Our team at Alami Law is working hard to comply with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the California Department of Public Health and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to contain and stop the spread of the pandemic corona virus (COVID-19). We remain committed to helping those in need, as we are highly responsive and available via telephonic appointments, video conferencing, and email. Now is a good time to consider seeking help for immigration issues that you may be dealing with. Feel free to contact our team of immigration lawyers to get the legal help you need.
Immigration Lawyer Pasadena
The Law office of Amira Al-Alami serves clients in all immigration matters, including cases involving green cards, citizenship, deportation, tourism, work/business visas and victims of violence. Our staff understands that our work has enormous impact on the lives of immigrants and their families, and we are dedicated to providing individual attention and counsel to each client. We work very closely with our clients, maintaining constant communication as we work toward a positive result.
Our Legal Services
Family Based Immigration
If you have immigrated to the United States and have a family, it might be possible for members of your family to immigrate to the US with you. It will be especially easy for immediate family members to enter the US.
Deportation and Removal
There are times when a person needs a deportation lawyer to protect the rights of their immigration status. A good deportation attorney is passionate about what they do and specializes in the field they practice law and provides an incalculably valuable service to the community.
Employment Based Immigration
In the United States, all employers are required to confirm that employees are here legally and able to work in this country. Many employers ignore this law and often hire immigrant employees for cheaper labor.
The basics of obtaining citizenship via naturalization can be a complicated process. And simply said, it is a process wherein a non-citizen voluntarily becomes a citizen of America. It also provides new U.S. citizens the opportunity to show their allegiance to the United States and are entitled to its protection as well as exercising their rights.
A. Only US citizens can sponsor their parents for greencards. As Carl stated, they can visit you with tourist visas. You can apply for your naturalization 4 years and 9 months after becoming a lawful permanent resident.
A. Some applicants don't have to satisfy the English requirement; that is, they are exempt from showing they can read, speak, and write English. You don't have to take the English test if you are: 50 years old or older and you've lived in the U.S. as a permanent resident for at least 20 years.
A. You must meet certain requirements:
1. you must have been physically present in the U.S. for 10 years;
2. you must have good moral character during that time.
3. you must show "exceptional and extremely unusual" hardship to your U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse, parent or child if you were to be deported.
A. If you apply for a U visa today, you can expect to wait at least nine months for USCIS to determine whether you are eligible for the U visa. To check average processing times for U visas and other applications, click here, but remember that individual processing times may vary significantly from case to case.
A. People whose adjustment of status applications are pending can travel abroad and work legally in the United States. To work in the United States while their applications for green cards are pending, they need to file Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization Document (EAD) and get work permits.
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“Dear Amira: I wanted to thank you for representing me in obtaining my permanent residence in the United States! As you know, it has been a very long journey for me”…
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“The day that DOMA was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court clearing the way for federal same-sex benefits (which includes the ability to be sponsored for lawful permanent residency), my husband and I started”…
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