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Dallas Immigration Attorney

Dallas, TX visa and green card lawyers

Knowledgeable Immigration Lawyer Serving Individuals in Dallas, Texas

At John W. Lawit, LLC, our experienced attorneys are well-versed in various aspects of immigration law, and we can provide valuable assistance with all of your immigration needs. Whether you are seeking a visa, facing deportation proceedings, or need legal representation for family-based immigration petitions, we have the knowledge needed to guide you through the complex immigration process and achieve a favorable outcome to your situation.

Types of Immigration

We can assist with multiple matters related to immigration, including:

  • Family-based immigration: This type of immigration involves obtaining legal status in the United States through sponsorship from a close family member who is either a U.S. citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR). The family-based immigration system allows citizens and LPRs to sponsor their immediate relatives or other qualifying family members by filing visa petitions on their behalf.
  • Employment-based immigration: Foreign nationals may receive authorization to live and work legally in the United States based on sponsorship by a U.S. employer. Immigrant visas available to employees are divided into five preference categories (EB-1 through EB-5), each with its own set of requirements regarding job skills, education level, experience, investment ability, etc. Temporary non-immigrant visas such as H-1B visas may also be available for immigrants who meet certain qualifications.
  • Removal defense: If you are facing deportation proceedings initiated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), our experienced attorneys can represent you before an immigration judge and fight for your rights in court hearings. We will evaluate your case individually to develop effective strategies that may include defenses to removal such as asylum claims, cancellation of removal based on hardship, or eligibility under special programs such as DACA.
  • Asylum & refugee protection: Seeking asylum is an option available for immigrants who fear that they will face persecution in their home countries due to race, religious beliefs, political opinions, or membership in a certain social group. Refugees who have fled dangerous conditions such as wars or natural disasters may also seek protection and be granted authorization to live in the United States.
  • U.S. citizenship & naturalization: John W. Lawit, LLC represents clients in their quest for U.S. citizenship through naturalization. We guide immigrants through the complex application process, ensuring that all eligibility requirements are met and providing assistance with the completion of the necessary documentation, test preparation, interviews, and any potential challenges that may arise.
  • Green cards: People who have received an immigrant visa may be able to apply for permanent residence in the United States. For those already in the U.S., adjustment of status may be available in some cases.
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA): This program allows some undocumented immigrants who originally entered the United States when they were minors to apply for relief from deportation and obtain work authorization if they meet certain criteria, such as continuous residence in the U.S. and educational or military service requirements. Our attorneys can help "dreamers" understand their options for remaining in the United States and securing a legal immigration status.
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS): This option provides temporary immigration relief to foreign nationals present in the United States whose home countries are severely affected by armed conflict, natural disasters, or other extraordinary conditions. Our experienced attorneys can assist eligible individuals with applying for TPS, renewals/extensions of TPS benefits, and adjustment of status based on TPS eligibility grounds when applicable.
  • Travel visas: If you are planning to travel temporarily to the United States for business purposes, tourism/vacationing, medical treatment, or conferences/seminars, our attorneys can handle your non-immigrant visa applications efficiently while ensuring compliance with USCIS regulations and embassy/consulate procedures.

Contact Our Dallas Immigration Attorneys Today

Whether you require legal representation for family-based immigration petitions, asylum claims, employment-based visa applications, or any other type of immigration matter, the experienced attorneys at John W. Lawit, LLC will assess your situation and advise you on the best strategies to pursue. We understand that navigating the complex immigration system can be overwhelming, and we are here to provide guidance and support. Contact us today for more information, or call our office at 214-609-2242. We look forward to working with you.

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