Oregon Immigration Attorneys
At Harris Law Firm, we understand how daunting the U.S. immigration process can be and we are committed to making the experience as manageable as possible.
It is of the utmost importance to us that you understand all of your options, each step of the process in pursuing those options, and any risks involved. The U.S. Immigration laws are complicated and incorrectly prepared cases can have far-reaching consequences. Let us help you make the best choices concerning your immigration case and ensure that your case is prepared to yield the most favorable outcome possible.
Our team offers a variety of immigration legal services in order to reach a broad range of individuals in need of legal counsel. From applying for a work permit to defending you in removal proceedings, you will receive the quality and attention you deserve. Below are descriptions of some of the services we offer:
- Family Sponsored Visas
Often a non-citizen is able to obtain a green card through family members. If your spouse or close relative is a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident you may be eligible to receive such a visa. Our firm’s immigration team can assess whether you qualify for a family-sponsored visa, prepare your application, and accompany you to your immigration interview.
- Victims of Domestic Abuse, Human Trafficking and Other Crimes
The U.S. government offers visas for victims of domestic abuse, human trafficking and certain other crimes. These visas are an often overlooked resource and may result in the issuance of a green card. Our staff understands how difficult it can be for a victim to discuss these traumatic experiences and is dedicated to providing a sensitive and respectful approach to preparing your case.
Certain non-citizens who fear persecution in their home countries may be eligible for asylum. Our team can guide you through the application process and complicated asylum laws in a manner that is sensitive to your past experiences and the story you have to tell.
- Deportation/Removal Defense
A non-citizen may find himself or herself in removal proceedings for a number of reasons. For example, certain criminal convictions can put even green card holders in danger of removal. Regardless of your circumstances, if you have been placed in removal proceedings, you have options and we can help.
- Employment-Based Visas
Depending on your skills, experience, and employment field, you may be eligible for an employment-based immigrant or non-immigrant visa. We can help determine your eligibility for such a visa and prepare all components of your application.
After five years as a green card holder (or three years if you obtained your green card as a result of a marriage to a U.S. citizen), you may be eligible to naturalize and become a U.S. citizen. We can help compile all documents necessary for your application and prepare you for your citizenship test.
Harris Law Firm uses the services of Attorney Sam Asbury to assist immigration clients. Mr. Asbury has his own independent immigration law practice, and Harris Law firm provides legal support and accommodation. Potential immigration clients may be represented by Mr. Asbury directly, or through Harris Law Firm Directly. In any event, both Mr. Asbury and Harris Law firm remain fully committed to each and every immigration client we assist.
Practice Area Attorney
Harris Law Firm refers all of it’s immigration cases to attorney Sam Asbury, an experienced immigration law attorney. Mr Asbury acts as lead counsel, with assistance from Harris Law Firm, it’s associates and staff when necessary.
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