Building off of his experiences as an immigration officer at the Department of Homeland Security, the founder of Law22 has made it a priority to provide professional, zealous and ethical service to those seeking immigration assistance. Unfortunately, a large number of our clients in this area had prior attorneys that charged them extravagant fees, filed the wrong applications, or otherwise grossly mishandled and mismanaged their case. Since many immigrants are unaware of the rights and protections afforded to them, they are often victims of fraud, manipulation and severe incompetence at the hands of greedy and unscrupulous lawyers. Unfortunately, most immigrants are either too afraid or do not know enough about the system to file a complaint with the authorities. At Law22, we work hard to ensure that an applicant qualifies for the sought benefit before taking their case. Ethical, sincere, aggressive, and thorough representation constitute the cornerstone of our practice and philosophy.

No stone goes unturned when we search for all options you have in your case. We won’t stop looking until we exhaust all avenues of research so that you can ensure you have sufficient information to make the right decision. Once we have counseled you on your options, and you have chosen the way you wish to proceed in your case, we methodically work on your case and take sufficient time to ensure a positive outcome on your case – we do our best to do it right the first time.

At Law22, you will find an attorney who can represent you and help resolve all of your immigration concerns. Our immigration attorneys handle a large variety of immigration cases including family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, removal (deportation) proceedings, court hearings, citizenship, and work authorizations (under, for example, President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Dealing with immigration issues can become a complex procedure, but we are here to help. It is essential to choose an attorney who is licensed, and experienced with the current and changing immigration laws.

What we can assist you with:
-Petitioning a family member (i.e., parents, children, siblings, spouse, fiancé) to allow them to gain legal status in the United States;

-Helping you obtain temporary work authorization, or to allow you to obtain lawful permanent resident status, through your employer;

-Defending you in removal (deportation) proceedings, which are held when the government indicates you are not authorized to legally stay in the United States, so that you can stay and/or work legally in the United States;

-Representing you in court where, for example, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has denied you a benefit you applied for, or are inappropriately delaying a decision in your immigration case;

-Appealing a wrongly made decision about your case;

-Responding to a Request for Further Evidence (RFE) regarding a pending petition;

-Obtaining legal status through asylum, where there is a justifiable concern of persecution based on race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group;

-Obtaining United States citizenship by determining your eligibility, preparing the application and ensuring all necessary documentation for your case is properly and efficiently submitted;

-Legally staying and working in the United States when you aren’t yet eligible for legal permanent residence, such as, for example, when there is danger in your country that prevents you from returning there safely (Temporary Protected Status), or if you came to the U.S. as a child and meet other requirements under President Obama’s Executive Action called “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”.

 

Please see the following immigration related blogs, posted by Mr. Amer: