Immigration Representation for Virginia Residents
Immigration Representation and Deportation Defense in Virginia
At Fayad Law, P.C., we offer more than 20 years of legal experience to
our clients who include individuals, families and employers. With a team of
Virginia immigration attorneys who themselves come from immigrant backgrounds, we have the dedication
and motivation necessary to get fight for the best possible results in
your case. When you work with our firm, we will treat you as a real person
with very real concerns and goals, rather than as a file or case number.
We understand how much is at stake for your future and are ready to take
immediate action on your behalf. You can take advantage of our services
by visiting us at one of our offices in Richmond or Fairfax, Virginia,
Raleigh, North Carolina, or by contacting us from anywhere in the world.
Follow the links below to learn more about the different types of cases
we handle, and then contact us to learn more about how we can be of assistance.
Deportation & Removal
Do not hesitate to get representation to defend against an impending deportation
or removal action against you or a loved one! The Department of Homeland
Security deports more than half a million aliens every year, but you may
not have to be one of them. You can vastly improve your chances of staying
in this country by hiring a lawyer from our firm.
Let our team assist you with the challenge of bringing your loved ones
to live with you in the United States with a family-based immigrant visa.
Whether you want to bring your fiancé with a
K visa, need an
alien-spouse immigrant visa, or are hoping to bring other close relatives to this country, we are
ready to help you!
The Immigration and Nationality Act provides an annual quota of 140,000
employment-based immigrant visas, with categories including the
EB-1 priority worker,
EB-3 skilled or professional worker,
EB-4 special immigrant and
EB-5 immigrant investor. These visas are in high demand, so it is wise to hire an attorney to
assist you with your application.
Temporary Worker Visas
In the event that you only need to come to the United States for a limited
period of time in order to conduct business or perform temporary employment,
we can assist you with applying for an
H-1B specialty occupation visa,
H-2B seasonal visa,
H-2A seasonal agricultural visa,
E1 treaty trader or E2 treaty investor,
L1 intracompany transferee, or other types of visas.
If you want to stay legally in the United States and perhaps even pursue
citizenship, you will need to apply for lawful permanent resident status.
Once you have a green card, you will be able to go about building your
future in this country with the certainty that you will be able to remain
here, in addition to being able to assist your loved ones with immigrating
Unless you are able to take advantage of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP),
you will have to apply for a visa before you can enter the United States.
Even if you are able to use the VWP, you must get a visa if you plan to
remain in this country for 90 days or more. Our clients apply for nonimmigrant
visas for the purposes of travel, business, education and more.
Asylum or Refugee Immigration
The United States government makes special exception in immigration cases
in which the individual is fleeing persecution in his or her country of
origin or fears such persecution in the event that he or she is deported
back to that country. We may be able to help you apply for relief under
refugee or asylee status.
Naturalization & Citizenship
Countless people from around the globe dream of coming to the United States
and becoming American citizens, but only a relatively small number of
these people's petitions are approved. We can assist you with preparing
your application and getting ready for your tests, as well as representing
you with the authorities from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Criminal Defense & Immigration
A criminal conviction can have devastating consequences for anyone, but
the situation can be far more serious for a green card holder or an individual
who is in this country on a nonimmigrant visa. A conviction may lead to
deportation, but by fighting the charges or perhaps appealing a conviction,
you can seek to remain in this country.
Family Law & Immigration
Family law issues have the potential to cause serious problems for your
immigration status, whether you are accused of domestic violence or are
seeking custody of your children in a divorce. We approach such issues
with the necessary sensitivity, while also fighting to protect our clients'
Why Hire a Fairfax Immigration Lawyer
You are not legally required to retain legal representation to assist you
with any type of immigration case, but it is nearly always in your best
interest to do so. United States immigration law is notoriously complex,
and a large percentage all applications submitted for immigrant and nonimmigrant
visas, lawful permanent resident status, and naturalization are denied.
While some denials are based on the fact that the petition simply was
not valid, many are the result of simple errors or omissions on the part
of the applicant.
By hiring an attorney from the outset of the process, you can greatly improve
your chances of success, since we can help you prepare your petition and
ensure that it includes all of the relevant information. We also can represent
you in an appeal in the event that your application is wrongfully denied.
To learn more about how we can help,
contact us now for an initial consultation.