Immigrating to the United States legally can be difficult. It requires applicants to comply with burdensome regulations, jump through a number of hoops, and often pay large sums of money up front without guaranteed results. If you or a loved one are already in the United States and facing deportation, the situation is even more complicated and the stakes higher. In either case, you need to consult an experienced Immigration Attorney for assistance.
The Law Offices of Adrian LeCesne, located in San Diego, California can assist you and your family with individual and business immigration matters including:
- H-1B visas (Professionals)
- Investor Visas (E-1, E-2, and E-3 Visas)
- L-1 Visa
- PERM Labor Certification
- TN Visas for Canadian and Mexican Citizens
- Family and Marriage Based Green Card Applications
- Deferred Action (DACA) Application
- Asylum and Withholding of Removal Petition
- Cancelation of Removal
About Immigration Law
To enter the United States legally, an individual needs a visa or green card. The United States offers visas and green cards to applicants who meet specific requirements, and there’s a veritable alphabet of potential visas for applicants to consider. Generally, immigrant visas are available for people with U.S. Citizen family members or spouses, qualifying employment opportunities, or compelling humanitarian need.
Some people coming to the United States for family, employment or marriage may also be eligible for a green card, which gives the individual permanent residence in the United States. Students, investors and other individuals may qualify for non-immigrant visas that allow them to stay in the United States for specific periods of time based on the purpose of their arrival, the value of the business or commerce they bring, their level of education, and the type of U.S. entity or institution sponsoring the application.
To determine which type of visa best suits your needs, consult with an experienced San Diego Immigration Attorney today!
Immigration laws and procedures are constantly changing; the Law Office of Adrian LeCesne will help you navigate the complex systems of immigration laws, regulations and agencies quickly and for a reasonable price. Whether you’re opening a new business, bringing over employees, or coming to work in the U.S. as an educated professional, you need look no further than here.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is responsible for locating and removing individuals who reside in the United States without proper documentation. If you never had a visa, or have overstayed, you’re considered a “removable alien”, even if you were brought to the U.S. as a child, or didn’t know a status document was required. However, even if ICE agents arrest you and/or order you to appear in court, you may still be able to avoid deportation with the help of an Immigration Attorney in San Diego County. People who represent themselves in Immigration Court without an attorney are up to nine times more likely to be deported, often because they don’t understand the options they have, or ICE convinces them to waive certain defenses or make admissions that later harm their claims for reasons to stay in the U.S.
If you or a family member is facing removal, please contact at attorney as soon as possible!
Hiring an Immigration Attorney
If you are hoping to bring a loved on to the United States, or if you are facing deportation in the United States, an experienced immigration attorney like Adrian LeCesne can help. He is happy to help people apply for fiancé, marriage or family-based green cards; student visa applicants; visas for educated professionals and persons with specialized skills sought by U.S. companies; and business executive or investor visas.
If you or someone you love is facing deportation, he can help stop or delay deportation and/or assist you in applying for asylum.
Contact Law Office of Adrian LeCesne
Adrian LeCesne is an experienced San Diego County attorney who helps with all types of issues related to immigration including Rodríguez Bond Hearings for people detained at the Otay Mesa Detention Facility. He speaks both English and Mandarin Chinese for the convenience of his clients, and can arrange for translators for the Spanish, French, and Haitian Creole languages. To learn more about his services or to schedule a consultation, please contact Law Office of Adrian LeCesne today!