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DuPage County Immigration Attorney

Naperville immigration lawyer for deportation and asylum

Lawyers for Visas, Green Cards, and Deportation Defense in Downers Grove

The United States is often referred to as "the land of opportunity," since it welcomes people from all over the world and provides them with the chance to live in a safe environment, ensure that children can receive a quality education, and earn an income to support their family members. However, immigrating to the U.S. can be a complex and confusing process. Immigrants and their family members will need to meet a variety of requirements to legally enter the United States, and they may need to take steps to maintain their right to live and work in the country.

At SBK Law Group, our immigration lawyers have more than 25 years of combined experience, and we can provide you with dedicated representation in immigration cases. We can help you understand your rights, ensure you meet your legal requirements, and work with you to address any issues that may affect your ability to remain in the United States.

Addressing Immigration Issues

When entering the United States, bringing family members to live in the U.S., or maintaining your status as a documented, legal immigrant, you may need to deal with multiple government agencies and complete a variety of complex requirements. Our attorneys can help you address these immigration-related issues, and we can assist with:

  • Visas - Immigrants must obtain the necessary visas before they can legally enter the United States. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents may sponsor their immediate relatives or more distant family members for immigrant visas. People planning to get married to a foreign citizen may receive a special type of visa for their fiancé(e), and after marriage, the new spouse may become a lawful permanent resident. We can help you complete your requirements for obtaining a visa, including filing visa applications, affidavits showing that you can financially support your family members, and any other required documentation.
  • Green Cards - Immigrants may either apply for legal permanent resident status before entering the United States or apply for adjustment of status after entering the U.S., allowing them to become lawful permanent residents and receive a Green Card. We can assist with Green Card applications, and we can help foreign spouses of U.S. citizens remove the conditions on permanent residence for certain conditional LPRs (conditional Green Card only good for two years).
  • Removal/Deportation - There are a variety of issues that may cause immigrants to be removed or deported from the United States. Some of these immigrants may also be detained by immigration authorities during the removal or deportation proceedings. We can help you understand your options for defending against deportation, and we will provide representation in removal hearings and immigration bond hearings and do everything we can to help you avoid hardship to your family because of deportation.
  • Asylum - If you have been the victim of persecution in your home country, or if you fear that deportation would place you at risk of harm due to your race, religion, nationality, political opinions, or membership in a social group, we can help you claim asylum, which will allow you to remain in the United States.
  • Naturalization - Immigrants who have lived in the United States for a certain number of years and met other requirements may become U.S. citizens, allowing them to benefit from all of the rights provided by the U.S. Constitution. We can help you complete the naturalization process and receive the permanent benefits of citizenship.

Contact Our Downers Grove Immigration Lawyers

Immigration law is very complex, and what may seem like small errors or omissions during the process of applying for a visa or Green Card or defending against deportation can have a significant impact on your case. At SBK Law Group, we can help you resolve your immigration concerns, and we will work with you to help your family can stay together in the United States. Contact our office today at 630-427-4407. We provide legal help with immigration cases in Chicago, DuPage County, Kane County, Will County, Cook County, and Kendall County.

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