The FIDE Law immigration practice includes deportation defense, asylum, family and employment-based petitions, appeals, bonds, green card applications and naturalization. In every immigration case, there’s a lot at stake: your family, your freedom, your future. Our goal is to guide you every step of the way.
Immigration law is complex. You need an expert. You don’t want to take chances because you may only have one chance. You need a lawyer who can look beyond the legal issues and see your whole personal situation: what will the impact of a course of action be on family and my future. What will this cost? What are all my options?
We can help you with all matters concerning legal permanent residency (green card), and citizenship (naturalization). We help you prepare and submit all family based visa petitions.
Very often, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) of the U.S. Federal Government will place an “immigration detainer” on the accused. That means that the person facing charges may be incarcerated under the control of the Federal Government even beyond the time of his incarceration by the state. The accused may be transferred into ICE custody and held without bond. This can happen at any time.
If you or a family member have been detained by ICE, you should call a lawyer immediately. If you are facing criminal charges that could have an impact on your immigration status you should call a lawyer immediately. We can help you or your loved one address your criminal case and your immigration situation. You may be able to post bond or challenge the federal order of detention. You need a lawyer who understands both criminal and immigration law. Post-Conviction relief is a new and always-changing area of law.
We are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), a nationwide organization of immigration attorneys which has a vast network of resources to use in your case.
The attorneys and paralegals at FIDE Law speak fluent Spanish. We have an attorney who is proficient French and Italian. We are sensitive to special cultural issues regarding family and marriage, religion and national origin.
The initial immigration consultation costs $100.00. If you decide to hire us for your case, that amount will be applied to your account. Fees are negotiable in special circumstances. Payment plans are generally accepted.
Call today to discuss your case.