Louisiana Adjustment Of Status Lawyer

Obtaining legal permanent residence status — a green card, which can enable a person to remain in the United States indefinitely — is an important step for many people who enter the country with visas and wish to stay. This process is referred to as adjustment of status. Timely action is crucial because failure to file for an adjustment of status before a visa expires can result in removal/deportation.

Counsel And Representation For U.S. Citizens With Immigrant Spouses

At The Immigration Law Firm of New Orleans, we can answer all your questions about adjustment of status and help you take the proper steps. The most common scenario we deal with is the need to take action for the immigrant spouse of a U.S. citizen who entered the country legally on a K-3 or K-1 visa (a marriage/ fiancée visa).

Complex Case? Do You Need A New Orleans Asylum And Refugee Attorney?

Experienced Louisiana adjustment of status attorney Michael Gahagan also pursues:

  • Unlawful presence waivers for people who have overstayed visas or failed to follow other required immigration procedures
  • Other types of immigration waivers on behalf of people in need of deportation defense
  • Adjustments of status for eligible individuals who entered the country on work visas or certain other types of visa
  • Petitions for asylum and protection under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Reach A Responsive Lawyer You Can Trust To Prioritize Your Case

Success in achieving your family immigration goals as successfully and promptly as possible may well depend on the lawyer you contact. Michael Gahagan will take your call or return it as promptly as possible. He is consistently available to answer questions and will not sit on your case without taking action as some other attorneys are known to do.

For a consultation focused on your needs and legal options, call 504-931-5355 or contact our firm online now.