The Progress Law Firm handles a wide range of immigration cases nationwide. As an immigrant herself, attorney Violet Dersahakian understands immigration cases' urgent and personal nature, particularly where deportation and removals are involved. We offer representation before the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the Department of State, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and more. Federal immigration cases the firm handles include:
Family Immigration: Immigrating through a family member who is a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident is the most common type of immigration to the United States. At Progress Law, we regularly represent U.S. citizens and residents with applications seeking to bring their spouses, fiancés, children, parents, and siblings to join them in the U.S.
Naturalization: Naturalization is the process of permanent residents gaining U.S. citizenship. At Progress Law, we regularly represent residents in this process, from filing citizenship applications, preparing clients for their interviews, and representing clients at their naturalization interviews.
Business Immigration & Compliance: At Progress Law, we help businesses ensure that they comply with federal immigration law and represent businesses filing employment-based visas to work in the U.S. as well as green card applications for permanent residence.
Student Immigration: Students and universities can face their own set of immigration challenges. At Progress Law, we help students and school officials with filings for M, J, and F visas.
Startups and Entrepreneurs: Foreign startups and entrepreneurs can face challenges trying to adapt the U.S. immigration system, intended for U.S. businesses employing foreign nationals, to self-employment.
Humanitarian and Immigration Court: For those facing bonds, detentions, and inadmissibility waivers, Progress Law's asylum and removal lawyers can offer representation in immigration court. For those seeking asylum for humanitarian reasons, Progress Law can also help. We offer representation for those seeking political asylum, victims of domestic violence filing VAWA applications, and minors seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.
The U.S. immigration system isn't something you should try to navigate on your own. Whether you're just beginning the immigration process for your family or business, or you're already well into the process, Progress law can help you through the labyrinth.