Other Immigration Services


Generally, a simple way to understand what a waiver is, is to think of it as the procedure to ask for forgiveness from the U.S. Government for past transgression(s). Again, this is not always the case, but to keep it simple, thinking of it this way i… Read More

Private Immigration Bill

A private immigration bill, although infrequent, is legislation put forth by a member of the U.S. Congress to grant an immigration benefit to a specific foreign national. A private immigration bill can grant a foreign national lawful permanent reside… Read More

Temporary Protected Status

Temporary protected status (TPS) is a temporary nonimmigrant benefit under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) for certain nationals of a foreign country designated by the Attorney General. TPS Offers Short-Term Reprieve for Certain Foreign Nat… Read More

Victim of Human Trafficking

Since 2000, the United States Congress has allocated 5,000 T-Visas annually for victims of severe human trafficking. Victims must assist law enforcement in the investigation or prosecution of the crime. Under certain circumstances, victims of severe… Read More

Victims of Certain Crimes

The United States Government may grant up to 10,000 foreign nationals who have been victims of certain crimes with U nonimmigrant status (usually referred to as a U-visa). The U status is not available to all victims of crime. The crime must rise to… Read More


We are staunch advocates for our clients whether we are working with administrative agencies or litigating in federal courts. Our firm represents clients before agencies under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and courts under the U.S. Departm… Read More