Providing affordable immigration legal services throughout the state of Ohio and nationwide.
The final step in the immigration process is to become a naturalized United States citizen. There are many benefits and protections that result from obtaining citizenship that people often overlook. The rights that you will obtain include the right to vote, the right to travel with a U.S. passport for an unlimited period of time, and to be eligible for federal grants and scholarships. MORE
One of the most common issues in immigration law is how a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident can petition for lawful permanent resident status, or what is commonly referred to as a “green card” for their spouse, fiancée, or family member. This issue can be complex depending on whether the family member is currently residing in the United States or residing abroad. MORE
If you are present in the country unlawfully and have been the victim of domestic violence or a serious crime, you are a member of the class of people that the U Visa and VAWA self-petition aim to protect. Congress has taken action to protect unlawful residents from being targeted for crime in the community. The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 and the Violence Against Women Act were passed to encourage undocumented people to report criminal activity to law enforcement authorities. MORE
If you have recently been placed in Removal Proceedings and served a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, you are probably wondering what can be done to avoid being ordered removed from the country. There are numerous defenses to deportation available, but first you have to determine which defense gives you the best chance of winning your case. MORE