Immigration Law

Family Immigration

Ensuring your family stays together is a top priority in American immigration law, and Shuler Killen is here to assist you. If you’re a US citizen or a lawful permanent resident (green card holder), we can help you navigate the complexities of family immigration cases. Whether you’re applying for visas for your fiancé, spouse, or children, seeking foreign national-spouse visas, or dealing with petitions and visa preference categories, our experienced team at Shuler Killen has the expertise to guide you through the legal process. Count on us to handle the intricacies of family immigration law, allowing you to focus on the joy of being reunited with your loved ones in the United States. More than immigration lawyers, we stand as your lifelong ally.

Naturalization

Becoming a United States citizen is a very long and significant journey for numerous foreign nationals. If you find yourself eligible and ready to pursue naturalization, Shuler Killen is here to support and guide you. Our team specializes in aiding individuals as they progress from being a legal permanent resident (holding a green card) to achieving the status of a naturalized citizen. With our assistance, you can navigate the complexities of the naturalization process with confidence, ensuring a smooth and successful transition. At Shuler Killen, we make your path to becoming a U.S. citizen as straightforward as possible.

Deportation Defense

If you’re confronting removal proceedings, it’s crucial to have a skilled immigration attorney by your side. The consequences of unsuccessful defense in these proceedings can be profound and severe, resulting in permanent separation of families. We understand the gravity of these situations and are here to offer the experienced representation you need.

Our firm brings a wealth of knowledge in navigating the intricate landscape of federal systems and interpreting immigration laws, statutes, and regulations. Shuler Killen has a proven track record in handling deportation defense cases. We work diligently to protect your rights and explore every avenue to secure a favorable outcome for you. Facing removal proceedings is a daunting experience, but with our expertise and commitment, we strive to provide the support and legal guidance you need during this challenging time.

Refugee and Asylum

If you are in a situation where you need protection from persecution in your home country, seeking asylum can provide a safe haven in the United States. Shuler Killen understands the complexities surrounding asylum cases and is here to assist you. We specialize in helping individuals who are unable or unwilling to return to their home countries due to past persecution or a well-founded fear of future persecution based on factors such as race, religion, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion.

Navigating the asylum process can be intricate, but with our extensive experience, we can guide you through the complexities. Trust Shuler Killen to provide the support and legal expertise you need during this challenging time. Your journey toward asylum in the United States is important, and we are here to help you every step of the way.

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

If your home country is grappling with a crisis, like war or environmental disasters, you may be eligible for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Created by the Immigration Act of 1990, TPS is a temporary immigration status granted to foreign nationals facing extraordinary and temporary conditions. Each country has its own set of rules and regulations for TPS. At Shuler Killen we specialize in navigating the complexities of TPS cases. Allow us to assist you in determining your eligibility for temporary protected status. Reach out to us, and we’ll guide you through the process with clarity and expertise.

Immigration for Crime Victims

If you or a loved one has been a victim of crime, there are two visa programs that offer a pathway to green cards for victims and their family members. The T visa is designed for those brought into the United States through human trafficking, while the U visa is available to victims of various crimes such as abduction, kidnapping, or domestic violence. In our local community, the majority of U visa applicants have experienced domestic violence or assault.

At Shuler Killen, we specialize in simplifying your options and guiding you through the application process for the visa that aligns best with your unique situation. Our team brings clarity to the complexities of T and U visas, ensuring that you understand your rights and opportunities as a victim of crime. Trust us to navigate the legal landscape and advocate for your immigration needs with a clear, direct, and supportive approach.

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