Every year millions of people come to the United States as immigrants. Each of those people is pursuing his or her own version of the American dream. They seek to reunite families, find new job prospects, avoid religious or social persecution, further their education, and more. This is a land of opportunity, offering a new start and a chance at a different life.
Mountains of paperwork and legal red tape are not a part of that dream. Being deported after working hard to start a life in this country is not part of that dream. Immigrating can be a complicated and overwhelming process, but it is not impossible to navigate. With the help of a skilled immigration attorney, those who seek to come to the United States can gain legal standing and pursue citizenship in a timely and effective manner. And once you’ve arrived, your immigration status can be protected, even if you are facing deportation, pending litigation, or criminal charges.
If you are seeking to come to the United States, or if you’ve already arrived but need legal help to stay, the experienced lawyers at Tucker, Nong and Associates can help. Take a moment to fill our online contact form for a prompt response from a member of our legal team.
Immigration Services Our DC Area Law Firm Provides
Immigration in the United States seeks to fulfill four main goals: reunite families, admit skilled workers to aid the economy, protect refugees, and promote diversity. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 42 million immigrants currently live in the country, and at Tucker, Nong and Associates, we strive to ensure that our clients are part of that valuable population. Our experienced and knowledgeable legal team provides representation and guidance for immigrants in matters of:
- Work and Student Visas
- Green Cards
- Adjustment of Status
- Citizenship and Naturalization
- Deportation and Removal Defense
Even if you aren’t sure exactly what your needs are, the immigration law team at Tucker, Nong, & Associates can evaluate your unique situation and help you determine the best way to move forward and remain in the United States. Call our office today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration
In November 2014, President Obama signed two executive orders concerning immigration. These orders are aimed at changing the enforcement system and making it easier for both undocumented and skilled workers to stay in the country.
These orders came under fire from some states, and the Supreme Court has agreed to review their legality. Should the orders be upheld, they could affect millions of immigrants—both already in the country and abroad.
Our legal team is closely following the situation, and we are prepared to act on behalf of those who wish to live, work, and travel in the United States. If you are unsure if these actions could affect you, don’t hesitate to call our office to learn more about your rights and what benefits these potential changes could have for you.
Why Call Our Maryland and Virginia Immigration Lawyers?
When it comes to seeking legal standing or defending your right to remain in this country, the stakes are high. Immigration law can be complex and overwhelming, but the experienced lawyers at Tucker, Nong and Associates are here to help. Our detail-oriented team understands how the process works, the complexities of the American immigration system, and what it takes to be successful.
Our legal team can help you better understand your unique situation and provide reliable and effective guidance for those in Maryland, Virginia, and the DC area. Coming to and remaining in the United States is an achievable dream, and we want to help every client realize that dream.
Are You In Need Of An Immigration Attorney In Virgina, Maryland or Washington D.C.?
If you find yourself facing immigration issues you need to speak with an experienced immigration lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Vienna, Virgnia office directly at 703.991.7978 or our Rockville, Maryland office at 301.637.5392 to schedule your free case consultation.