We are one of the United States fastest growing immigration firms and are committed to providing the most comprehensive, effective and efficient immigration services to our clients. We provide innovative solutions to help you through the immigration rules, regulations and procedures
Below are a few frequently asked questions and answers for your consideration. Please contact the Valdez Law Firm to discuss any of the related topics in full detail.
If you receive a deportation order or notification, the first thing you must do is contact a knowledgeable immigration attorney at the Valdez Law Firm., who will work with you closely to build your deportation defense. You need an attorney who understands and is skilled in all aspects of immigration law. The Valdez Law Firm is committed to providing you with the honest, compassionate representation you need.
Once an individual has been granted a green card, and if they wish to obtain U.S. citizenship through the naturalization process, there are certain requirements which must be met. You must have been physical present in the U.S., as a green card holder, for at least 50% of the time. You must not be away from the U.S. for any more than one year, and ideally less than six months prior to your citizenship application. You must not have committed a serious crime of moral turpitude. You must be able to write and speak English and more. Consult with the Valdez Law Firm., in order to get a complete list of the qualifications and requirements.
If you entered the country illegally before the age of 16, you may be eligible to defer deportation by obtaining your employment authorization document (EAD). An EAD allows you to work in the United States and pursue legal residency. There are certain requirements for eligibility under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was enacted in 2012. Call the Valdez Law Firm to learn more about DACA and whether or not you are eligible to obtain legal status under this program.
Family-based immigration is a common means of obtaining lawful permanent residency and citizenship in the United States. In most cases, a citizen of the United States may sponsor his or her mother, father, husband, wife, brother, sister, fiancé / fiancée, and / or child for a green card. If you are not a citizen but you are a lawful permanent resident - meaning you have a green card - you may sponsor your husband, wife, and / or unmarried child in most cases.
The typical upfront payment is 25%-50% of the total legal fees, but the Valdez Law Firm will consider the client's needs as a priority and are very willing to discuss a payment plan. The key here is to be honest and upfront during your first discussion and mention that you would like to pay via a payment plan. All payment plans are monthly payments.
1. No interest will be charged for any payment plans
2. No credit needed
3. Flexible Monthly Payments as low as $250.00 a month.
At the Valdez Law Firm we will treat each member of the public with respect,consideration,courtesy and compassion. We will be empathetic, appreciative of different perspectives and flexibility in the application of policies to meet specific needs.
There are numerous types of situations when you’ll need a lawyer’s help. Save yourself a lot of time and frustration by obtaining qualified experienced professionals at the Valdez Law Firm. Immigration law can be complicated, and will more often than not need a hand that knows with decades of experience to help you navigate through the immigration process. You can count on us to help!