Johnson Law Group is pleased to announce that we are expanding our practice to include immigration law. We understand that immigration can be a complex and challenging process, and we are here to help you and your family navigate the system.
Our experienced immigration attorneys can assist you with a wide range of immigration matters, including:Family-based immigration:
We can help you obtain a green card or citizenship through a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Employment-based immigration: We can help you obtain a work visa or green card through your job offer.Humanitarian immigration:
We can help you obtain asylum or refugee status if you are fleeing persecution in your home country.Removal defense:
If you are facing removal from the United States, we can represent you in immigration court and fight for your right to stay.
Read more below about our Immigration practice or also visit our family law blog
to familiarize yourself with family law tp better understand the different legal practice areas.
Specifically, the legal professionals at Johnson Law Group can assist you or a loved one with the following family-based matters:
-Spousal Visas (K-3, CR-1, IR-1), including petitions to remove conditions on residence;
-Consular Processing for eligible relatives residing outside the United States; and
-Fiancé Visas (K-1);
After an individual has been granted permanent residency and the individual has obtained his green card, they may later choose to pursue citizenship through the naturalization process.
If you are a permanent resident of the United States, we can help you to apply for citizenship through naturalization. Securing U.S. citizenship through naturalization allows you to enjoy the full rights and responsibilities of those who acquired citizenship through birth.
You may already qualify to be a United States Citizen depending on your family’s immigration status. We can help you determine if you are already a U.S. citizen and obtain a Certificate of Citizenship.
Immigration status through the Violence Against Women Act. We can help you obtain Legal Permanent Residence or defend your removal from the United States if you have been the victim of domestic violence by a spouse who is a Legal Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen. Our attorneys have extensive experience with VAWA cases, having represented both men and women victims of domestic violence.
U-Visa for victims of specific crimes who help law enforcement in the investigation and/or prosecution of the defendant.
T-Visa for victims of human trafficking who assist law enforcement authorities investigate and/or prosecute trafficking crimes.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (“SIJS”). We can help you or your minor child family member qualify for legal permanent residence through SIJS. Our attorneys have experience in both the Family and/or Guardianship Court process required first to apply for SIJS.
Our attorneys can help you avoid deportation through their experience with the following fundamental deportation defenses:
• Cancellation of Removal
• Adjustment of Status
• Voluntary Departure
• Criminal and Other Waivers
• Prosecutorial Discretion and Deferred Action
• Board of Immigration Appeals
• Immigration Courts
The attorneys at Johnson Law Group have many years of experience defending non-citizens in criminal cases. They are knowledgeable in which criminal convictions will affect your immigration status and how to minimize those negative consequences.
If you are struggling with any aspect of immigration law, including permanent residency, green card renewal or citizenship, contact Johnson Law Group. Our Johnson Law Group Immigration Attorneys have many years of experience defending non-citizens in criminal cases. They are knowledgeable in which criminal convictions will affect your immigration status and how to minimize those negative consequences. Get the help you need and contact Johnson Law Group today at 720-445-4444
to schedule a free initial consultation