When you’re filing an immigration petition, appeal, or another immigration matter, you might be frustrated quickly. The legal process can be exhausting for people seeking residency or fighting deportation. If you’re living with constant uncertainty and need legal help, you don’t have to wait. Our immigration lawyers in Glendale, AZ can help.
Let New Frontier Immigration Law step in and handle your case. We have more than 10 years of legal experience helping people secure their immigration dreams. Our lawyers want to help you move forward into your future.
Why Choose Our Immigration Lawyers in Glendale, AZ?
At New Frontier Immigration Law, we’re ready to advocate for you. Here’s what to expect when you hire us:
- We’re honest. Our attorneys know that you need clear legal advice. We’re honest about your options.
- We give you respect. You have a right to professional, respectful legal counsel. We’re here to give you that.
- We use our resources for you. When you hire us, we’ll use our knowledge and resources to benefit your case. We know immigration law. We have attorneys who know how to work with immigration judges. When you hire us, you get that experience on your side.
- We give free case evaluations. You shouldn’t have to spend your hard-earned money just to learn your options. We can explain your next best steps for free.
When you call us for a case evaluation, we can tell you more about our unique services and how we can help you.
For a free legal consultation with a immigration lawyer serving Glendale, call (623) 742-5400
Our Lawyers Can Handle Many of Your Immigration Needs
We can help you with all aspects of the immigration process, including filing an application or initiating an appeal. Our Glendale, AZ immigration attorneys can help you with:
- Immigration petitions (family-based)
- Immigration waivers
- Deportation defense
- Immigration appeals
- Motions to reopen immigration cases
- U visas
- Military family immigration
Immigration to the U.S. involves complex procedures and paperwork. You may want to have someone on your side who understands immigration law.
After all, making simple mistakes in your immigration paperwork can lead to a denial. Saying the wrong thing during a deportation hearing can harm your case to stay in the U.S. Our attorneys understand all of these common issues and we know how to avoid them. You deserve to have someone on your side who knows immigration law.
Who We Can Assist
Additionally, we can help if you are:
- A legal resident or U.S. citizen
- Seeking asylum
- Seeking a visa, green card, or work permit
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What Our Attorneys do to Help With Your Arizona Immigration Case
Hiring an immigration lawyer means that you can get help with all the legal details involved in your case. Our lawyers can:
- Help you determine the best immigration strategy based on your situation
- Guide you as you seek a change to immigration status
- Represent you during hearings or before a judge
- Help you prepare important immigration paperwork
- Ensure that your immigration paperwork is accurate, clear, and makes the strongest case for your immigration
- Explain your rights and protect your best interests
Depending on your unique needs, we can offer other legal services beyond those listed above.
Frequently Asked Questions in Glendale, AZ Immigration Cases
You likely have many questions about your immigration case. Our lawyers have the answers. Take a look at our responses to these common immigration questions.
What’s the Process for a Family-Based Immigration Petition?
If you are an eligible relative of a United States citizen, your family member can submit Form I-130. This is known as a Petition for Alien Relative (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services).
Examples of qualifying eligible relatives in the U.S. include a spouse or children (married or unmarried). Also, if they are at least 21 years old, a qualifying relative may be a parent, brother, or sister.
When your relative submits this form, you’ve taken the first step in a family-based immigration petition. If U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approves the petition, you can then file an application for lawful permanent residency.
What Can I Do if My Immigration Application Was Denied?
Unfortunately, denials happen. But that doesn’t mean the end of your immigration case. We can guide you through the process of challenging a denial, also known as a motion to reconsider or reopen. This means that the same agency that reviewed your initial application could take another look and ensure that they made the correct decision.
With a motion to reopen, we can ask that the relevant agency take a look at new evidence. This can be helpful if your initial application lacked important supporting evidence, or your paperwork was incomplete.
With a motion to reconsider, we can argue that the initial denial was a mistake, meaning that the law was incorrectly applied. Our attorneys can review your case and tell you which approach might be best for you.
What Is DACA?
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) offers a way to defer deportation for those who came to the United States during childhood. Applicants must have come to the U.S. before turning 16, among other qualifications. USCIS explains other criteria for people who qualify.
Our attorneys can tell you if you could seek DACA benefits. These benefits may include a two-year work permit, Social Security card, and driver’s license.
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Contact New Frontier Immigration Law for Help With Your Immigration Process
Our immigration lawyers in Glendale, AZ know that the immigration process can be overwhelming and complex. That’s why we’re here to help. We have years of experience handling cases like yours. We can guide you through an immigration application or assist with a denial, among many other immigration issues.
Let us help you take the next steps forward. Contact us today for a free case review.