Immigration problems can be complicated, and the potential consequences can be frightening. If you have immigration questions, you need an experienced lawyer who can clarify the process for you and help you find solutions.
The lawyers at Briglia Hundley have experience handling a broad range of immigration issues. Our immigration practice works with individuals and business clients to obtain a variety of family and employment based immigrant and non-immigrant visas. Specifically, we advise clients regarding:
- Employment Eligibility
- I-9 Compliance
- Temporary Visas (Work or Visit)
- Hiring Foreign Workers
- Labor Certification Process
- Obtaining Permanent Residence
- Family Sponsorship
- Becoming United States Citizens
With so many different types of visas available, you need to find the one that best fits your immediate and long-term requirements. Our lawyers have experience handling both family and business immigration concerns. We will meet with you,discuss your options, and determine the best legal approach to address your immigration issues. In addition to visa applications, we help our clients obtain permanent residency through Green Cards and citizenship. We understand the devastating consequences of deportation. We will do all we can to protect your rights so you may continue living and working in the U.S.
Criminal Law Concerns
A criminal conviction can put your immigration status in jeopardy, even if you are a lawful permanent resident. Whether you are the holder of temporary protected status or a non-immigrant visa, if you want to stay in the country, you need an attorney who can handle both your criminal defense and immigration concerns. The consequences are especially high for individuals charged with assault, violent crimes, or drug charges. The lawyers at Briglia Hundley have substantial experience defending criminal charges in a manner designed to minimize the potential immigration consequences. Our lawyers understand the complex issues that arise when dealing with the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and other law enforcement agencies.