Immigration Lawyer in Virginia
Licensed in Multiple Jurisdictions: Serving Clients Across the U.S.
The United States is a country built on the hard work and determination
of immigrants from around the world. In fact, according to the U.S. Census
Bureau, the U.S. foreign-born population was about 39,976,000 in 2012,
including naturalized U.S. citizens and individuals who are not U.S. citizens.
Although life in America may provide many opportunities to immigrants and
residents within the country, obtaining permanent residency or citizenship
can pose significant challenges. Even obtaining a temporary visa to visit
the U.S. can be challenging. If you are interested in immigrating to the
U.S. or changing your current immigrant status, turn to The Barrera Law
Firm, PLLC for guidance.
Bilingual Representation Available
The immigration process can be complicated and confusing, often requiring
filing a petition, assembling documents and forms, interviews, a medical
examination, and much more. However, when you hire our firm, you can rest
assured in knowing that your case is in the hands of an experienced professional.
We can help you with the following kinds of immigration cases:
- SUS (Special Immigrant Juvenile Status)
- Detention, Bond Negotiation, and Bond Hearings
- Petitioning for a Visa (H-1, L-1, TN, P-1, O-1, R-1)
- Applying for a green card
We oversee the entire process on your behalf and explore the options that
are best for you. We determine what type of visa you should apply for
and what paperwork you need. We will also assist you with preparing all
paperwork, ensuring there are no mistakes that may jeopardize your application.
Ready to discuss your immigration case?
Request an evaluation.
Facing deportation? You are not alone.
In the event that you or a loved one faces deportation, we can help. Deportation
can be a frightening event that can change the course of your life and
greatly affect your ability to work, provide for your family or be among
your loved ones. If you face deportation,
we can help protect your rights and may be able to provide you with immigration relief.
If you wish to change your immigration status within the U.S., we can help
as well. Undocumented immigrants may have grounds to achieve permanent
residency status, and we will explore whether such opportunities exist,
given your circumstances. This ultimately may depend on your current circumstances,
your manner of entry into the country, and many other factors you should
review with your attorney.
Contact The Barrera Law Firm, PLLC.
If you're a person hoping to live, work, or travel to the United States,
or if you are having trouble with your current immigration status or application
process, we are here to help you understand your rights and legal options.
The sooner we hear from you, the sooner we can get started working towards
an effective resolution for your immigration case.
Find out what 30 years of experience can do for you when you
at (571) 290-2390.