Are you facing a complicated immigration issue in Raleigh, North Carolina? Let us help. At Gardner Law, PLLC, we have the skill and experience necessary to help you achieve a positive outcome. Clients throughout the area trust our experienced Raleigh immigration lawyer's for skilled and attentive service in the issues that matter most to their lives and futures.
Crimes & Immigration
All immigrants can be deported if they are found to be in violation of U.S. immigration laws, even those that are holding a green card. At Gardner Law, we represent immigrants who have been accused of violating U.S. laws and we defend them against removal proceedings.
As an employer in North Carolina, it is important to ensure that you are in compliance with federal laws concerning hiring foreign nationals to work for your business. We can help you in such areas as I-9 compliance, E-Verify audits, and Social Security and no-match letters. Call to learn more.
Have you or someone close to you been threatened with deportation? Let our attorney proactively uphold your rights. Call to learn about cancellation of removal, Convention Against Torture (CAT) withholding of removal, or the other options available to you. Our goal is to protect your interests aggressively and effectively.
Family Based Immigration
If you have a family member in the United States who is willing to sponsor you, call Gardner Law to learn about the process of family based immigration. We can answer your questions regarding adjustment of status, consular processing, and more.
Employment Based Immigration
Every year, many individuals are able to achieve citizenship through employment. Whether your goals for working in the United States are of a short-term or long-term nature, we can help walk you through the process. Learn which visa you may qualify for and how to apply for a work permit when you call our Raleigh law office.
Excepting those who are of pure Native American heritage, every American is either an immigrant or the child of immigrants. Helping our clients achieve citizenship is an aspect of our practice that we consider to be a great privilege. If you are ready to pursue your own American journey, we want to stand by you. Call our office today to learn more about how having a Raleigh immigration lawyer on your side could benefit your journey to citizenship.
The process of naturalization is that by which a foreign national gains citizenship in the United States. In order to begin the naturalization process, you must first demonstrate that you have fulfilled the obligations outlined by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). To learn more about the naturalization process, schedule an appointment with Gardner Law.
Immigration through Military Service
The Immigration and Nationality Act (ACT) contains a provision for members of the United States military who wish to pursue citizenship. According to Sections 328 and 329 of the INA, service members who file naturalization applications enjoy an easier process to citizenship. Learn more about this option when you meet with the attorneys of Gardner Law.
Do you have questions about dual citizenship? Most countries have different laws and policies regarding dual citizenship. In some countries it is not legal to hold dual citizenship - in others, it is. To learn more about these laws and how they affect you, it is wise to talk with a Raleigh immigration attorney who can provide information and advice specific to your situation.
We are able to provide legal services for our clients in English and Spanish. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact our Raleigh law office and schedule a consultation. We charge $100 for immigration consultations, but if you choose to retain our firm, we will credit this money. Learn more about our unique law firm and about how we are prepared to help you accomplish your immigration goals in North Carolina.