Case Results

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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.