US IMMIGRATION – VIRGINIA LAWYERS
We Represent Clients Before the Virginia Immigration Board of Appeals, Virginia Immigration Courts in Arlington, and Federal Courts
You Only Get One Chance – Get It Right the First Time!
The Virginia attorney assist clients with United States immigration matters in Virginia. Our SRIS, P.C. lawyers assist clients with temporary visas, permanent visas deportation law, naturalization law, citizenship and asylum law issues for individuals. Our lawyers in Virginia are familiar with the wide variety of immigration concerns (legal and otherwise) that you face. To set up an appointment, give us a call anytime via our toll free phone number.
The attorneys of SRIS, P.C. who handle immigration matters have client meeting locations in Virginia:
Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Loudoun, Prince William, Lynchburg & Fredericksburg
At SRIS, P.C., our Virginia attorneys are highly sensitive to both the legal and cultural obstacles our immigration clients face.
Our attorneys and staff at the Virginia are fluent in a variety of languages, including English, Tamil, Spanish, French, Hindi, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Telugu.
For over a decade, we have represented immigration clients on immigration-related matters, delivering services in a variety of nations throughout the globe, including the United States, Malaysia, India, and countries in South America.
Helping clients before the Federal Court:
Writs of Mandamus – Habeas Corpus – Petitions for Declaratory Relief
The Virginia attorneys at SRIS, P.C, regularly file writs and appeals in order to win release for immigration clients who have been detained or seek approval of desired immigration status for applicants in the U.S. District Courts in Virginia. If your case has been delayed for one year or more, you should seriously consult with our immigration lawyers regarding filing a Writ of Mandamus complaint with the Federal Court. Federal Courts require the USCIS to explain why it has delayed approval of a case within sixty days of the complaint being filed, and often these cases are resolved within a thirty to sixty-day period. Due to the high volume of immigration applicants in the Washington D.C. Metro area, Virginia & Maryland, USCIS has been at a minimum, slow if not downright unreasonable in its delays in approving cases pending before it for approval.
Whether it is a Writ of Mandamus, a Writ of Coram Nobis or some other form of federal relief, when you meet with an US lawyer from our immigration legal team in Virginia, our lawyers will discuss your case and the appropriate legal measures to gain relief on your behalf. Our experience has been that federal agencies are more likely to comply with the law in your case if they know that attorneys with a history of successful federal litigation represent you on your immigration matter.
Virginia Deportation Defense Attorneys
The Virginia attorneys of the law firm of SRIS, P.C., who assist clients with US immigration matters have track record of defending clients threatened with deportation or detention in Virginia. If you are faced with deportation and removal proceedings in Virginia, we strongly urge you to call us toll free at 888-437-7747. Do not wait to get an immigration attorney on a deportation case.
A Defense tailored for Each Client
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may initiate deportation proceedings for a variety of reasons. A visa holder’s criminal conviction, an unfavorable decision in an asylum application or a denial of a visa petition may cause ICE to issue a notice to appear in immigration court. Our Virginia lawyers are dedicated and experienced and will do their best to help you with your US immigration case.
If you need an experienced and qualified Virginia attorney to help you and your family live and stay in the United States, contact the SRIS, P.C. lawyers today for your US immigration case. As a rule, we make a sincere effort to respond to all phone calls within 8 hours, maximum.
Our immigration attorneys are licensed to handle cases in Virginia & D.C., however we handle immigration matters only in Virginia at the present time.
These summaries are provided by the SRIS Law Group. They represent the firm’s unofficial views of the Justices’ opinions. The original opinions should be consulted for their authoritative content.