We help individuals and families in Roanoke, Virginia, and the surrounding region apply for United States citizenship. Services include assistance throughout the naturalization process.
There are many ways to obtain a green card or visa, including for work, education, temporary travel, family, previously granted immigration status, among others. We help clients at our Roanoke, Virginia, office find out if they qualify, and then provide legal assistance to apply.
Other options include Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for Roanoke, Virginia, children, to obtain a work authorization card. We can also help parents through the upcoming Deferred Action for Parents (DAPA) for Roanoke, Virginia, parents.
Finally, there are other avenues, including special assistance to men, women, and children, who have been victims of crimes (U Visas); children who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned; claims for asylum; and other groups deserving special protection under immigration law.
There are few situations more stressful than the threat of deportation (removal) from the United States. We have experience helping Roanoke, Virginia, clients in deportation proceedings. We work with state and federal authorities, including officials at the Farmville Detention Center, to conduct a thorough investigation. Then, if it appears that there is a possibility of relief, we will undertake a thorugh review to prepare a defense to deportation.