Spartanburg Immigration Lawyer
Seasoned Legal Advocates on Your Side
Are you having difficulty obtaining citizenship or a green card so that you can live and work in the United States? Did you receive a Notice to Appear? Do you have questions about petitioning family members? If so, get in touch with our immigration lawyers at Colón Law Firm. Our law firm is backed by years of experience and we have resolved countless immigration matters on behalf of clients throughout Spartanburg. Let us use our extensive legal resources to guide you through the immigration process so you can feel confident knowing that your best interests are represented each step of the way. We are here to help you face any obstacles you might encounter as you pursue your American Dream!
Call (864) 697-2870 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney in Spartanburg. Se habla Español. Nós Falamos Português. Reach out to us today!
Immigration Services We Offer at Our Firm
Don’t hesitate to give us a call today if you need legal assistance or advice regarding any of the following immigration cases:
- Permanent Residency
- U.S. Citizenship
- Work Visas
- Removal / Deportation
- Non-Immigrant Visas
- Student Visas
- USCIS Processing
- Family-Based U.S. Green Cards
- Employment-Based U.S. Green Cards
- T Visas for Human Trafficking Victims
- H1B Visas for Specialty Occupations
- TN Visas for NAFTA Professionals
- K-1 Visas for Fiancés
- U Visas for Crime Victims
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Green Cards
We Take an Individualized Approach to Every Case We Handle
Clients come to us to resolve their immigration matters because they know our legal team doesn’t just pass cases down for inexperienced attorneys and paralegals to work on. We are committed to devoting 100% of our time and effort to our clients’ needs, no matter how complicated or simple their case might be. The lawyers at our firm will work closely with you to identify potential complications in your immigration case.
Clients in Spartanburg call us when they have an immigration issue because:
- Our legal team strives to serve local immigrant communities
- Our years of experience and knowledge of the law gives clients peace of mind
- We believe our client’s individual and cultural differences should be celebrated
- Our legal team is composed of attorneys with diverse legal backgrounds who offer unique perspectives
Our immigration lawyer in Spartanburg is prepared to answer your questions!
Call (864) 697-2870 to set up a consultation. We speak English, Spanish, and Portuguese!
Frequently Asked Questions About Immigration Law
How to Stop Deportation?
A: To ensure that your chances of stopping deportation are high, contact a Spartanburg deportation defense lawyer as soon as possible. Our team has a thorough knowledge of immigration law and deportation proceedings and we can advise you of the best plan of action when it comes to your situation.
If you are facing deportation, these options may be available:
- Applying for Political Asylum
- Applying for Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents
- Applying for a U-Visa
- Completing Cancellation of Removal form and 212(C) Waivers
- Opting for voluntary departure
What is a Green Card?
A: A green card provides proof that an immigrant has lawful permanent resident status. This means the person can live and work anywhere in the U.S. Green cards have to be renewed every 10 years, except for marriage-based and investment-based green cards, these must be replaced after two years.
What Is Conditional Permanent Residence?
A: Conditional green cards are only valid for 2 years. This type of green card has a “CR1” designation on the actual card, which stands for “conditional resident.” If you have a conditional green card and you want to become a permanent resident, you will have to file Form I-751 to “remove the conditions” on your immigration status.
What Are the Common Reasons Green Card Applications Are Denied?
A: The following are some of the common reasons the government might deny a green card application:
- Missing documents
- Errors on required forms
- Insufficient financial resources
- Failing to establish an authentic marriage
- Certain criminal records & medical issues
Contact Our Legal Team to Get Started on Your Case Today
It can take a person years to complete the entire immigration process, which is why you need to get started on your green card application as soon as possible. Our legal team is here to provide you with the legal insight you need to properly complete and file all the necessary documentation so your case has a better chance of succeeding. We are ready to put together a comprehensive legal strategy for you!