Practice Areas

Helping You Move into Your Future – A Future Without Immigration Concerns

If you are looking for help in your personal immigration situation, please contact us. Don’t delay; your new life is waiting.

Family Petitions:

Do you have a family member looking to come to the United States? We can help them. We will ensure that your family petition will run smoothly through the process. Oftentimes petitions are scrutinized, complicated, and expensive. We will walk alongside you and your family members throughout the process and offer legal advice where necessary. 

Military Parole In Place:

Are you a family member of a U.S. military member, but do not have the proper papers to be in the United States? New Frontier’s Military Parole in Place is an option to support you. Parole In Place (PIP) is available to certain undocumented family members of the U.S. military personnel (active or veteran). Beneficiaries who are granted PIP are provided authorization to stay and work in the United States, and also considered as having a lawful immigration status for purposes of certain immigration benefits, such as a Green Card. Currently, the Trump Administration has indicated it will consider cutting the program. It is important that you do not delay in taking advantage of this program’s benefits should your family member’s services to our country enable you to qualify. 

Appeals:

An appeal is an application in writing to the authority which oversees the immigration decision. Oftentimes if the courts have already ruled against your case, or dismissed a case in the past, all hope is not lost. Hilary and her team at New Frontier can assist you in the appeal of your case. 

New Frontier has extensive experience successfully filing appeals and pushing forward on cases with a positive outcome for people. Attorney Hilary Walsh has created a reputation of protecting people within the immigration law community for her ability to win an appeal. She has similar experience in motions to reopen as well, which is an important defensive tool needed if you’ve been deported or ordered removed. 

Bond:

A bond is money paid to secure a detained foreign national’s release that serves as a guarantee to the government that, once out of detention, the bonded individual will attend all immigration court hearings. For example: after ICE detains a foreign national, ICE sets the bond amount, assuming the person is eligible for a bond.

At New Frontier, it is our primary goal to see every immigration center emptied. At New Frontier, we are doing just that, one person at a time. We are renowned for getting bonds from Immigration Judges who otherwise deny bond and on the lowest amount possible. New Frontier drives these outcomes because of our meticulous and impassioned God-given purpose to free your loved ones and get them home. 

Waivers for Entering Without Permission:

If you are one of the millions of people who came to the United States without proper documentation, then you know the feeling of being trapped. We are here to help you get the pardon waiver you need to get you back home to the United States as soon as possible. 

Depending on the grounds for your inadmissibility, you can be issued a waiver and we can carefully handle your case and help you process all the necessary requirements and documents to gain entry to the United States.

Removal Defense:

When you are told that you are facing removal from the country, it can be a terrifying event. We will fight aggressively for your right to stay in the country no matter your current immigration status. 

For many immigrants facing removal from the United States, the process involves appearing before an immigration judge in immigration court. Legal representation is the single most important factor in determining whether someone will win or lose their case, and New Frontier wants to represent you in Court.

Motions to Reopen:

Many clients have either already left the country or will be leaving soon because their case was closed. Even after an initial case is handled, you still have rights! We can file a motion to reopen your case and help you stay in the country. 

U-Visas:

U-Visas are a special type of nonimmigrant Visas set up specifically for victims of crime, and the victim’s family. Those who have been a victim of a serious crime and are willing to assist law enforcement and/or other government officials in the investigation can seek this type of Visa to remain in the country. 

Naturalization:

Becoming a US Citizen is one of the most important events in the lives of many immigrants. There are many steps in the naturalization process, and we can help you along the way. This includes filing the right paperwork, representing you through any hearings, and even making recommendations on how to pass the naturalization test.

DACA:

Those who came to the United States as an undocumented immigrant when they were young have a variety of legal protections under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). We can help provide you protection from deportation, work permits, and a pathway to normalizing your immigration status. 

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about some of our most popular services. If you have any questions, please contact us.