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Removal Defense

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I have many years of experience helping people with immigration matters throughout the United States.

As soon as the process begins, a person in removal proceedings needs to have an experienced advocate at their side.

The rules for asylum are constantly changing, and I am committed to helping you if you fear return to your native country.

Eligibility for a bond is always the first question I ask, and, if the law allows you to have a bond, I will zealously work to get a bond set in your case.

Contact me online or by phone 832-336-7003 to schedule a free consultation about your case.

Family Based Adjustment

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Whether you or your family member adjusts status in the United State or at a U.S. consulate abroad, I will work diligently to achieve the result that unites you with your family member in the least amount of time possible.

If you think that a ground of inadmissibility exists, I will help you identify the whether you need a waiver and whether you are eligible to have the waiver application approved.

Contact me online or by phone 832-336-7003 to schedule a free consultation.

Citizenship

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Once an immigrant has lived in the United States for a certain amount of time as a permanent resident, they become eligible to naturalize to United States citizenship.

Many sad stories occur where a person is deported, typically after conviction for certain crimes, after having been a permanent resident for many years. I can help you to overcome the fear of the language and civics tests so that you may naturalize.

Contact me online or by phone 832-336-7003 in order to schedule an appointment to get your naturalization process started.

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