If you are seeking permanent resident status for yourself or members of your family, Jaime Barron, P.C. can help.
Family-based immigration involves cases related to bringing a spouse, parents, children, or siblings to the United States or seeking permanent residency for them inside the United States.
Jaime Barron, P.C. lawyers will work with you on understanding and obtaining immigration benefits that might be available to you once legal status has been obtained, or during the transition to becoming legal resident.
Some of the Family Immigration Cases we handle include:
Does your family need a waiver? Depending on your family situation, you or your family member may require a different types of waivers to obtain residency. Our lawyers are trained to prepare a waiver that best represents your unique familial legal circumstances to the consular or Immigration officer.
Have you been waiting to file immigration papers for your spouse, but are afraid they will get stuck outside of the United States for an extended period of time? Let Jaime Barron, P.C. lawyers help you and your family. Stateside Consular Processing is an effective new process that allows qualified individuals to file for a pardon inside the United States and expedite their ability to obtain residency abroad. With Stateside Consular Processing, you can actually file for your pardon inside the United States and wait for the decision on their waiver and pardon while you are inside the United States.
At Jaime Barron, P.C., we have proudly assisted many same-sex couples to achieve immigration and associated benefits in the United States. We have provided assistance and guidance to the LGBTQA community for years. Our staff understands the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQA community during this process here in the United States and abroad.
Obtaining Citizenship not only requires timely filing of the application but to appropriately complete the process as prescribed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. We had the pleasure of guiding hundreds of clients through the Citizenship process. Our Offices not only provide assistance in submitting and securing your application but also to accompany you to your interview.
Waiting to hear back about your Immigration Case? Your case got denied? Let Jaime Barron, P.C. handle the research and find what exactly is the issue. When Jaime Barron, P.C. lawyers check the paperwork, they can react immediately and work directly with you and the office of immigration.
Victim of Notary Fraud? Require another opinion on your case? Is your current lawyer providing the right guidance to you? Our Firm is your “second opinion” headquarter. Hundreds of our clients come to our Offices to seek a second opinion on the advice given by another lawyer. Our firm prides itself on providing honest answers to your questions. We have been able to salvage many cases that were either improperly or fraudulently filed. Our advice to you is honest and honorable.
Interviewing for citizenship or a green card is a demanding process where Jaime Barron, P.C. can help. Our staff can accompany you to your immigration and naturalization interviews to maximize your success with both cases.
Jaime Barron, P.C. offers translation services, so speaking a different language does not stand in your way of immigration to the U.S. or becoming a citizen of the U.S. Our multilingual team members are available to help translate during your immigration interview or to help with your immigration and citizenship paperwork.
If you or a relative is currently a member of the Armed Forces, Navy, or National Guard, you could qualify for an exciting new immigration program. Contact Jaime Barron, P.C. to find out more about Parole in Place.
The United States designates special immigration status for citizens from countries that have been devastated by a natural disaster. We have represented hundreds of individuals from El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Syria, Nepal and other countries obtain and maintain Temporary Protected Status. Aside from maintaining TPS status, we have also assisted hundreds of individuals obtain travel permits to visit family and friends outside the United States.
Jaime Barron, P.C. is one of the few firms that can proudly say they specialize in this unique area of immigration. If you are a Central American, Cuban, or national of a former Soviet Bloc country who has been in the United States since 1995, contact our firm to see if you qualify to apply for residency.
U-Visas provide a special type of immigration status to those who have been a victim of a severe crime in the United States. This visa, if granted, can allow you to obtain work permit and eventually allow you to seek a green card without leaving the United States. The U-Visa was created to protect all people, no matter their residency status in the United States. If you or a loved one has been a victim of a crime in the United States, contact Jaime Barron, P.C. to see if you qualify for a U-Visa and how it can help protect you and your family.
Under a law authorized by President Obama, many individuals who came to the United States at a very young age and completed schooling in the United States may be eligible to obtain temporary legal status in the United States. Whether you completed high school or GED or are currently in vocation school or ESL classes, you may qualify to apply for DACA. Our Offices have assisted several hundred young men and women obtain legal status through DACA and we continue to assist with filing of new DACA applications as well as with renewal of approved applications.
The VAWA aims to protect against domestic violence within the United States. If you are or were married to a United States citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident (green card holder) in the US and were a victim of domestic violence, you may be protected by the VAWA. We have assisted hundreds of female and male victims of physical, emotional, mental, and sexual violence obtain legal status through VAWA. Contact us to find out about your rights under the VAWA and to see how Jaime Barron, P.C. can help with your case.
Our attorneys have represented individuals who are detained by Immigration as well those who are currently in deportation process. Deportation proceedings are complicated and require knowledge about recent changes in the law. Additionally, our Attorneys represent individuals in Court proceedings regularly and have an understanding on local court procedures, judges and opposing counsels. Immigration Services utilizes many detention sites across Texas, Virginia and Maryland.
For families, who have a family member detained by Immigration, this can be a traumatic process. Our staff can guide and assist you on the steps to obtain immigration bond for those who qualify and to represent individuals in Immigration Court to seek appropriate relief. When an individual is detained or fighting a case in front of an immigration judge, specific rules and processes must be followed. Failure to follow the rules and specific laws can and will harm your case. Do not leave your case in the hands of the cheapest lawyer you can find. EXPERIENCE MATTERS.