The Chicago based attorneys at the Law Offices of Azita M. Mojarad, P.C. have a successful track record of defending the rights of immigrants. From deportation defense to obtaining U.S. citizenship, we specialize across a wide spectrum of immigration and naturalization legal issues to help you with your immigration status.
Family Immigration Issues
Obtaining fiancé visas, family green cards and removing conditions on permanent residence status are just some of the common issues immigrants and naturalized citizens face when it comes to family immigration law. Our Chicago based immigration lawyers can help you successfully navigate all of them, including the VAWA self-petition that protects the immigration rights of abused family members.
Work and School Immigration Issues
From obtaining student visas to employment immigration, we can assist you in obtaining and maintaining your immigration status. Employment visas, investor visas, work authorization, labor certification, and employment immigration do not have to be roadblocks to a better life. Our law firm has helped many individuals enter and remain in the U.S. and many companies bring a talented workforce to the American labor market. We are proud of our accomplishments in this arena.
Other Immigration Law Issues
Undocumented/unlawful aliens, individuals seeking asylum, and vacationing tourists applying for an extended stay; all have visa needs and immigration rights. Victims of crimes also have special immigration rights. At the Law Offices of Azita M. Mojarad, P.C. we can skillfully address your legal issues regardless of your circumstance.
We will help you remain in the U.S. if you have suffered persecution or fear that you will suffer persecution in your home country.
- Consular visa processing
We will determine which immigration category fits your situation and file all necessary documents efficiently and effectively.
- Deportation defense and bond hearings
We are prepared to defend you against deportation and will work toward getting you a fair bond for your release if you are being detained.
We will represent you in the event the government attempts to detain you.
We have successfully litigated cases involving unreasonable processing delays and erroneously denied applications. We also have expertise in representing clients before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
- Naturalization approvals and appeals
Our experienced attorneys can help you navigate this area, particularly in cases involving criminal issues and medical disability exemptions.
- Travel document processing
Entering and re-entering a country is not always a simple process. We will ensure you have all the necessary and updated travel documents you need to travel freely.
We will get you immigration relief if you have been a victim of certain crimes and have been helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.
Our Chicago-based immigration attorneys strive to remain counselors of choice by understanding the needs of our clients, offering personalized support and consistently providing quality service.
Our Areas of Experience
- Appeals (I-290B)
- Asylum (I-589)
- BIA Appeals
- Cancellation of Removal
- Citizenship (N-400, N-600)
- Consular Visa Processing
- Cultural Exchange Visa (Q-1)
- Deferred Action (DACA)
- Deferred Inspection
- Deportation Defense/Bond Hearings
- Employment Authorization (I-765)
- Employment Eligibility Verification Audits (I-9)
- Employment Visas (H-1B, L-1)
- Employment Immigration
- Extend Stay as Non-immigrant or Change Non-immigrant Status (I-539)
- Family Immigration (I-130/I-485)
- Federal Litigation (Petition for Habeas Corpus and Mandamus)
- Fiance Visa (K-1)
- Immigrant and Non-immigrant Visas
- Investor Visas (E-2, EB-5)
- Labor Certification
- Provisional Waivers
- Refugee Law
- Renew or Replace Green Card (I-90)
- Remove Conditions on Permanent Residence Status (I-751)
- Stays of Removal
- Student Visa (F-1)
- Tourist Visa (B-1/B-2)
- Travel Documents (I-131)
- Waivers of Inadmissibility (I-601)
- U Visas (I-918)
- VAWA Self-Petitions (I-360)