• Marriage and Naturalization Interviews
• Political Asylum
• Employment Authorization and Travel Documents
• Change/Extension of Non-Immigration Status
• Deportation and Removal Defense
• Family-Based Immigration, Green Cards by Marriage, Visas for Fiancé of U.S. Citizens
• Employment-Based Green Cards
• Green Cards for Lottery Winners
• All Types of Non-Immigration Work Visas
• International Students
- If you are a current visa holder and would like to change your immigration status, you can do so if the purpose of your stay is changing. For example, immigrants who entered the United States as tourists but would like to attend school can change their status.
- If you are granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS), you are not eligible to apply for a green card. However, you could be a green card holder in a different situation or some other basis such as getting married to a U.S citizen.
- The Deferred Action for The Obama Administration’s Childhood Arrivals program will be granted if you came to the United States before your 16th birthday without having lawful immigration status. To be eligible, you must have entered the United States without papers before June 15, 2012.
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I escaped a violent past from a very unstable family a few years ago. Coming to the United States was my survival option. Being here, I met people who helped me out in different ways. They advised me to get a professional assessment on my immigration situation. Luckily, I went to Alice for help and she did not disappoint. I can absolutely recommend her legal services.
I contacted Alice Antonovsky when I needed help understanding my migratory status. She helped me find the most suitable program to apply for and I am now a legal permanent resident. Thank you for your help!