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Our Practice

A large part of our practice focuses on immigration defense and advocacy. Whether you need assistance with a family-based petition, naturalization application, asylum application, or removal/deportation action, I am fully prepared to work with you to protect your ability to live and work in the United States. Nothing is more important than one’s freedom. I will work closely with you to make sure that your rights and freedoms are protected.

We provide guidance on issues pertaining to deportation and removal, detention, alien criminal defense, Board of Immigration appeals, deportable offenses, denial of immigration benefits, asylum and refugee status, abused spouse petitions (VAWA), work permits, naturalization, alien victims of crimes applications (U-visas), visitor and non-immigrant visas, green cards and immigration visas, and immigration appeals.

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Immigration Appeals

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Immigration Visas

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Many immigration cases require extensive documentation.  I work closely with my clients to provide guidance as to the documents required for their specific case.

 That really depends on each case.  Clients typically spend very little time waiting on me and/or my office.   We work hard to get applications and/or petitions filed very quickly. 

Parents, children (over 21), brothers, and sisters can apply for their close relatives.

“Citizenship” is the status of being a citizen of a particular country, while “naturalization” is the process by which a person becomes a citizen.  Our office is available to help eligible individuals naturalize and become U.S. citizens.

I do represent many individuals in court, particularly the Kansas City Immigration Court.

Many people can, yes.  Contact us today to get more information and assistance.

Often, immediately. Contact us today for more information and assistance.