Immigration And What It Means For You
What a great feeling to present your visa to the immigration official at a U.S. airport and rejoin family members you may not have seen for years. What a privilege to come to live and work in the United States. Protecting a person’s right to remain with their family in the U.S. is an integral part of our practice at Serrato Law Firm APC. We have dealt with a wide variety of immigration issues throughout California.
Whatever Your Needs Are, We Are Ready To Help
No matter where you’re at in your case, it is important to talk to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. We are here to help you put your best foot forward and provide you with quality representation. Our attorneys are here for you, whatever your immigration needs may be. This includes:
- Deportation defense: when your life and the livelihood of you and your family are on the line
- Fiancé(e) and family visas, work visas and waivers: allowing you and your loved ones to live and work in the U.S.
- Asylum applications: granting you safety in times of need
- Naturalization or citizenship: when you’re ready to become a citizen of this great country
Our firm is here to honestly assess your case and help you move forward. We understand how intimidating the law can seem. By answering your questions and opening up the lines of communication, our clients have found the light at the end of the tunnel.
Strong Advocates When You Need It Most
Often, a deportation proceeding arises from a criminal conviction or a failed asylum petition. We know, through experience, how to confront these issues. Our broad experience with criminal defense litigation assists us in our deportation defense practice. This experience is most helpful if you have been charged with a crime, and that charge is having an impact on your immigration status. In short, if you face deportation, let us face it with you. You don’t have to face the legal system alone.
Our immigration practice also assists people who want to come to live and work in the U.S. We can help with the filing of applications for visas and appear at any subsequent interviews. The most common forms of visas are work and family visas. Citizens of the United States, and, to a lesser extent, permanent residents, may petition for visas to bring family members here. We have also represented a number of small and medium-sized businesses that sought to bring potential employees here through labor certification visas.