Immigration Law in Seattle, Washington
HELP WITH IMMIGRATION LAW
US Immigration Law is vast, but most cases fall under Family Immigration or Deportation Defense. If you or someone you know has been affected by deportation or removal proceedings, the immigration attorneys at Novo Legal Group Seattle can help. Removal proceedings can happen quickly, so it is critical to contact a Seattle immigration attorney with a proven record of winning tough cases.
Novo Legal Group has a team of immigration attorneys in Seattle that are deeply committed to immigration advocacy and organizing, here in Washington State and beyond. We take the tough cases that other firms reject, because we know how important these cases are.
Deportation Defense in Seattle
We assist with the entire process associated with defending your family against deportation. If federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers encounter a person who is potentially deportable, they will likely detain the person to determine whether they have a lawful immigration status. If the person cannot prove lawful immigration status, ICE or CBP can make an arrest and begin the deportation process. If you or someone you know might face this situation, Novo Legal Group Seattle can help – we have taken and won thousands of cases like this.
In some cases, an immigration bond may be set, and most noncitizens have the right to go to immigration court for removal proceedings, though this is not always the case. ICE can give an “expedited removal order,” enforce a prior removal order, or they may try to confuse a person into giving up their right to see an immigration judge. It is extremely important to consult with an attorney before signing anything, without exception. There may be legal options to obtain an immigration bond, avoid deportation, obtain work authorization, and even win permanent lawful status. Speak with us immediately to determine the best course of action for you and your family.
Family Immigration in Seattle
Novo Legal is committed to keeping families together in the United States. Our country was founded on the principles of immigration, and we are committed to keeping those who live and work in the U.S. with their families. Citizens of the United States can petition for their spouse, children, and their parents and siblings (if they are over 21). Additionally, permanent residents can petition for their spouse and unmarried minor children. There are different requirements for all of these types of filings, and all of them come with inherent risks. Speak with one of our family immigration experts to determine the best option for you.
If you are moving to the United States for a job or school, we can assist with student visas and employer-sponsored work visas. There can be complicated compliance standards for corporate immigration applications. Whether you are the company hiring an employee or the employee yourself, legal support is essential for this process.
Employment Authorization Documents (also known as EADs or work permits) must be renewed on a regular basis, so it’s very important to contact an attorney before your EAD expires. Our attorneys have handled thousands of EAD applications. We work closely with you, your employer, and/or your labor union to make sure everything is correct. We help workers in every industry, in every state in the U.S., with an excellent record of successful Visa applications and immigration proceedings. Get started on your application today.
Contact Novo Legal
One of the hardest parts of dealing with Immigration Law is identifying your family’s needs. Our Seattle office is multi-lingual and can assist you in understanding your rights and options for immigration defense. For more information about what our firm can do for you, please contact Novo Legal to schedule an appointment.
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship.