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Immigration Law

Immigration Law

To comply with U.S. immigration laws‍, the first step you should take is to understand your legal options

If you have received a Notice To Appear (NTA) or facing criminal charges, you may be subject to deportation. It is also possible for a criminal conviction to impact your immigration status. You should consult with an immigration attorney immediately to help you understand your legal options and obligations before deciding on the best course of action.  

Remember, you have the right to have an attorney go with you to interviews with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and represent you in asylum and deportation-related proceedings and in front of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and federal courts.

Eirene Law Firm can help with the following:

-Family and employer-sponsored immigration and adjustment of status petitions such as I-130, I-140, and I-485

-Lawful permanent residents ("green card" status) and naturalization process (N-400)

-Undocumented or out-of-status situations

-Inadmissibility and deportability issues

-VISA types: B visitors; F-1 Students; J-1 Exchange Visitors; H-1B Specialty Workers; H-2B Seasonal Workers; K fiancees; L-1 Transferees; O-1 Extraordinary Ability; E-2 Treaty Investors

-Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

-Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

-Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) eligibility

-U-VISA process

-VISA waiver program questions

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Family Law

Focusing on fruitful negotiations, appropriate custody settlements, orders of protection, and representation in court proceedings to prevent and respond to violations

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Mediation

Facilitating a confidential discussion so parties involved may reach an agreement without the cost or emotional expense of going to court

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International Family Law

Providing high level expertise to clients involved in International Parental Child Abduction (IPCA) cases in Virginia and, if necessary, by associating with local counsel nationwide

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