Immigration cases have a profound effect on you, your family, and your livelihood, which is why J. Sparks Law, PLLC in Austin, works hard to ensure your rights are protected and your best interests are at the forefront of everything we do. Because of this dedication, we have a long history of obtaining positive results for our clients. While no two cases are the same and no law firm can promise results, we offer a look into our past successes to see how we’ve handled similar situations. Call (512) 900-4774 to discuss your unique circumstances today.

  • Victim of Child Sexual Abuse Granted Asylum
    Child Sexual Abuse Victim Appeals for Asylum in Court

    After an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the immigration judge made a new decision and granted asylum to this victim and her child.

  • Client Released and Case Dismissed
    College Student Was Arrested for Possession

    An undocumented college student was arrested for possession of marijuana.

  • Deportation Case Terminated
    Deported Honduran National's Case Reopened

    Deportation order reopened and deportation case terminated for Honduran national ordered deported years ago.

  • Parole Awarded to Mother of Soldier
    Entered the U.S. Illegally

    Parole-in-place was awarded to the mother of an active-duty serviceman and she is now on the pathway to permanent residency even though she entered the U.S. illegally.

  • Asylum Granted
    Family Suffered Interrogation and Arrest in West Africa

    A family of 4 who suffered interrogation and arrest in West Africa were all granted asylum and are now on a pathway to citizenship.

  • Provisional Waiver Approved
    Foreign Husband Petitions for Provisional Waiver

    Provisional waiver approved for husband of U.S. citizen wife who suffers from depression.

  • Removal Proceedings Closed
    Juveniles Facing Deportation Petition for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

    A number of our juvenile clients facing deportation and in court proceedings have had their deportation court cases closed pending adjudication of their Special Immigrant Juvenile Status petitions.

  • Protection Won for Torture Survivor
    Man Previously Tortured by Police in His Country Was Awarded Protection

    A young Honduran man, previously tortured by police in his country, was awarded protection under the Convention Against Torture.

  • Case Dismissed and Deportation Avoided
    Mexican National Arrested

    A Mexican national was arrested after accidentally breaking a window on 6th Street.

  • Visa Approved for Mexican National
    Mexican National Passes Visa Interview

    Mexican national's visa was approved after her return to Mexico for a visa interview, and her green card has been received.

  • Cancellation of NTA
    Mexican National with Green Card Detained at Airport

    Green card was returned to Mexican national who was detained at an airport for a past criminal record. An agreement was reached whereby the government will not try to deport him.

  • Not Guilty Verdict for Immigrant
    Non-Citizen Charged with Prostitution

    A non-citizen charged with prostitution was facing possible deportation if convicted. Morales & Sparks achieved a "not guilty" verdict in a jury trial.

  • Non-Citizen's Criminal Case Dismissed
    Permanent Resident Charged with Assault

    A lawful permanent resident charged with assault and in fear of deportation had his criminal charges dismissed with representation from Morales & Sparks.

  • Fiancée Visas Approved
    Russian Mother and Child Await Approval of Visas

    As relations between Russia and the U.S. soured, a mother and her child were granted K fiancée visas and will soon enter the U.S. and apply for permanent residency.

  • Permanent Residency Granted
    Single Mother of Two Children Faced Deportation

    Single mother of two children faced deportation to Mexico before an immigrant judge.

  • Former Asylee Gains Citizenship
    Ugandan Torture Survivor Undergoes Naturalization

    A torture survivor from Uganda, represented by Julie Sparks in her asylum matter, has now become a U.S. citizen through the naturalization process and may now petition family members to reside as immigrants in the U.S.

  • Case Dismissed and Legalization Options Created
    Undocumented Boyfriend Falsely Accused

    An undocumented boyfriend was falsely accused of domestic violence and arrested.

  • Former Undocumented Immigrants Re-Enter U.S. wit
    Undocumented Immigrants Granted Immigrant Visas

    A husband and wife who had previously violated U.S. immigration laws were granted immigrant visas at the U.S. consulate in Mexico and now reside with their family in the U.S.

  • Asylum Approved
    Venezuelan National and Child Petition for Asylum

    Asylum approved for Venezuelan national whose child was assaulted out of political revenge.

  • Immigration Case Won
    Victim of Domestic Violence Files I-751

    I-751 approved for applicant who divorced during the first two years and was the victim of domestic violence.

  • VAWA Petition Approved for Muslim Female
    Victim of Domestic Violence Petitions for VAWA

    VAWA petition approved for Muslim female who was the victim of years of domestic violence.

  • Former Victim of Immigration Fraud Granted Resid
    Victim of Immigration Fraud Petitions for Residency

    A former victim of a fraudulent H2-B visa scheme overcame the legal obstacles in her case and was granted adjustment of status (residency) without having to submit a waiver.

  • VAWA Granted for Husband
    Wife Threatens to Turn In Immigrant Husband

    Wife took all her husband’s savings and threatened to turn him into immigration.

  • Political Asylum Granted
    Young Honduran Male Suffered Gang Violence Was Almost Murdered

    A young Honduran male suffered gang violence was almost murdered, and then illegally entered the U.S.