When a foreign national wants to enter the United States for business, tourism, or other temporary purposes, the individual may apply for a tourist visa, also known as a B visa. If you need help with the application process, call us today to help you secure your non-immigrant visa.
A green card is your permanent resident card and there are many ways to obtain it. Generally, it requires an approved petition through a family member, an employer, or a special visa such as VAWA, U-visa, or SIJ for example.
We have represented many clients in obtaining their green cards from USCIS and immigration court. Let us guide you through the best process for obtaining your green card.
When you receive notice that you or a family member have been put in ICE detention and ordered removed, it can be a frightening time. These orders are most commonly initiated when a person has been convicted of committing a crime. You may have eligibility for some defense against being deported.
We can help you and your family through this complicated and difficult process starting with getting a bond and preparing you for a proper defense. Don't wait, there are strict deadlines for raising a deportation defense. Call our attorney today.
You may request consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals. Deferred action is a discretionary. When approved, you will be eligible for work authorization for two years from the date of approval.
Our attorney has successfully helped many people through this process. Call us today for a consultation so we can help you through this complicated but very affordable process.
There are many benefits to becoming a US citizen. You have the right to vote, obtain a US passport, and you can better assist family members in obtaining their immigration benefits.
The process to become a citizen can be a complicated one, especially if there is language barrier or criminal history. Our experienced attorney will make the process easier for you.
Victims of Crime
There are many other types of immigration visa applications, including Special Immigrant Juvenile Status applications, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) applications, and U-visa applications, just to name a few.
We work with all types of visa application and we can evaluate your eligibility for the best type of relief for your situation.
If you have entered the US without a visa, overstayed your permission, and/or have found to have unlawful presence or committed fraud, you will need a waiver to cure the inadmissibility ground of unlawful presence or fraud.
The Law Office of Carrie Nguyen prides ourselves on the success we have had with waivers. Please call today to discuss with our attorney about your waiver case.
Don't give up on your fight to obtain lawful status. There are ways to continue your case even after a loss at immigration court or USCIS, such as:
Motions to reopen
Stay of Removal with ICE
Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals
Our attorney is experienced and is ready to fight for you. Call us today!