If you are coming to the United States to work, travel, study, conduct business, or to join your family, J.Rodriguez Law Firm, PLLC. is glad to assist you in obtaining your immigrant and non-immigrant visas. Our office provides experienced and professional immigration law services for clients in the United States and abroad.
J.Rodriguez Law Firm, PLLC. has been extremely successful in resolving business immigration issues and family immigration issues for families, business professionals, businesses, and other clients.
Additionally, our office will work with you on issues dealing with Deportation and Removal Proceedings, as well as Custody and Bond Redetermination.
J.Rodriguez Law Firm, PLLC. assists U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (green card holders) to obtain visas for their family members and relatives. We help clients identify the quickest solution to help family members immigrate to the U.S. Some of the more popular family immigration visas include the following:
IR visa: for immediate relatives
K visa: for fiancé(e)s
B visa: for business persons, tourists, and visitors
F visa: for students
Our office stays abreast of the changes in U.S. immigration laws in order to provide clients with the most efficient and effective legal strategies to achieve their objectives. We assist foreign nationals seeking temporary admission to the U.S. for business, employment or vocational means:
H visa : including H-1B visas for professional workers; an H2 visa and H3 visa are available for special temporary worker situations
L visa : for intra-company transferees
E visa: for treaty traders and treaty investors
O visa: for extraordinary ability or internationally recognized individuals who have received national or international acclaim
J-1 and M-1 visas for college students, vocational students or au pairs
B-1 business travel visa
Deportation or removal proceedings is the legal process by which the U.S. Government compels an alien’s departure from the United States for purported violations of U.S. immigration laws. During this process, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is responsible for proving to an immigration judge that the alien is removable.
Removal proceedings generally require the immigration judge to make the following two findings:
1) Whether the alien is removable; and
2) Whether the alien is eligible for any form of relief from removal. The following are some of the most common forms of relief from Removal:
- Voluntary Departure
- Cancellation of Removal
- Adjustment of Status
- Withholding of Removal
At J.Rodriguez Law Firm, PLLC. we will help you analyze your situation and apprise you of your rights.