Immigration law is a federal law, which allows us to represent our clients in all 50 States of the U.S. Attorney Maria Colon has represented clients in interviews and court appearances for hearings before:
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS),
The Administrative Appeals Office (AAO),
Customs and Border Protection (CBP),
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE),
The Immigration Courts (EOIR),
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA),
U.S. Consulates, and
Other relevant federal agencies.
Our Top Services
Citizenship occurs through the process of Naturalization and is when an immigrant decides to become a U.S. Citizen. Once petitioned and all requirements of Congress are met, a person can become a permanent resident and citizen of the U.S.
A family petition is a form that establishes a valid relationship between a U.S. Citizen or green card holder with a non-citizen seeking a green card. To help with the process of obtaining a green card.
Asylum is a level of protection for non U.S. citizens that allows them to stay in the country without the threat of being removed and returned to a place where he or she will be persecuted. The U.S. offers asylum in these circumstances.
U Visa is offered to immigrants who are victims of certain crimes but are helping law enforcement in an investigation or have helped with an investigation. This becomes a benefit for those in need of help for being victims to certain crimes.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS):
The Special Immigrant Juvenile Status allows children and adolescent who have been abused, neglected or abandoned by one or both parents to obtain lawful immigration status.
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA):
The Violence Against Women Act allows victims of domestic abuse from their US citizen or legal permanent resident spouse to obtain immigration relief by applying for protection and legal status independently from their spouse.
All Our Services Include
Naturalization and Citizenship
Applications of Naturalization
Certificate of Citizenship
Family-based Green Card
Employment-based Green Card
Removal of Conditions
Humanitarian Based Petitions
U visa (Victims of Crimes inside the U.S.)
T visa (Victims of Trafficking)
Religious Worker Visas
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Fiancé Visa (K-1 and K-3)
Work Authorization Documents
Petition For Alien Worker
PERM Labor Certificates
Violence Against Women (VAWA) (Domestic Violence Visa)
Petition For Nonimmigrant Workers (H1B and H2B visas)
Asylum (withholding of removal, and convention against torture proceedings)
Detention and Bond Hearings
Cancellation of Removal (for Permanent Residents & Non-Permanent Residents)
VAWA Cancelation of Removal
Administrative Appeals Before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)