Your Legal Ally Throughout The Immigration Process
If you are an immigrant who is overwhelmed by the U.S. citizenship and naturalization process, you are not alone. It is difficult to know what your rights are when immigration laws and guidelines are constantly changing. It is stressful to navigate a complex legal process and wait months for a response from an overburdened agency.
It is challenging to become permanent resident or a U.S. citizen, but it is not impossible. At the Law Office of Aundrea L. Roberts, LLC, we advocate for individuals and families seeking to achieve their American dream. Our founding attorney, Aundrea L. Roberts, has a vast understanding of this process and a deep passion for the individuals involved in it. She has the qualifications you want when you are struggling with immigration and naturalization concerns.
How We Can Help You
Whether you want to become a U.S. citizen or plan to bring over a family member to stay, you will need an immigration attorney who is competent in handling a variety of issues within the law. Ms. Roberts will be a powerful advocate for your case, applying her wealth of knowledge in the field to the facts of your case.
Please call 866-956-5774 to contact us in Irving, Texas, and Lawrenceville, Georgia, and discuss your concerns.
Ms. Roberts is skilled in various issues, including:
Fortunately, the hearing that will determine whether you should be asked to leave the United States for some violation is not as intimidating as the court scenes you may have seen on television or in the movies. The process is less formal; however, you have a great deal at stake, especially if you have been building your career in America or starting a family. These appear to be good enough reasons for a judge to allow you to stay. Unfortunately, they aren’t based on immigration law.
Our firm will present a sound legal defense to any attempted deportation. You may have been falsely or mistakenly accused of a crime, which the firm can help you prove. The firm may show you would face harm or persecution if you return to your home country and that you are eligible for asylum. Ms. Roberts may be able to convince the prosecutor of your good character and that you would be a fine addition to our roster of citizens.
Adjustments Of Status
We can help you apply for an adjustment of immigration status if you’re already living here. If you have a family or employment-based visa petition in the works, you may be eligible. If you came to the U.S. on a fiancée visa and then married, our attorney can help.
Refugees and others escaping oppressive regimes may also be eligible. There are several ways to be eligible for an adjustment of status; once we know the facts around your entry into the U.S., we can get started on changing your status.
Those who have faced oppression or persecution in their home countries may be eligible to come to America to escape that situation. We can help such people determine eligibility, file the appropriate paperwork and determine if they are eligible to work while the application goes forward.
You must have a certain status with the Department of Homeland Security to be eligible to work. Our legal team can help you file the application and deal with any special circumstances specific to your case.
Removal Of Conditions
Marriage visas bestow conditional residential status on immigrants who meet certain conditions. Our attorney will help you apply to have these conditions removed.
This method of obtaining legal residential status is routinely obtained; however, problems may arise that our firm can help you sort out.
You Are Not Alone In Your Struggle
We are ready to give you the compassionate, results-oriented legal assistance you deserve. Please call 866-956-5774 or send us an email to connect with a qualified legal professional in the Metroplex and Atlanta metro.