Sparks Law, PLLC is a Texas board-certified immigration law firm, which means our firm has proven its experience and skill in handling legal services. We have undergone a rigorous process of being certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The board certification program process involves taking an examination and meeting a host of other requirements to set us apart as among the best of those who practice law in the great State of Texas. We are based in Austin, Texas but take cases from across the state.
Our board-certified immigration lawyers have the experience and skills to help our clients more easily and effectively navigate the complex immigration system, which can be frustrating and daunting for many.
In texas board cases when you or your loved one has been placed in removal proceedings and the government wants to have you or the loved one deported, the experience is more than daunting and downright scary for many. This is true regardless of how long someone has been in the United States or why the government now wants to have them deported. When this happens, it is important that you have by your side experienced board certified attorneys with legal specialization to do their best in preventing your deportation or the deportation of a loved one.
Many people ask whether they need a texas board immigration attorney when faced with an immigration issue or problem. The short answer is yes. Often, even a simple immigration matter can quickly get complicated if not properly handled or if one makes a mistake along the way. Even a seemingly minor error can lead to major delays in immigration appeals or can even result in the denial of critical immigration benefits. Look always for legal specialization.
Having the services of board certified attorneys can make a world of difference in the outcome of your case. Hiring a Texas board certified immigration attorney means you will have the highest quality of representation in your texas board case.
In the removal case, for example, an experienced removal attorney will mount an aggressive defense in your case that will either stop the government from deporting you or at least fend-off the deportation for as long as possible. Often, preventing the immediate deportation of someone allows for other defenses or options to materialize that would allow the person to find a legal means of both preventing the deportation and remaining in the United States legally.
These options may include obtaining a green card even for someone who has been out of valid status if the person is eligible to obtain a green card. Eligibility for a green card while in removal proceedings can be family or employment-based, but it is based strictly on one’s individual circumstances.
In a situation where one is facing imminent deportation, a family-based green card might be an option if the individual is a close relative of a United States citizen, such as a spouse, child, or parent. In cases like that, there is much board certified lawyers can do in either have your removal case terminated to pursue your options with USCIS or to go ahead and pursue those options in the removal proceedings.
If you fear persecution if deported to your native country, or if you have been a victim of persecution in that country, experienced board certified specialists can help you file and successfully obtain asylum in the United States.
When you contact texas board certified lawyers, we schedule you for a consultation, in which we ask questions and take information from you to fully understand your situation. We also ask that you provide any documents or communications you have had with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or another government agency or supreme court concerning your immigration issue. Once we have obtained all the information and documents concerning your matter, we will craft a solution to resolve the issue and advise you accordingly regarding our legal specialization. We handle every step of the process, whether you are applying for a visa or need to defend against deportation.
USCIS examiners are trained to review, deny, or approve cases by the book. If you seek a benefit from the agency and your petition or application is filed in a subpar manner or is missing required information to make a case for approval, you can expect either rejection or denial of your case.
If your petition or application is rejected, you can refile and fix the problem. However, if your petition or application is denied, you will need to appeal the decision properly to prove you are entitled to the immigration benefits you seek. If you apply on your own and hit a wall, always seek legal specialization help immediately.
It is crucial to hire an experienced immigration lawyer from J. Sparks Law, PLLC with legal specialization because we will make sure you avoid unnecessary delay or denial whenever possible. The immigration process is generally time-consuming and many cases are subject to long waiting time because of backlogs in the processing of those cases.
When you file your case, it must be free from errors and must contain all the required information for processing. Again, if there are errors in your application or if your application is missing information or required supporting documents, your immigration benefits can be rejected. This can require re-filing the application or appealing a denied case, both of which prolong getting the immigration benefits you need from USCIS.
Having an experienced immigration attorney can make a big difference because you can be assured that they will file your case professionally and make sure there are no errors or missing information that would result in further delays in the processing of your case. Your immigration lawyer will know what a USCIS examiner reviewing your case is looking for. The lawyer with the correct legal specialization will make sure that information or documents are filed and presented in a manner that makes it easier for the examiner to approve the application or petition.
If you are in the Austin area and have an immigration problem or issue to be resolved, contact our office today to schedule your initial consultation.
Our texas board-certified immigration attorney knows that the U.S. immigration system is a complex maze of intricate laws, unclear processes, and hoops to jump through. People often face difficulties achieving success in pursuing their immigration goals without the assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced lawyer. As a board-certified attorney in immigration law, Julie Sparks is well-versed in U.S. immigration laws and policies. She and her team are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals.
With well over twenty years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at J. Sparks Law, PLLC have what it takes to see your case through to the end and beyond, if an appeal to the supreme court is necessary. When you retain our firm, you can rest assured that your case will be handled with great care and that your needs will be prioritized every step of the way.
Consult J. Sparks Law, PLLC by calling (512) 952-2176 or contacting us online.
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At J. Sparks Law, PLLC, we offer a wide range of legal services for most types of immigration cases. We routinely assist clients seeking visas, green cards, and citizenship.
Our compassionate attorneys in Austin are also dedicated to helping individuals who face the threat of removal from the U.S. or physical violence in their home country, handling VAWA, DACA, asylum, and deportation defense cases.
In addition to all these cases, we also handle appeals. Our lawyers have extensive experience fighting injustice in the American immigration system.
Based in Austin and serving clients throughout Texas and the world, our firm helps clients through some of the most emotional and challenging experiences of their lives. With a results-driven yet client-focused approach, we strive to help people live, work, and thrive in America.
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