Immigration

Immi­gra­tion Law

Fed­eral Immi­gra­tion Laws in the United States are exten­sive and com­pli­cated. Our Law Firm and our attor­neys skilled in Immi­gra­tion Law can help answer all of your immi­gra­tion ques­tions and con­cerns. We have trained attor­neys ready to take on your case and will­ing to fight for you and your loved ones deal­ing with the com­plex world of Cus­toms and Immi­gra­tion Law.
Our Immi­gra­tion Attor­neys can fill out and file all your Visa Forms (includ­ing all V and K-Visas for spouses, fiancés or fam­ily mem­bers) as well as Stu­dent (F-Visas, M-Visas and J-Visa) and Work Visas. We make sure your appli­ca­tions are filed timely and accu­rately with the proper doc­u­men­ta­tion to ensure a smooth and swift immi­gra­tion experience.

We also help fill out and file N400 Appli­ca­tions for Nat­u­ral­iza­tion, N600 Appli­ca­tions for Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Cit­i­zen­ship, I-130 Rel­a­tive Immi­gra­tion forms, I-485 Green Card Appli­ca­tions, I-90 Green Card Renewals or Replace­ments, I-9 Employ­ment Ver­i­fi­ca­tions with accom­pa­ny­ing I-765 Employ­ment Autho­riza­tions, as well as I-864 Affi­davit of Sup­port. We can also help cur­rent US cit­i­zens with pass­port appli­ca­tions and renewals.

If you are fac­ing depor­ta­tion or removal pro­ceed­ings, includ­ing being con­tacted by INS or the Depart­ment of Home­land Secu­rity or the USCIS, or if you are cur­rently fac­ing crim­i­nal charges and you are an immi­grant, we have Attor­neys expe­ri­enced in mak­ing sure your rights are pro­tected and can help pre­vent your removal or depor­ta­tion. Our Attor­neys have been suc­cess­ful in help­ing immi­grants stay in the US with their fam­i­lies and loved ones and can fight for your rights to make sure you are protected.

Our attor­neys can also help you under­stand and apply for the DREAM Act pro­tec­tion, leg­is­la­tion recently enacted by Pres­i­dent Obama in his ground-breaking efforts to help ille­gal immi­grants who are try­ing to make bet­ter lives for them­selves and their fam­i­lies. If you are an ille­gal immi­grant and entered the United States before you were 16 and you are cur­rently under 30 years of age, while also pos­sess­ing a high school diploma or have mil­i­tary ser­vice, you may be eli­gi­ble for a Work Visa and all the rights and pro­tec­tions included with the visa.

Locations

San Fran­cisco Office
203 Wil­low St. Suite. 204
San Fran­cisco, CA 94109
Toll Free: (866) 957‑9966
Fax: (866) 855‑9737


Napa Office
575 Air­park Road
Napa, CA 94558
Toll Free: (866) 957‑9966
Fax: (866) 855‑9737

Disclaimer

None of the infor­ma­tion on this site con­sti­tutes legal advice. It is an ad for attor­ney ser­vices. The attor­neys at DeDecker & Meltzer are licensed attor­neys in the state of Cal­i­for­nia. The infor­ma­tion is intended to be gen­eral in nature as there are many laws and reg­u­la­tions not men­tioned on this site that may apply to your sit­u­a­tion.