Tucson Immigration Lawyer
Dealing with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Homeland Security (DHS) for immigration matters can be very intimidating and confusing. As an Arizona immigration law firm, Goldstein & Scopellite, PC have dealt with many Tucson immigration issues. We will review every aspect of your immigration issue and work with you to determine the best way to proceed.
Before any immigration applications are filed or any immigration actions are started, there is always a great deal of research that must be complete. This includes conducting an extensive interview with you. Once that interview has been complete, we will then be able to determine what the best course of action is based on your specific needs and circumstances.
Dealing With Government Regulations and Departments
There are a host of government agencies who work on Arizona immigration law. At Goldstein & Scopellite, PC a Tucson immigration lawyer is fully prepared to research all details and help you gather all information that is necessary. We can assist with applications, petitions, brief or requests for evidence (RFEs) from any government agency requesting them.
Some of the issues our Tucson immigration attorneys have dealt with successfully include:
- Fiancé/Fiancée Visas
- Work and Investor Visas
- Deportation and Removal Defense
- Citizenship and Naturalization
- Family based Immigration
- Employment based Immigration
- Adjustment of status
- Green card replacement and renewal
- Labor Certification
- Immigration Waivers / Inadmissibility
- Amending Applications and Petitions
- Working with the Consulate and the Department of State
- Working with the National Visa Center
- Expedited Naturalization
- Drug Possession Charges and Immigration
- Expedited Naturalization
- Immigration Reform
Clearing Immigration Hurdles
One of the challenges with filing your immigration application is name clearance. The process can be extremely complex. However, our Tucson immigration lawyers can help you gather all of the necessary documentation including background information. This information will allow USCIS and DHS to finalize the paperwork necessary for your petition or your application.
Overcoming Clearance Problems
One issue that many people are not aware of is that your name clearance can take five years or more if your file is put on hold. This means you need an experienced immigration attorney in Tucson AZ who can prepare the necessary inquiries and if necessary, seek relief from the federal courts. Keep in mind even with the intervention of the court you may still have to wait up to two years. We never want to get your hopes up or tell you anything that will suggest that this process is quick or easy.
Individual Cases Require an Individualized Approach
There is no simple answer to Arizona immigration laws or the immigration issues that may be involved. Before our immigration attorneys agree to assist you with your case we will ask you several questions and we will determine the best way forward. If we cannot see a clear path to assist you, we will provide you with information on what needs to be addressed before you can proceed forward. We will never take the approach “come in and let us help” until we are certain we can assist you.
Contact a Tucson Immigration Lawyer
When we agree to assist with your immigration issues, including Arizona illegal immigration, we will provide you with all of the information you need to move forward. We will also be clear about anticipated time frames and potential hurdles. We will work with you every step of the way to ensure the process is as smooth as possible. Contact the immigration office of Goldstein & Scopellite, PC today at (520) 202-0391 or email us. We will be happy to determine if our experienced Arizona immigration attorneys can assist with your case.