Immigration lawyers in phoenix

Our approach to migration is primarily focused on defense in deportation proceedings,bail hearings, credible fear or asylum in the migration courts

1. Deportation.

We know what is involved in an arrest and are available nearly immediately, 24 hours a day. We will visit you in the detention center and start our representation then.

In our experience working with hundreds of cases over the last X years, we deeply understand that the time factor is of vital importance. We vow to our clients that we will start work immediately to help ensure a favorable result.

This promptness in response and swift action helps ensure outcomes such as the release of the detainee before a formal procedure is initiated and migration is set against him.

2. Bond Hearings

A bond hearing can occur in both federal and state courts. A bond hearing is where the court will determine if you should be released on bail if you have been charged with a criminal offense. Bond is the amount to be paid – either in money or property – to secure the defendant’s release. If you are released on personal recognizance it would mean that no money is required for your release.

Release on bond is typically decided if it is established that you can be trusted to make any and all required court appearances up to your trial. We work diligently to improve your chances at bond hearings.

3. Credible Fear or Asylum

According to USCIS, credible fear can be established if an individual has a well-founded fear of persecution or harm on account of their race, religion, nationality, social group or political opinion if they return to their country. Until an asylum case is processed, if you have credible fear of returning to your home country, you cannot be subject to deportation.There is a specific process to follow when establishing credible fear and obtaining a bond that allows release into the US, and we work closely with clients to ensure the best possible outcome.

Additionally, we provide immigration services in the areas of:

  • Family Visa
    • Our immigration lawyers will help you assist your family, or a family member, with becoming permanent residents of the United States. While there is a specific process to follow, there are oftentimes nuances that are unique to each type of family-based visa. We will help walk you through the appropriate steps you need to take, and help you avoid any difficulties with this process.
  • Work Permits
    • A work permit is required in order to obtain temporary employment within a foreign country. Unlike a work visa, work permits are cards that must be applied for and approved in conjunction with a separate nonimmigrant or immigration process. Our experienced immigration attorneys will work with you to complete the appropriate forms and ensure you meet the criteria for your specific situation.
  • Visas
    • A work permit is required in order to obtain temporary employment within a foreign country. Unlike a work visa, work permits are cards that must be applied for and approved in conjunction with a separate nonimmigrant or immigration process. Our experienced immigration attorneys will work with you to complete the appropriate forms and ensure you meet the criteria for your specific situation.
  • Investor Visa
  • Request for Employment Visa for Students

We serve clients throughout all of Arizona, primarily focused
in the Phoenix, Tucson, Florence and Eloy areas.

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