Family Based Immigration
U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents are able to petition for certain family members (spouses, children, adult children, and siblings). Contact us today to see if your loved one is eligible to immigrate to the United States.
If you have been a victim of human trafficking, or another serious crime in the United States, you may qualify for immigration benefits based on your cooperation with law enforcement. Additionally, if you have been a victim of threats or crime in your home country, you may qualify for Asylum in the United States.
If you must attend Court, only a licensed attorney or accredited representative can accompany you. Our office handles all forms of removal defense including asylums, “la ley de dies anos” and separate petitions with USCIS.
If you have an employer who wants to sponsor you, we can help! We are also able to handle a variety of exceptional talent visas as well.
If I get charged with a crime, what, if any, are the immigration consequences of criminal charges?
There are two main ways that criminal convictions can impact a person’s immigration status – inadmissibility and deportable offenses. At Sanabria & Associates, our criminal and immigration departments work hand in hand to make sure our clients obtain the best outcome for both their criminal and immigration cases, and explain the consequences of any convictions with respect to your immigration case.
When and how can I apply for U.S. Citizenship if I am a lawful permanent resident?
When Can Legal Residents Face Removal Proceedings?
How does my criminal charge or conviction affect my status?
What is “La Ley de Diez Anos”
I’m a U.S. Citizen, who can I file an immigration petition for?
I’m a Lawful Permanent Resident, who can I file an immigration petition for?
What’s the difference between a Fiancé(e) Visa and a Marriage-Based Green Card?
Who Is Eligible for Political Asylum?
What is a U Visa?