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American Liberty Law Group is committed to helping you navigate the intricacies and obstacles of the United States immigration system. Lt. Col. Marvin is a proud military veteran and has decades of experience as a government attorney. Our immigration services in Las Vegas are designed to identify the benefits available to you and give you the seasoned support you need to apply for and access them. We are passionate about helping immigrants achieve their American dreams and strive to provide high-quality legal representation at cost-effective rates.
Our staff at American Liberty Law Group has over 30 years of combined legal experience and routinely helps families stay together in the United States. In addition to focusing much of our practice on family-based immigration, we also provide targeted support to immigrants seeking many other types of benefits.
Our immigration services in Las Vegas include assistance with:
- Family-Based Immigration. These are the most common types of cases we handle. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor eligible relatives for green cards. Our lawyer can guide you through each step of the sponsorship process and help you use waivers to overcome any grounds of inadmissibility. If you or your loved one obtain a green card through marriage, you may need to “remove conditions” after two years. We can also assist you with this time-sensitive process.
- Green Cards. Green cards confer lawful permanent residency and allow beneficiaries to live and work practically anywhere in the United States. These visas can be obtained through family sponsorship, employment-based sponsorship, and the Diversity Visa Lottery. Green cards are also potentially available to asylees, refugees, U visa holders, T visa holders, qualifying Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) applicants, and other special immigrants. Our team can evaluate you or your loved one’s unique circumstances and determine the most efficient means of obtaining a green card.
- Citizenship and Naturalization. Green card holders that meet certain requirements and maintain several years of continuous and physical presence may be eligible for naturalization. This process involves passing a multi-part citizenship exam and completing an in-person interview with a USCIS official. We can determine whether you qualify for naturalization, represent you in all communications with USCIS, and help you prepare for the exam.
- Military Parole in Place (PIP). Military PIP is available to qualifying immediate relatives of members and veterans of the U.S. armed forces and Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve. This benefit cures inadmissibility on the grounds of unlawful presence. This allows eligible family members to secure green cards through adjustments of status and avoids scenarios where they must exit the country but are unable to return. We are proud to promote family unification and military readiness and can work to secure Military PIP for your qualifying loved ones.
- I-601A Provisional Waivers. Our team of immigration law professionals has extensive experience helping people overcome hurdles to getting their visa or green card, such as accrued unlawful presence. With our firm's assistance, we can help you apply for this waiver and guide you through the immigration process.
- Removal Defense. Immigration court is confusing and scary, and immigration laws are strictly enforced. If you are summoned to appear before an immigration court, we can provide you with the seasoned representation you need. We will work to help you feel safe and comfortable during what is likely a difficult and stressful time. Our firm can assist you with removal proceedings, bond hearings, asylum cases, and more.
- Business Visas. Our attorney has experience helping companies transfer overseas employees to the United States. We can assist your company with L intracompany transferee visas as well as investor visas.
- K-1 Fiancé Visas. If you are engaged to be married to someone who is currently not a citizen of the United States, our firm can help you secure the appropriate visa.
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Renewals. Recent court decisions prevent us from filing any new DACA applications. However, we can continue to assist with DACA renewals.
- I-765 Application for Employment Authorization. Certain foreign nationals present in the United States may file Form I-765, the Application for Employment Authorization, to request and obtain an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). We can help you seek and renew these work permits.
- U Visa Certifications and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). If you have been the victim of a crime perpetrated by a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible for a U visa. Beneficiaries of U visas can potentially qualify for green cards after several years of cooperation with law enforcement. Additionally, spouses and children of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who are victims of domestic violence may be able to self-petition for residency.
- Ninth Circuit and Board of Immigration (BIA) Appeals. We have experience handling and assisting with Ninth Circuit and BIA appeals. Our firm determines eligibility and rates on a case-by-case basis.
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