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Maryland Immigration Lawyer

Dealing with immigration issues in the U.S. can be overwhelming. However, working with a Maryland immigration lawyer can help to ease many of your uncertainties and apprehensions. Our experienced team deals with immigration, visa, and citizenship issues on a daily basis and is ready to take on your case, whatever your immigration needs may be. Call our law offices today for your free consultation and learn more about how we can help.

Why Contact an Attorney?

The field of immigration in the U.S. is broad and complex, so consulting with an attorney who has experience in this area can help to ensure you have all the information and guidance that you need. Our MD immigration attorneys provide detailed, one-on-one legal services to each of our clients, giving advice and counseling that is tailored toward each individual’s particular circumstances. We work tirelessly for our clients to help them work towards their objectives, and we can do the same for you.

Immigration Services Available

We offer our clients a full range of immigration services. We help clients to fully assess their circumstances and inform them of their available options and possible outcomes. We also assist clients with applying for student, employment, and investor visas, petition for their family members to come to the U.S., or file for asylum or other humanitarian-based applications, such as VAWA applications, if they qualify.

Understanding Immigration Law

The U.S. has a variety of laws, regulations, and policies that determine which foreign nationals may come to the U.S. and how long they are permitted to remain in the country.

Visas are a key area of immigration law in the U.S. as they enable certain foreign nationals to come to the country for a number of different purposes. Student visas are available from the U.S. Department of State, which permit foreign nationals to enter the country temporarily for the purpose of receiving an education. The U.S. Department of State also offers employment visas to certain individuals, allowing them to work in the U.S.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.C.I.S.) has two different types of investor visas, as well as a program for citizens and permanent residents to apply for family members to come to the U.S.

Visa recipients are required to abide by the terms of their visas, or they risk jeopardizing their immigration status. Therefore, it is important to understand the various requirements and constraints of your particular status. Even green card holders can risk their permanent resident status in the U.S. if they do not abide by the requirements of their green cards.

Special programs also exist for certain individuals, like victims of crimes and asylum-seekers, so it is important that you are aware of all the various options that may be available to you.

Get Help with Immigration Today

Whether you are applying for a visa, hoping to reunite your family, or experiencing problems with your immigration status and are facing deportation, we can help. Let a Maryland immigration lawyer take on your case and guide you through. We work tirelessly on behalf of our clients, and we can help to alleviate some of the burden or uncertainty that you may be facing. We even offer a free consultation, so call our MD law offices today.


April Cockerham DREAM Act Scholarship Winner

We are pleased to announce Ernest Raphiel Airon M. Lontoc has been awarded the 2016 April Cockerham Dream Act Scholarship. Ernest was chosen from a number of impressive applications and is recognized for his perseverance and commitment to education through any adversity he faced as a child of immigrant parents. Learn more about Ernest Raphiel Airon M. Lontoc.

Information on our 2017 April Cockerham DREAM Act Scholarship will be coming soon.


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