U & T Visas
A visa may be available to you if you are a victim of a qualifying crime or a victim of trafficking. You may petition for a visa to receive temporary immigration benefits for yourself and for qualifying family members, obtain a work permit, and apply for legal permanent residency (AKA, Green Card)
A U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR, also known as a Green Card holder) may petition for a eligible family member to come to the United States and get their green card.
A person born outside of the U.S. may become a U.S. Citizen if they meet certain requirements.
Some individuals who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action and apply for a work permit.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
If a minor is in the United States and needs the protection of a juvenile court because they have been abused, abandoned or neglected by a parent, they may be eligible for Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) classification, and they may qualify for lawful permanent residency (also known as getting a Green Card).
FOIA stands for Freedom of Information Act. It is a law that provides access to information and records from federal agencies. The government is required to disclose any information requested under the FOIA unless it falls under an exemption (due to national security, personal privacy, and law enforcement).
A person that is a victim of battery or extreme cruelty committed by their U.S. citizen spouse or former spouse; a U.S. citizen parent; U.S. citizen son or daughter; a lawful permanent resident (LPR) spouse or former spouse; or an LPR parent, may self-petition for immigration benefits and apply for lawful permanent residency, AKA, Green Card.
Employment-Based Nonimmigrant Visas
Student: academic, vocational
Conservatorships (General and Limited)
Note Additional Services: Not offered at regular rate