Immigration Attorney Philadelphia
Immigration Law can be complex and intimidating. As such, trying to handle legal issues and proceedings without proper advice is unwise. The attorneys at The Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C. handle a wide range of immigration issues. Whether you are seeking adjustment of your status, help with obtaining your citizenship, or someone to go to court with you to defend you at your removal proceedings, our attorneys are eager to help. Below is a summary of some of our services.
Adjustment of Status
Are you lawfully here on a temporary basis, but would like to remain in the United States long term, or even permanently? Have you recently married a U.S. Citizen? Do you have an immediate relative who recently gained their U.S. Citizenship? We can review your situation and help you obtain your green card if you qualify. We will be with you every step of the way, including attending your final interview with U.S.I.C.S.
Obtaining Your Citizenship
Let us help you obtain your Citizenship through Naturalization. We will tell you exactly what documents we need to process your application and handle everything for you. We will make sure you are prepared for your final interview, and even attend the interview with U.S.I.C.S.
Have you been served with a Notice to Appear? If so, you’ve been targeted for removal. Do not assume that you must be deported. There are many forms of relief one of which might fit your situation:
- Asylum. Asylum is protection granted by a nation who has left their country to flee persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, political beliefs, or belonging to a particular social group.
- Cancellation of Removal. If are not a lawful permanent resident, and you are targeted for removal you may be able to cancel that removal. If you have lived in the United States for more than 10 years, have a family member that would suffer an unusual and extreme hardship as a result of your removal, and are of good moral character, you may seek cancellation of your removal.
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. If you are a lawful permanent resident, and you are targeted for removal because of a criminal conviction you may still seek cancellation of removal if you meet certain criteria. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) DACA does not provide permanent status, but may allow deferred action on your case for a period of two years, subject to renewal. If you arrived in the United States before your 16th birthday and have resided in the United States continuously since June 15, 2007, you may be eligible.
Philadelphia Immigration Attorney
Many of our Immigration Attorneys and staff speak multiple languages, including Spanish, Russian, and Ukrainian. If you have an Immigration Law problem, don’t hesitate to call our office today to set up a free consultation. Tell us your story; we will explain your options, and tell you how we can help you.
This content was written on behalf of Greg Prosmushkin.