Do you have a family member that is currently detained? Do you have a family member that lives abroad?
Do you have a family member currently in removal proceedings? The Law Offices of Gonzalez & Associates is ready and committed to provide our clients with competent and aggressive representation in various areas of immigration law.
Our attorneys are equipped with the skills to represent individuals with immigration issues or immigration needs.
Immigration law can be complex and here at Gonzalez & Associates we strive to educate our clients every step of the way.
At The Law Offices of Gonzalez & Associates, we provide services in the following areas of immigration law:
- Citizenship and naturalization
- Family based petitions
- Stays of Removal
- Process of immigrant and non-immigrant visas; including:
- Visitors Visa B1/B2
- Student visas F1, M, J.
- T and U visas.
- Fiancé visa.
- Employment Visas: H1B, H2 A, and H2 B, L1B.
- O/P Visas.
- VAWA (Violence Against Women Act)
- Work Authorizations/Permits
- Employment Visa H1
- Parole Requests
- Prosecutorial Discretion requests
- Deportation Defense, including but not limited to:
Every year hundreds of people come to the United States seeking protection from persecution or torture suffered in their home countries.
The U.S. Government has implemented a process by which the government determines whether your case has enough merits to allow you and your close relatives to be included in your application to legally stay in the U.S. as a refugee.
This is often referred to as the Asylum Process. Because of the high demand of people seeking asylum it is crucial that you are represented by counsel.
The rate of success of a person represented by an attorney is of 46% while parties acting pro se (without counsel) have a success rate of only 16% .
Here at Gonzalez & Associates, we offer you competent and adequate representation with your asylum case through the USCIS asylum office or in court before the Immigration Judge.
Cancellation of Removal for Legal Permanent Residents or Non-Permanent Residents.
Legal Permanent Residents:
Unfortunately, anyone except U.S. Citizens can be removed or deported from the United States.
This includes legal permanent residents or green card holders. However, in most instances before being deported one will be put in removal proceedings.
During these proceedings the government will try to remove you from the United States based on your criminal convictions.
Not all criminal convictions immediately make a person removable or deportable. However, immigration proceedings are complicated in nature. Remember that the government will be represented by an attorney, and so should you.
Do not make the mistake to appear before an immigration judge to fight your case on your own.
Even though you have the right to an attorney, in immigration proceedings, the government will not provide one for you.
It is your duty to find and hire an attorney to help you. We are prepared help you keep your green card and prevent deportation.
People without legal status or documents who live in the United States can have the opportunity to defend themselves against removal or deportation.
If the person is successful, he or she can even become a legal permanent resident.
These cases can be very complex. At G&A we help you determine whether you can qualify to obtain this remedy while we advise and assist you with your case and do our best to help you stay legally in the United States.
Call now for a consultation at 1-866-599-9529 or complete the contact form.