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At US Immigration Attorney Services, we are devoted to helping individuals and families achieve all of their immigration-related goals. We recognize how stressful it can be to deal with an immigration-reated matter; especially since even the smallest error has the potential to prevent a process from working properly. Our Oakland immigration attorney is licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 states, enabling us to take on a variety of cases. Should you choose to hire our firm, you can be confident that you have a legal team backing you that will go above and beyond what is expected to help you reach your goals and ensure your rights are protected.

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Because immigration is a complex field to work through, it is essential to hire an attorney who is extensively experienced and well-versed in the area. With a proven track record of success handling all types of immigration-related matters, rest-assured that we have the experience, skills, and resources necessary to achieve favorable results for even the most complicated cases.

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Because we have become recognized for the results we have been able to achieve over the years on behalf of the individuals we represent, we are highly recommended by past and current clients. In fact, the core foundation of our business comes from referrals, and 70% of our clients are from past or present client referrals. We believe that open and strong communication is key to a happy attorney-client relationship, and we are sure to return all phone calls within 24 hours. Our clients are always kept informed about the status of their case, and we treat every client as if his or her case was the only one we are handling at the time.

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IMMIGRATION FAQS

  • WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF AN IMMIGRANT VISA?

    For an immigrant to be granted permanent residency in the U.S., they must first obtain an immigrant visa. There are a variety of immigrant visas, and each type requires a set of forms to be filed and specific steps to be taken. While family-based and employment visas are the most common types, there are a number of other visas that an individual may decide to obtain.

  • WHAT IS A GREEN CARD? WHO IS A GREEN CARD HOLDER?

    A green card holder is someone who has been granted the authority to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. As proof of this permanent status, individuals are given a permanent resident card-the green card.

  • WHAT CAUSES DEPORTATION AND WHAT ARE THE PENALTIES?

    Deportation occurs when an alien is convicted of violating immigration or criminal laws. As a result, the alien will lose his or her right to remain in the U.S., and will typically be prohibited from ever returning.

  • HOW DO I APPLY FOR ASYLUM?

    When an individual has suffered persecution in their home country or has the fear that they will suffer persecution, they may be eligible for asylum, which allows them to remain in the U.S. To apply for asylum, an individual must file an Application for Asylum and for Withholding of Removal, within one year of their arrival. This application is free, and the individual can include their spouse and children who are in the U.S. on the application any time before a final decision has been made.

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The Growing Electorate Directly Affected by DAPA

By |November 19th, 2015|

Together with the original DACA program that was announced in June 2012—would allow approximately 5 million unauthorized parents and DREAMers to gain temporary protection from deportation and the opportunity to apply for a work permit.
Over this same period, […]

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Columbus Day, The Story of American Immigration

By |October 12th, 2015|

On Columbus Day, put aside anti-immigrant rhetoric and reflect on immigrants’ contributions to America.
Thousands and thousands of years ago, there were no people at all in the Americas. Then, during the last great Ice Age, […]

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Minors Crossing Mexican Border More Likely to Be Stopped

By |August 20th, 2015|

BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Tens of thousands of children in El Salvador flee their homes each year to escape gang violence, and the government is “either unwilling or unable” to protect them from persecution, […]

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