The Law Firm
Founded in 2014
The firm was opened to represent individuals in the complex area of immigration and family law, the overlap of California state law and federal U.S. immigration law.
Getting married is the easy part. Divorcing with immigration issues is the hard part. You're looking at the intersection of U.S. federal immigration law and state law. That's double the statutes, double the case law, and double the procedure. We know all the important stuff, let us use our expertise to put your mind at ease.
We are accountable to our clients, intentional in our goals and strategy, informative throughout the process and consistent in providing fair services to clients of all backgrounds.
Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory, tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.
- Sun Tsu, Ancient Chinese Military strategist
Can I keep my immigration status if I'm getting divorced?
Possibly! It depends on your legal status at the time of separation and divorce, and if you qualify for other immigration relief.