Immigration

If you are seeking legal help with any type of immigration matters including but not limited to humanitarian relief, deportation defense, business and investment immigration, deferred action (DACA), or other legal matters, the immigration law attorneys at Burgos and Associates will maintain your confidentiality and will work vigorously to preserve your rights.

Call us at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule your consultation.

Facing the possibility of being deported or removed from the United States is a frightening thought. While there are a number of legal strategies that can stop a deportation, formulating a strategy to stop removal proceedings is extremely fact-intensive. We will use these facts and circumstances that apply to your situation, to develop legal strategies and approaches that might provide a greater likelihood of success.

Deportation defense include but are not limited to:

  • Asylum
  • Detention and Bond hearings
  • LPR Cancellations
  • Voluntary Departure

If you, a friend, or a loved one is subject to deportation, call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a confidential consultation.

Family-based immigration is the most common form of obtaining lawful U.S. permanent residency, which is more commonly known as a “Green Card.” A “Green Card” gives you permanent legal status in the United States and which grants you the right to live and work in the United States without the time restrictions imposed by temporary nonimmigrant status.

There are two types of family visas available for eligible sponsors:

Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas
Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas can only be applied for by a U.S. citizen and are meant for those who are immediate relatives of the individual (spouses, children, adopted children, and parents).

The Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas are:

  • IR-1: Spouse
  • IR-2: Children who are unmarried and under 21
  • IR-3: Orphans who are adopted abroad
  • IR-4: Orphans adopted in the U.S.
  • IR-5: Parents

Family Preference Immigrant Visas

The Family Preference Immigrant Visas are:

  • F1: Unmarried children of U.S. citizens and their minor children
  • F2: Spouses, minor children, and unmarried children of lawful permanent residents
  • F3: Married children of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children
  • F4: Siblings of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children

At Burgos and Associates, we understand how important it is to bring your loved ones to the United States as quickly and efficiently as possible. Call Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a confidential consultation.

A person can’t be removed from the United States if they are legal residents. However, if they are in the United States on a permanent resident visa and were convicted of a felony, deportation is possible.

While reasons can vary, the most common reasons for deportation are:

  • Overstaying a visa
  • Residency ineligibility
  • Criminal convictions
  • Repeat immigration violations

We understand that you, a friend, or a loved one would like to remain in the United States, and we would like to help you achieve that goal. Call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a confidential consultation.

Investors, entrepreneurs and businesses willing to invest in the United States have an opportunity to immigrate to the United States. We provide advice and guidance throughout the immigration process to increase the likelihood that all visa requirements are faithfully fulfilled.

We provide assistance, guidance, and representation for an array of investor visas including:

  • E1 Treaty Trader Visas
  • E2 Treaty Investor Visas
  • EB5 Immigrant Investor Visas

If you are interested in obtaining or learning more about U.S. investor visas including E-1, E-2, and EB-5 Visas call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a confidential consultation.

There are numerous means through which a person can engage in employment-based immigration. The visa that he or she applies for is guided by the individual’s achievements, job, and professional credentials.

Potential paths for employment-based immigration include but not limited to:

  • EB-1 visa for priority workers
  • EB-2 visa for professionals
  • EB-3 visa for skilled workers
  • EB-4 visa for special workers
  • EB-5 for immigrant investors
  • H-1B visas for professionals in specialty occupations
  • H-2B visas for seasonal non-agricultural workers
  • L visas for intra company transfers
  • O visas for persons of extraordinary ability
  • P visas for professional artists, athletes, and entertainers
  • R visas for religious workers
  • TN visas for Mexican and Canadian workers

If you are interested in obtaining or learning more about employment-based visas call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule a consultation.

  • DACA
  • Renewal/Replacement of Green Cards
  • T and U Visas
  • Naturalization
  • FOIA (and Council)

If you are unsure about your case or simply have questions regarding immigration, call the attorneys at Burgos and Associates today at (504) 488-3722 or fill out the contact form below to schedule your consultation.

Contact Our Immigration Attorneys

For more information on how we can help with your Immigration needs, please fill out this contact form. Our attorneys with specialized focus on this practice area will be in touch with you as soon as possible.

Cesar Burgos
Cesar BurgosAttorney At Law
Gabriel Modrino
Gabriel ModrinoAttorney At Law

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