21 East Church Street, Frederick, Maryland 21701


Frederick Immigration Lawyers You Can Trust

Helping You With Your Immigration Issues

Whether your goal is to live permanently in the United States or to work here temporarily, whether you are completely undocumented, looking to renew an existing permanent or temporary status, or facing deportation, our firm has the experience to help you. Our firm assists clients with a full spectrum of immigration issues, including:

  •  Deportation and Removal Proceedings
  •  Family-sponsored immigration
  •  Marriage-based Petitions
  •  Waivers of Inadmissibility
  •  Nonimmigrant visas
  •  Asylum and Refugee status
  •  Naturalization
  •  Certificates of U.S. Citizenship
  •  Immigration Bonds
  •  Green Card Renewal
  •  Representation at USCIS Interviews
  •  U-Visas
  •  TPS and Humanitarian Visas

Understanding the Immigration Bureaucracy

The U.S. Immigration system is comprised of a complex web of intricate laws and vast bureaucratic agencies, each with its own rules, regulations and polices. Our firm can comfortably navigate through each of these agencies in order to bring you the best possible outcome in your case when dealing with:

  •  Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  •  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
  •  U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP)
  •  U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  •  National Visa Center (NVC)
  •  Immigration Court (EOIR)
  •  Detention Facilities

Immigration Court and Detention

If you or someone you know is in removal proceedings in immigration court, we can help you in fighting deportation. Our firm will carefully analyze your case in order to identify any potential venues for relief, for which you can defend yourself from deportation. We will then diligently prepare in presenting the best defense possible to prevent against deportation. In addition, if someone you know is detained by ICE while awaiting the outcome of your immigration court case, our firm will determine whether or not the respondent is eligible for an Immigration Bond, will represent the respondent in an effort to set or lower a bond, and will guide you through the Immigration Bond process, so that your friend or relative can fight his or her immigration court case while free on bond.

Applying for a visa

Applying for a visa is more complicated than just sending forms to USCIS. The U.S. government places strict requirements on qualifications and outlines inflexible procedures for filing. Mistakes in your application can lead to crucial delays and possibly a denial of the visa. In addition, many people are ineligible to receive visas for a variety of reasons without first applying for a waiver of inadmissibility. Our firm will carefully analyze your case to determine whether or not you qualify for a visa, the appropriate pathway for obtaining the visa, and will meticulously help you in gathering evidence that supports each element of your eligibility. We anticipate complications that may arise during the process and do our best to troubleshoot problems before they occur.

Immigration Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions

Whether you are a noncitizen with pending or past criminal charges, or a Maryland criminal attorney handling a criminal matter for a noncitizen, our firm will carefully help you in analyzing the immigration consequences of your criminal charges. Criminal convictions can lead to a wide range of immigration consequences, including detention, deportation, ineligibility to apply for Citizenship, inability to adjust status, and much more. Our firm will carefully review your charges and/or convictions in order to inform you of the potential consequences, so that you or the attorney handling your criminal matter can proceed accordingly.


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