We handle various immigration and naturalization matters including, but not limited to, student, visitor, fiancé and family based visas, as well as political asylum, follow to join benefits, VAWA (violence against women act), U-visas, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and deportation defense.
We provide guidance and advocacy in obtaining temporary work visas, visa extensions, and permanent resident ("green card") status for foreign nationals, either through Adjustment of Status Process or Consular Processing.
We assist clients in becoming naturalized United States citizens, and solving problems with the USCIS and the Department of State, including consulate petitions.
We will prepare and accompany you to the interview with USCIS and can provide experienced court approved interpreters for your assistance.
We also assist clients in obtaining waivers of inadmissibility, and help reunite families after deportation from the United States.
We handle claims arising from automobile/pedestrian accidents, slip and fall, and other accidental causes. We will investigate and prepare your claim against the party at fault and do our best to obtain a quick settlement of your claim. We will defend your rights all the way through arbitration and trial, if necessary.
We provide various estate planning services, including drafting wills and trust documents. A properly prepared estate plan allows an individual to plan for his or her lifetime objectives and to provide peace of mind for your loved ones.
We ensure your wishes about the disposition of your assets after death. Estate planning can include wills, as well as powers of attorney, healthcare directives, and trusts of various complexities.
We will meet with you to evaluate your individual family situation and suggest an appropriate type of estate plan including, but not limited to, revocable living trust; irrevocable life insurance trusts (ILIT); or irrevocable trusts.
Whether it be education for your children or grandchildren; irrevocable trusts for lifetime gifts to minors, children and grandchildren, private annuities and charitable trusts; qualified personal residence trusts (QPRT) and other trusts.