Frequently Asked Questions


What is the process for obtaining a green card?

The process for obtaining a green card, also known as lawful permanent residency, involves various steps, including filing a petition, attending an interview, and undergoing background checks. Our experienced immigration attorneys can guide you through the process and help you navigate any challenges.


Can I appeal a denied immigration application?

Yes, if your immigration application is denied, you generally have the right to appeal the decision. It's crucial to act promptly, as there are specific deadlines for filing appeals. Our dedicated immigration lawyers can assist you in preparing a strong appeal and represent you in immigration court if necessary.


What should I do if I am arrested?

If you are arrested, it's crucial to remain calm and exercise your right to remain silent. Do not provide any statements or answer questions without the presence of an attorney. Contact our skilled criminal defense lawyers immediately to protect your rights and receive expert legal advice.


How long will my criminal case take to resolve?

The duration of a criminal case varies depending on its complexity, the charges involved, and other factors. Some cases can be resolved quickly, while others may require a more extended legal process. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys will work diligently to minimize delays and seek the most favorable resolution for your case.


Can I apply for a visa while in the United States?

Yes, depending on your specific circumstances, you may be eligible to apply for a visa while already in the United States. However, it's essential to understand the eligibility requirements and potential challenges associated with your situation. Our knowledgeable immigration attorneys can evaluate your case and guide you through the visa application process.


What are the potential consequences of a criminal conviction?

The consequences of a criminal conviction can vary depending on the nature and severity of the offense. They may include imprisonment, fines, probation, loss of employment opportunities, and damage to your reputation. Our skilled criminal defense attorneys will diligently investigate your case, challenge evidence, and strive to achieve the best possible outcome to mitigate the potential consequences.