Do you have questions about obtaining an immigration visa for the purposes of employment? Do you have concerns about reuniting with a family member or building a case against removal defense? Immigration law is extremely complicated, but it is important to remember that an immigration attorney near you in Chicagoland can speak with you today and can answer your questions about immigration law. At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, we provide a wide range of services to clients on all issues connected to immigration and naturalization, and we can advocate for you.
The field of immigration law is a vast one, and shifts in immigration policies can make it difficult to navigate even a seemingly straightforward immigration case. At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, we have years of experience handling many different types of immigration law matters, including but not limited to:
Even if your immigration concerns do not fit into one of these categories, you should not hesitate to contact our office. Our experience extends beyond the specific immigration law issues listed above, and we can discuss your options with you today.
If you or someone in your family is facing removal and in needs assistance with deportation defense, it is extremely important to seek assistance from an experienced Chicago immigration attorney. Under Section 212 of the Immigration and Nationality Act and Section 237 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, certain persons can be ineligible to receive visas and can be deported under certain circumstances. There are numerous reasons that removal proceedings can occur, including some of the following:
There are many ways that an immigration attorney can assist with your deportation defense. For instance, if you have been convicted of a crime that makes you eligible for deportation, we may be able to take steps to vacate that criminal conviction. In addition, depending on the amount of time you have been living in the United States, if you meet other requirements, a cancellation of removal or adjustment of status might be possible.
As INA: Act 240A explains, certain permanent residents who have been admitted lawfully as a permanent resident for at least five years, has lived continuously in the United States for seven years, and has not been convicted of an aggravated felony may be eligible for cancellation of removal. In some circumstances certain nonpermanent residents also may be eligible.
If you have questions about your immigration case or need assistance with an appeal, an aggressive immigration lawyer in Chicago can assist you. Contact Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC today for more information.
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