Immigration Legal Services We Provide
LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENCY
The Law Offices of Samrach Sar offers legal services and advice pertaining to legal permanent residency and family-based petitions, also known as "green cards".
We provide services for green cards for a spouse, children, parents and siblings; fiancé(e) visas; removal of conditions on residency (I-751); waivers of inadmissibility; immigrant visas at an embassy (consular processing); and adjustment of status.
Removal proceedings are administrative proceedings to determine an alien's removability from the United States and his or her eligibility for relief under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
We represent individuals before the Immigration Court; and assess the eligibility for forms of relief from removal (deportation.) We negotiate with ICE in initial custody determinations, and appear at bond hearings for detained clients.
I-140 PD Retention
Employment-Based Green Card and PERM
Embassy Processing of Employment-Based Immigrant Visas
H-1B Specialty Occupation Workers
H-2B Temporary Workers
L-1 Intra-company Transferees
The O-1 Visa
TN Visa (NAFTA Professionals)
B-1 Visa for Certain Business Visitors
R-1 Religious Workers
ASYLUM & HUMANITARIAN IMMIGRATION
We offer representation to clients that are seeking to gain asylum in the United States, and that may be eligible for various humanitarian forms of relief with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
We represent clients who wish to become naturalized as United States citizens. We assess the eligibility for naturalization for each unique case; we complete all the necessary USCIS forms, and address any required documentation; along with helping our clients prepare for the naturalization test and interview.
We provide services for individuals who need exceptions to the naturalization test because of medical or disability reasons.
We offer appellate services if you did not prevail or have been denied relief. We will seek to reverse a negative immigration decision on appeal before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and the U.S. Courts of Appeals.