Immigration Law

Immigration Law

We understand that immigration status affects all areas of your life. Immigration law changes everyday, so it is important that you have knowledgeable and qualified legal representation to help you navigate the immigration process. Our immigration attorney is here to help you and your family every step of the way.

  • Family-Based Immigration

    U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents can apply for certain relatives to become a Lawful Permanent Resident in the United States. In some cases this can be done while in the United States, however in other cases it is often necessary to work with United States Embassies abroad.

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  • Immigration Court Defense and Immigration Bond

    Have you or someone you know been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement? We can represent you in court to help you file for immigration bond and other relief from deportation and removal.

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  • Work Permit Applications

    We understand that your ability to work in the United States is essential to you and to your family. We can help you renew your Work Permit before it expires so you can support your family without worry.

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  • DACA Applications and Renewal

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or “DACA” was created in 2012 in order to prevent the deportation of certain individuals who were brought to the United States when they were children. Ask our immigration attorney if DACA is right for you.

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  • Violence Against Women Act and Survivors of Domestic Violence

    Regardless of gender or biological sex, survivors of domestic violence can apply for a Green Card in certain circumstances. If you have been harmed by a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, we can help you get immigration relief.

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  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

    Certain individuals who are under the age of 19 in Nebraska can petition for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, an immigration application that can lead to Lawful Permanent Residency.

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  • Citizenship and Naturalization

    If you have maintained your Lawful Permanent Residency (Green Card) for a certain period of time, you may be able to apply for U.S. Citizenship. We can work with you to determine if citizenship is right for you and help complete the steps needed to become a citizen.

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If you don’t know history. While many Black migrants know and are proud of their heritage, the horrific effects of centuries of enslaving Black people in the United States has had the effect of robbing many Black Americans of the ability to know or trace their cultural heritage.  Despite being faced with countless obstacles, Black […]

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