Phoenix Immigration Lawyers
Meeting Your Family and Business Immigration Needs
Much has changed since the first immigrants gazed upon the welcoming beacon of the Statute of Liberty in New York Harbor in 1892. Back then, many immigrants arriving at Ellis Island had tearful memories of bidding a final goodbye to loved ones in their home country, without hope of ever seeing or speaking to them again.
Today’s modern immigrants are cosmopolitan and connected. With the advent of e-mail, social networking, the smartphone, and accessible transportation, the fabric of the family itself has changed remarkably in the last two decades. It is quite common nowadays for families to be multinational, with mother born in one country, and dad a citizen of another.
Lovers meet online and form strong relationships. Business travelers commute routinely from cities in Europe, Asia or across the world, to negotiate or conduct business in the United States. Today’s new-found connections carry the promise of permanent business or personal relationships tomorrow.
Immigration proceedings are complex and tedious, but they must be followed if you are to achieve your goals of living and working in the U.S., or becoming a U.S. citizen. Our Phoenix immigration attorneys have been helping immigrants across the planet for 15 years, and we have the skill and know-how to effectively assist you in these matters.
To find out more about how our firm can assist you, call (602) 603-4032. We are available 24/7 to assist you and offer services in English, Spanish and Russian regarding any immigration questions you have.
Making a Better Life for Oneself: The Driving Force That Never Changes
Although the tide of immigration ebbs and flows for various reasons, the driving force behind it remains the same. The quest for a better life is universal among immigrants.
Historically, people have migrated to America to flee starvation, poverty, war, or religious or political persecution.
In Colonial America, the vast majority of immigrants were indentured servants who worked as laborers or domestic workers in exchange for food or housing in their native land. Others migrated to America to gain religious freedom. In the mid-1840s to 1850s, over a million immigrants came from Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, and Germany to escape famine and disease during the great potato blight. In total, 30 million European settlers came to the United States from 1836 to 1914 through Ellis Island.
Legal Help Applying for a Visa
For over 225 years, immigrants from all over the Globe have brought innovative ideas, traditions, and a rich cultural heritage to America. Our nation has been strengthened in the process.
Our Phoenix immigration lawyers at Maria Jones Law Firm appreciate the diverse personalities and needs of every client who comes to them for a legal assistance. Attorney Maria Jones has over 15 years of immigration law experience and is admitted to practice throughout the entire United States by assisting immigrants in all 50 states. She and her staff are dedicated to unite families which were torn apart by the immigration system and show them a solid path of becoming permanent residents and citizens of the United States.
- Appealing Your Case to the Board of Immigration Appeals
- Building a Strong Immigration Portfolio
- Helping Clients Invest, Employ or Work in the U.S.
- Filing a Motion to Reopen a Case in Immigration Court
- Unlawful Presence & Waivers
- Claiming U.S. Citizenship Based on Parentage
- How to Become a U.S. Citizen Through Naturalization
- Skilled & Aggressive Removal Defense in Immigration Courts
- What to do when an immigrant is arrested and placed in the removal proceedings
- What is a Fiancée Visa?
- Bringing Your Foreign Spouse and Children on a K-3 or K-4 Non-Immigrant Visa
- B-1 & B-2 Non-Immigrant Temporary Visas
- Receiving a Green Card Through Family-Based Immigration
- What are the qualifications for an Adjustment of Status
Now I am a permanent resident!- Alfredo Hernandez
We would recommend Maria Jones to everyone who needs help with immigration status- Lorenzo V.
My Deportation Was Cancelled!- Gabriela R.
They know what they are doing and know how to treat their clients.- Bruna
The lawyers are really good at explaining the process and they go detail by detail.- Ramos