Immigration. The office of González y Asociados is ready and committed to provide competent and aggressive representation in various areas related to Immigration. Our attorneys are trained with the necessary skills to represent every individual with your immigration needs or issues in general.
Do you have any relatives who are currently detained? ; Do you have relatives living abroad? Relatives who are currently in the process of expulsion, repatriation or deportation? Do you want to bring foreign employees or invest in the United States?
Immigration tends to be complex. The Law office of González y Asociados we strive to advise our clients in every step to follow.
In González y Asociados we offer the following legal immigration services:
Citizenship and Naturalization.
Permits / pardons for illegal stays (Waivers).
Suspension of Deportation
Immigrant and nonimmigrant visa processes which include:
-Visit Visitor B1 / B2
– Student Visas F1, M and J.
– “T” and “U” visas.
– Fiancé visas.
– Employment Visas: H1B, H2 A, and H2 B, L1B.
– O / P VISAS.
VAWA (The law against violence against women)
Work Permits and Permits
H1 Employment Visa
Tax Discretion Request
Defense in cases of deportation, including but not limited to:
– Political Asylum Processes
Immigration. Every year, hundreds of people come to the United States for protection against persecution or torture suffered in their home countries. The United States Government has implemented a process in which the government determines whether your case has sufficient merit to allow you and your immediate family members who have been included in your application to remain legally in the United States as refugees. This is known as the asylum process. Immigration, due to the high demand for asylum seekers, it is crucial that you be represented by an attorney. The success rate of a person represented by a lawyer is 46%, while those who act pro se (without lawyer) have a success rate of only 16%. Immigration. In the office of González y Asociados, we will offer you competent and adequate representation and legal advice with your asylum case through the asylum office of the United States Department of Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) (affirmative) or in court before The immigration judge (defense).
Cancellation of Repatriation, Expulsion, Deportation for permanent legal residents and non-permanent residents.
– Legal Permanent Residents:
Unfortunately, any individual, other than American citizens, may be repatriated or deported from the United States. This includes legal permanent residents or green card holders. However, in most cases before being deported or repatriated, the individual will be subjected to the expulsion process. During this process the government will try to expel the person from the United States based on their criminal records. Immigration, not all criminal convictions are qualified for the immediate deportation of the individual. However, immigration procedures are complicated by nature. Remember that the government will be represented by a lawyer, and so you should be represented by a lawyer. Do not make the mistake of appearing before an immigration judge by representing yourself. Even though you have the right to an attorney, in immigration procedures, the government will not provide one for you. It is your duty to find and hire a lawyer for your representation. We are prepared to help you keep your green card and avoid deportation.
– Non-Permanent Residents (or without legal status):
Even people without legal status or documents living in the United States may have the opportunity to defend themselves against the deportation or expulsion of the United States. If the person is successful in the process, he or she can become a permanent legal resident. Such cases are often very complex. Immigration, That’s why at the office of Gonzalez and Associates we can help you determine if you qualify for this type of resources, advising you and helping you do everything possible to maintain or obtain legal stay in the United States.