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At GT Immigration Law Group, we understand that your immigration issue is more than just a case – it is about your future.
Whether you are growing your business, building a family, or fighting deportation, we focus on finding you the right solution and working with you every step of the way.
Attorneys Brennan Gian-Grasso and Kimberly Tomczak recognize the importance of your case and are committed to giving you direct and clear advice on how to address your immigration issue and protect your family.
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If you are faced with a significant Immigration issue, we can help! Our firm offers a wide range of Immigration Law Services in the following areas of law practice.
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You have been in the United States for a long time – ten, maybe fifteen years. You were supposed to go to immigration court way back when you first arrived, but you were understandably scared, and you missed your hearing. You know you must have a removal or deportation order that could come back to haunt you at any moment. On the other hand, your life has changed drastically since you first arrived here. Maybe you have started a family, a business, or completed your education in the United States. Maybe the government of your home country has changed too, and you or your family would now be in danger upon returning. With all you have accomplished, you want to do the right thing and see what steps you can take to correct your immigration status. We can help you go through all your options, outlining the potential benefits and the risks.
You are a United States citizen. While your spouse has been in this country for a long time, he or she has no lawful status here. You are building a family, and your spouse’s immigration status constantly interferes with your family’s ability to make plans for your future. It affects his or her ability to travel, obtain a driver’s license, and work lawfully. We can help you assess whether your spouse would qualify for waiver that would allow him or her to adjust status to permanent residence.
You came to the United States lawfully, established your life here, and are now looking to bring family members here. You want to know exactly what options you have and how long the process may take. You need assistance in navigating the consular post. We can help guide you through the immigrant visa process and bring you closer to your loved ones.
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