EMC Immigration Law, LLC works with individuals, families, and businesses.

EMC Immigration Law, LLC is a firm dedicated solely to the practice of immigration law.

Immigrating or temporarily working in the U.S. can be a very complex and stressful process. Defending your right to remain in the U.S. through deportation proceedings creates significant anxiety and uncertainty for the immigrant and their loved ones.

EMC Immigration Law is dedicated to making the immigration process for individuals, families, and businesses more navigable and with as little stress as possible. We have successfully represented individuals with applying for U.S. citizenship, individuals in deportation proceedings, family petitioning their family to immigrate to the U.S., victims of crimes or abuse, and persons appealing negative decisions by immigration judges or immigration agencies. We creatively analyze the facts of our client’s cases to come up with the best, and most economical, strategy to accomplish the client’s goals.

Victims of Abuse

  • Obtaining certifications from law enforcement agencies for U visas
  • Assistance with filing for U nonimmigrant status (if in the U.S.) or U visas (if outside of the U.S.)
  • Assistance in applying for legal status for trafficking victims
  • Assistance in applying for legal status for victims of abuse by U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse, child, or parent (VAWA)

Representation at USCIS

  • Waivers for inadmissibility grounds
  • Naturalization applications
  • Adjustment of status
  • Appeals for marriage fraud, or other grounds of denial of a petition or application with USCIS

Immigration through family members

  • Visas to enter the U.S. through a family-based petition
  • Adjustment of status

Waivers at U.S. consulates or in the U.S.

  • Criminal related waivers
  • Unlawful presence waivers
  • Health related grounds
  • Misrepresentation or fraud
  • Waivers of the two-year residency requirement for J-1 visa holders
  • Waivers through USCIS, immigration judge proceedings, or at the consulates

Deportation Proceedings

  • Cancellation of Removal
  • Motions to terminate and reopen
  • Additional waivers in front of an Immigration Judge (212(h), 237(a)(1)(H), 212(i), etc.)
  • Asylum, withholding of removal, protection under the Convention Against Torture
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