—their spouses, their unmarried children under 21, and their parents. Other close family members of citizens, as well as green card holders’ relatives, may […]

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Family Immigration

Waivers of Inadmissibility

People in the United States who are out of status for six months, leave, and then attempt to come back usually face a 3-year waiting period. The waiting period is 10 years for those who were undocumented a year or more. Our office can help you apply for a waiver of the 3-year or 10-year […]

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Waivers of Inadmissibility

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA): For Victims of Domestic Violence

Non-citizens who have been abused by a USC or LPR spouse, parent, or child may be eligible to apply for VAWA. They must prove: That their abuser is a US citizen or lawful permanent resident; That they entered into a legal, good faith marriage and cohabitated sometime during the marriage; There was physical battery or […]

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VAWA (Victims of Domestic Violence)