Experienced Law Firm Provides Quality Legal Services to Immigrants in South Carolina and Colorado
Skilled attorneys stand up for immigrants’ rights
Immigrating to the United States is a life-changing decision but the process can be rife with difficulties and confusion. At Fuentes & Esquivel, P.A. with offices on Hilton Head Island, SC, and Denver, CO, we offer hands-on representation in a variety of cases such as family-based immigration, adjustment of status, naturalization, DACA, work permit renewals, Temporary Protected Status cases, U nonimmigrant visas for victims of criminal activities, ICE holds and removal or deportation proceedings. We have been representing clients since 1998, providing consistent, empathetic and professional legal assistance in English and Spanish. Our knowledge, experience and a thorough understanding of immigration laws have enabled us to offer time-tested solutions to immigrants and their families.
Family Based Immigration
Navigating the immigration process can be daunting, even for those who have already been through it. US citizens and legal permanent residents face different challenges and considerable expense when filing for family members. We strive to make the process as seamless and affordable as possible whether the family member is located in or outside of the United States.
Contact our qualified team for any of the following services:
Family of US citizens — US citizens are entitled to petition for certain family members to receive legal status depending on the relationship with the beneficiary. These are but a few of the cases we help with: petitions for spouses, parents, married or unmarried sons and daughters, children, siblings and fiancé(s).
Family of green card holders — If you’re a lawful permanent resident (LPR) of the United States, you may also petition for family members such as your spouse, unmarried children under 21, or unmarried sons and daughters 21 and over.
Special Visas and Cases
There are several categories of individuals who don’t have family in the US but who can request immigration benefits from the US government. We are proud to provide assistance with the following cases:
U visas— Granted in a limited number every year, this type of visa is set aside for victims of human trafficking and other crimes. Our office will examine and proceed with your case carefully and competently so your application is filed correctly and in a timely manner. In the event the limit of 10,000 visas per year is reached, we guide you through your application for work authorization, if available, while on the waiting list for an available visa.
DACA — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals allows undocumented immigrants, who arrived in or were brought to the US before the age of 16, to apply for a Social Security Number and work authorization, while providing temporary protection from deportation. If eligible, we help you file your initial or renewal request so you can avoid the common errors that can get your application rejected.
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) — Certain immigrants to the US come from countries affected by war, famine, natural disasters or other conditions that make living there difficult or unsafe. We’ll be happy to determine your eligibility and assist you through the application process for TPS and employment authorization.
Removal or Deportation — Given the recent actions taken by the US government to block certain immigration benefits, we have kept abreast of the changes to some of the conditions under which immigrants can stay in the country and petition for legal status. We are committed to looking out for our clients’ interests and helping to prevent any removal or deportation based on subjective criteria that have no standing under the law.
Please feel free to contact our firm at 844-534-2551 or email@example.com for any questions or concerns. A team of qualified and compassionate professionals is ready to assist you. Our firm offers comprehensive strategies tailored to your specific needs, and your case becomes our focus from the moment you step through our door.