We know immigration status affects all areas of your life. Immigration law is also changing every day, so you need a knowledgeable and qualified professional on your side as you navigate the immigration process. Our attorneys are here to support you and your family every step of the way.
Rely on Our Experienced Team
Hightower Reff Law provides comprehensive legal representation in English and Spanish. Our immigration lawyers collaborate in-house, so your case is handled quickly, skillfully, and confidentially. Partner with us to receive the best care and expertise in immigration or citizenship.
Complete Immigration & Citizenship Services
We do everything we can to return a favorable outcome for your case. Whether you’re facing deportation, need help applying for citizenship, or are trying to bring your family into the country, our immigration attorneys are your go-to resource for questions and help. Here are a few of our available immigration services.
Citizenship & 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. To become a citizen, you need to prove to immigration officials at your naturalization interview that:
- You are a lawful permanent resident;
- You have lived in the U.S. lawfully for a certain period of time;
- You are at least 18 years old;
- You are a person who has good moral character; and
- You can read, speak, and write in basic English.
You must also be able to correctly answer various questions about U.S. history and government. We can help you determine if naturalization is the right option for you and help you complete these steps. Contact our immigration lawyer to learn more about your options.
DACA Applications & Renewals
Interested in applying for DACA or renewing your status? Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was created in 2012 in order to prevent the deportation of certain individuals who were brought to the U.S. when they were children. Ask our Omaha immigration attorney if DACA is right for you.
Immigration Court Defense & Immigration Bond
Have you or someone you know been detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement? Our Omaha legal team can represent you in court to help you file for immigration bond and other relief from deportation and removal.
Hightower Reff Law can help facilitate family-based immigration. This process helps your relatives become lawful permanent residents in the U.S. Whether you’re applying state-side or abroad, we’ll navigate your unique circumstances together.
Violence Against Women Act & Survivors of Domestic Violence
Congress created the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) to help people, regardless of gender or biological sex, who have experienced violence or other abuse by a U.S. citizen spouse, former spouse, parent, child, or lawful permanent spouse, former spouse, or parent. This act allows individuals to safely apply for immigration help in order to be free from domestic violence. Contact our Omaha immigration attorney for a confidential consultation about whether you qualify for immigration relief.
Work Permit Applications
At Hightower Reff Law, we understand that your ability to work in the U.S. is essential to you and your family. Depending on your immigration status or visa category, you need to renew your work permit every year or every two years. When that time comes, we’ll help you with the renewal process so you can be confident your application is done correctly.
While working with Hightower Reff Law on your immigration or citizenship case, we’ll take you through each step of the process with knowledge and care. While each case is unique, you can expect these basic steps:
- Contact our Intake Specialist via phone, email, or text to discuss general information about your case. This is confidential and available in English or Spanish.
- Be paired with an immigration attorney and paralegal team right for your unique circumstances.
- Consult with your lawyer over the phone to ask questions and gain a high-level understanding of your circumstances, the legal process, and associated fees.
- Pay Hightower Reff Law and your attorney the retainer fee.
- Develop your case. This part varies by situation, but generally includes collecting information, filing paperwork, negotiating, and potentially attending hearings.
- Settle your case. Through settlement or trial, your case will be finalized so you can move forward.
Our Immigration Attorneys
Hightower Reff Law’s experienced immigration team is here to assist with all your immigration and citizenship needs in Omaha. Learn more about our bilingual attorneys today.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Hightower Reff Law handle multiple aspects of my immigration or citizenship law case?
Our knowledgeable immigration attorneys are prepared to assist you through your unique case. Hightower Reff Law is proud to be your trusted resource for immigration and citizenship legal services in Omaha.
Are there Spanish-speaking attorneys at Hightower Reff Law?
Hightower Reff Law has Spanish-speaking staff available to accommodate and support our clients. Talk with our Spanish-speaking team today.
What area does Hightower Reff Law serve?
Hightower Reff Law provides immigration and citizenship law services in the Omaha metro and in surrounding areas, including Western Iowa.
What forms of citizenship does Hightower Reff Law work with?
Our Omaha law firm handles a variety of citizenship cases. Get in touch with our experienced immigration attorney today to learn more about your citizenship options.
Contact Our Immigration & Citizenship Law Attorneys
Facing an immigration or citizenship case? Talk with our compassionate legal staff in Omaha today.
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