Are You Applying For A Green Card?
If you or a loved one is living in the U.S. on a nonimmigrant visa, receiving a green card is a necessary step to becoming a naturalized citizen. It can be challenging to adjust your immigration status; however, it is not out of your reach.
There are many hurdles you may face during your legal journey, which is why we are here to assist you. Our team at the Law Office of Aundrea L. Roberts, LLC, is dedicated to helping immigrants in the Metroplex and Atlanta metro overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of citizenship. We are led by Aundrea L. Roberts, an experienced immigration attorney who helped countless clients achieve their goals. You can depend on her to represent you with skill and compassion throughout this process.
The United States Customs and Immigration Service (USCIS) has strict requirements for adjusting immigration status. If you are not eligible to file for a green card or apply at the wrong time, you may risk the possibility of deportation or other serious consequences.
Talk with our lawyer before you file. She will speak to you honestly about your options. The USCIS often approves green cards for individuals requesting permanent residency through:
- Family-based immigration, through marriage or blood
- Special immigration status, which includes abandoned juveniles, religious workers and others
- Employment-based immigration
- Immigration granted to asylees, refugees, victims of abuse and other vulnerable individuals
If we determine that you meet USCIS requirements, we will assist you with all aspects related to your application. Our team knows which papers you will need to file, where to file and how to prepare for an in-person interview. We will make it our mission to limit the stress and uncertainty you face when you are pursuing your goal.
Take The First Step Toward Adjusting Your Status
Your journey may be long, but we are here to support you and advise you at all points along the way. Contact us to get started. We offer free initial phone consultations, so you have nothing to lose when you speak with our lawyer.