Board Certified – Immigration and Nationality Law Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Serving clients from around the world and throughout the U.S. since 1993.
Austin Immigration lawyer prepares and files permanent residence (the “Green Card”) for married couples and fiances through consular processing and adjustment of status. Family petitions for children, parents and brothers and sisters. Extension of 2-year cards. Immigration attorney files unlawful presence waivers.
Immigration lawyer seeks permanent residence by PERM labor certification. Self-petitions for National Interest Waivers, and Aliens of Extraordinary Ability. Temporary worker visas for H-1B professionals, Trade NAFTA (TN), E investors, and L international managers. F-1 Optional Practical Training and cap-gap work issues.
The Immigration lawyer prepares and files your U.S. citizenship application. He also prepares and files naturalization applications to obtain Certificates of Naturalization for children under the age of 18 who have automatically become U.S. citizens when their parents naturalized.
The immigration lawyer prepares and files DACA applications and Advance Parole or travel documents for people who have DACA. The immigration attorney also prepares and files U visas for people who are victims of certain crimes and who cooperate with the police. U visa cases usually lead to the green card.
Immigration lawyer represents in removal and deportation cases, including reopening orders of removal, getting the green card in removal proceedings, cancellation of removal, seeks prosecutorial discretion and administrative closure and files BIA appeals.
The Immigration lawyer can show employers how to properly complete and store the I-9 employment verification form. The immigration attorney has also represented employers in Department of Homeland Security audits of company’s I-9 employment verification process.
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1711 Rio Grande Street, Austin, TX, 78701
Monday - Friday : 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: Closed