Deportation can tear you away from your family, or force your return to a dangerous place. We fight to ensure that people facing deportation are allowed to remain in the United States. Our skilled attorneys use their advanced knowledge of the law to present the strongest and most compelling removal defense possible.
If your home country is in poor condition, or if you originally came to the United States escaping violence, disaster, or oppression, humanitarian relief may be available. We help people remain in the United States by accessing humanitarian protections offered by the U.S. Government. These protections are granted through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service or by order of a Federal Immigration Judge.
Your family members may be eligible for immigration status
Families should be together. We help green card holders and US citizens petition for their family members to live legally in the United States. These opportunities are granted by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), and available to qualifying family members living both inside and outside of the U.S.