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General Advocacy for Casework & Ability to Give a Second Opinion!

DACA Extensions

VAWA Self Petitions

Waivers for Adjustments, U Non-immigrant Visas, etc.

Motions to Reopen

Petitions to Remove the Conditions for Recent Marriage Cases

FBI and CAL DOJ Background Check

Investigation of One’s Border Record (FOIA with CBP / OBIM / DHS)

Citizenship Exam Waivers

Affidavits of Support and the New Form “Declaration of Self-Sufficiency”

Adjustment of Status

Parole in Place for Military Spouses, Parents

I-601(a) Provisional Waivers

Reinstatement of Petitions

Extensions of Visitor Visas

Work Authorizations

Change of Address for Immigration, the NVC, the Immigration Courts, etc.

Immigration Court Defense for Non-detained Clients

U and T Non-immigrant Applications

NACARA Cases

Asylum, CAT, Withholding of Removal, Cancellation of Removal Applications Before the Immigration Court

Advanced Parole Applications

TPS Extensions

Fiancé Visas

Consular Process

Extension of Legal Permanent Residency

Representation Before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)

Review of Immigration Court Cases (for a second opinion)

Family Petitions

Freedom of Information Act (to receive a copy of one’s immigration file)

Citizenship

Assistance with Obtaining One’s Criminal Records

Affordable Consultations

REQUIREMENTS

Services Requirements

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Naturalization Requirements

Have at least 5 years of lawful permanent residence; or if you obtained your residency through marriage to a US Citizen, have at least 3 years of being married to the same person and have 3 years of having been granted residency. Residence (Green) card, Social Security card and valid drivers license or ID. Birth certificate OR passport. 2 Passport-style photographs

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Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence Requirements

Have at least 5 years of lawful permanent residence; or if you obtained your residency through marriage to a US Citizen, have at least 3 years of being married to the same person and have 3 years of having been granted residency. Residence (Green) card, Social Security card and valid drivers license or ID. Birth certificate OR passport. 2 Passport-style photographs

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Domestic violence case – VAWA requirements

Have at least 5 years of lawful permanent residence; or if you obtained your residency through marriage to a US Citizen, have at least 3 years of being married to the same person and have 3 years of having been granted residency. Residence (Green) card, Social Security card and valid drivers license or ID. Birth certificate OR passport. 2 Passport-style photographs