IMMIGRATION LAW

  • Are you or a loved one an immigrant who wants to live and work legally in the United States?

  • Are you a permanent resident who wants to take advantage of the many benefits of being a U.S. citizen?

Then you need an experienced and dedicated Arizona, immigration attorney on your side. 

 

Banuelos Law Office is a firm of immigration lawyers in Phoenix, Arizona who specialize in immigration law.

Our attorneys at Banuelos Law Office and are committed to providing compassionate and knowledgeable representation to their clients. Emilia and Vicenta are the immigration attorneys that families and individuals living in Arizona can turn to for help in a wide range of immigration matters, including family-based immigration, removal defense, U-Visas (for victims of certain crimes), political asylum, DACA, DAPA, and naturalization. 

 

Both attorneys in our practice are committed to examining and understanding your case thoroughly, clearly communicating all requirements to you, keeping you updated on developments in your case, and responding promptly to any questions you may have.

 

Next Steps:

Banuelos Immigration Law believes that as a potential client, you should first meet with one of our attorneys for a consultation to determine the immigration benefits that are available to you. If you decide to work with us on a case, we will prepare your paperwork properly the first time and meet all requirements under immigration law, advising you on the risks and benefits of the various options in your case.

 

If you retain our services an attorney will prepare you for the final stages of your case. 

 

Our commitment to our clients:

  • Personalized Services.

  • Communication in English and Spanish.

  • Experience and knowledge of the daily updates and changes to Immigration requirements and procedures.

  • Strategies that will work to provide you with the benefits you are eligible for. 

Call (602) 841-4100 to schedule a consultation TODAY​

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IMMIGRATION VISAS

An immigrant visa is required for people wanting to immigrate to the U.S. to become lawful permanent residents.  It can be a difficult visa to obtain, and therefore the services of an attorney are recommended.  A prospective immigrant usually must have a U.S. citizen as a sponsor. This sponsor can be a family member or an employer, and they must petition for a family immigration or employment immigration visa from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.  Once approved, the National Visa Center will process, collect fees, and document the process.

Some common immigration cases: 

FIANCÉE VISA (K-1, K-2)

TOURIST VISA (B-1, B-2)

CONSULAR PROCESS

SPOUSAL VISA (K-3, K-4)

WAIVERS

NATURALIZATION (N-400)

CITIZENSHIP (N-600)

FIANCÉE VISA (K-1, K-2)

TOURIST VISA (B-1, B-2)

CONSULAR PROCESS

SPOUSAL VISA (K-3, K-4)

WAIVERS

NATURALIZATION (N-400)

CITIZENSHIP (N-600)

There are also non-immigrant visas which are available for individuals who desire to enter the United States on a temporary basis for family visits, travel, school, and work.

Bañuelos Law Office can help you obtain a temporary work visa, business visas for employees, or a student visa. We can assist families or employers with green cards, including extraordinary ability alien (EB-1) and national interest waivers (EB-2) and with the process of naturalization.

Please call Bañuelos Law Office with questions and to schedule a meeting with one of our Arizona immigration attorneys to discuss your unique situation.

FAMILY IMMIGRATION

If you have a spouse, child, siblings, or a parent seeking residency, there are legal avenues which only a well-qualified immigration attorney can help you navigate.

Restrictions such as: 

  • the U.S. quota system can limit the number of people allowed to apply for family-based benefits. 

  • immigrant visas for some family members can be petitioned to the federal government by U.S. citizens as well as permanent residents. 

 

There are numerous complicated rules and deadlines which need to be met when attempting to gain and maintain a legal residence. For these reasons and others, it is vital to have someone on your side who can help with the application process, and give you an advantage towards getting approval.  Our team will help you and your family through this difficult process, ensuring your application is submitted on time and correctly.

I want to thank this office, and especially Arcelia. I filed my DACA in February 2017, my work permit expired in July. I never got my work permit, Arcelia did tons of service request they would always email me back to tell me I would hear from them in 15 days never did. Went and got a copy of my money order and Immigration cashed it on March 3, 2017. After arguing for a couple of months and showing the proof. I got my receipt on August 5, 2017, took my fingerprints and finally after my Attorney’s office calling immigration and doing a total of 16 Service request I got Card last week. I was really frustrated and upset but one thing I can say is that every time I called Arcelia she would answer my call and if she was busy she would tell me I will call you back and she did even if it was at 7 or 8 at night. Thank you very much. There was a point that I honestly thought I wasn’t going to get it.

-Flora

REMOVAL DEFENSE & DEPORTATION

You will require the services of an experienced immigration attorney if you are facing detention, removal or deportation proceedings for violating U.S. immigration laws. Individuals entering the United States illegally, or those who violate the rules of a legal visa, or individuals remaining past the expiration date of a non-immigrant visa are all subject to removal or deportation.

Committing a criminal offense may also trigger deportation proceedings. If you are being arrested or are under investigation and think you will be charged, please contact Bañuelos Law Office immediately. Any plea deal negotiated by your criminal defense attorney could have unintended consequences which could ultimately result in deportation.

We handle visa applications, immigration processes, and legal services for detention, deportation, and removal proceedings.

Our dedicated team will work with you to find a solution for most immigration issues you may face, from deportation defense to immigrant visa applications. Hiring an attorney requires thought and consideration, and we are committed to providing you with personalized high caliber bilingual services. We know how much is at stake and how frightening this process can be.

Some common immigration cases: 
Call us today to set up a consultation with one of our expert immigration attorneys: (602) 841-4100
Some common immigration cases: 

BOND HEARINGS IN IMMIGRATION COURTS

CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL (42A)

CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL (42B)

 VOLUNTARY DEPARTURE

MOTION TO REOPEN OR RECONSIDER

IMMIGRATION APPEALS

WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE ARRESTED