Highly Rated Immigration Attorney
When you’re facing an immigration issue, it can feel like your entire life is on hold. As your lawyer, my #1 goal is to help you work through your status issues and arrive at the best possible resolution for you and your family. I will listen to you to understand your concerns, consult with you to make a plan, and work diligently on your behalf. I will keep you informed of updates and happenings throughout the process, and will help you understand the timeline of completing your immigration action. Immigration law is my ONLY area of practice and it is more than just a job. To me it is about helping immigrants. Being a first generation immigrant, I can relate to what it feels like to go through the immigration maze. I invite to read my reviews online from current and former clients. Call me today for a 10 min complimentary consultation.
How We Can Help
My personal experiences as an immigrant led me to choose a career in law to make a difference. I have spent part of my career representing children in juvenile court and also represented clients facing dire financial hardships. I have worked in a non-profit organization as well in larger law firms. I started my own firm because I want each and every client to know they count and will get the attention they deserve. In me, you will find someone who enjoys helping people and someone who is committed to making a positive impact.
AILA – American Immigration Lawyers Association
CBA – Chicago Bar Association (Immigration & Nationality Committee Member)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In very simple terms, this is the process by which one acquires permanent status to work and live in the US. One can fie for Adjustment of Status via family or employment.
When an individual (not born in the US) files a petition to become a US Citizen. Those born in the US and its territories are considered US citizens by birth and do not have to go through such a process.
As a US Citizen, one can vote, travel freely, live and work in the United States. One can also petition for permanent residency of ones immediate relatives. (spouses, parents, and unmarried children under 21)
Depending on what state of the immigration process you are this can impact your immigration status. If you have a conditional green card, you may still be able to secure a permanent green card. If your spouse has filed an immigrant petition for you are no longer together then the petition will no longer viable. Talking to a qualified immigrant attorney is very important. Please feel free to contact Kasturi Law, LLC at +1 630-660-0530 to further discuss your case.
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