For Clients Seeking Waivers of Inadmissibility Grounds in Immigration Cases
When foreign-born individuals in Colorado or elsewhere seek to immigrate to the United States, adjust status when already in the U.S., or prevent deportation and there is some criminal issue in their background, it becomes necessary to petition for a waiver. This may also be true of people from abroad who have overstayed their work visas, student visas or tourist visas. It may be true for people who have communicable illnesses or have been convicted of a crime, as well.
Your Options Explained By Experienced Crimmigration Attorneys
Perhaps you were arrested for shoplifting. Perhaps you have been diagnosed with a communicable disease. Perhaps you have been accused of entering into a fraudulent marriage in an effort to attain permanent resident status. Perhaps you left the country while on green card status and now the government says you abandoned your green card. Perhaps you have been accused of associating with terrorist organizations.
You need to speak with a Denver attorney about an immigration law waiver and learn about your options. After helping you obtain an immigration law waiver, we can help you explore options for naturalization if that is appropriate in your case. Whatever your circumstances, our immigration law firm can help ensure that your petition or other remedy positions you for success to the greatest extent allowable.
A Work-Related Visa Or A Green Card May Be More Fragile Than You Think
Whether you have a criminal record, a health impediment to legal status in the U.S., or an immigration violation problem, immigration lawyers at Hernandez & Associates, P.C., can help you petition for a waiver. Our experiences enable us to advise you on your likelihood to succeed.
Immigration Attorneys Ready To Assist You
To schedule a consultation regarding your immigration goals, contact Hernandez & Associates, P.C., at 303-536-5134 or by email. While we are based in Denver, Colorado, our immigration attorneys can assist clients based in other states and countries. HABLAMOS ESPAÑOL.
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