Immigration Law

Immigration and Nationality Law Firm in Northern Virginia

immigration-attorney-dc-virginia-tesfaye-amareWith our main office location in Alexandria, Virginia and client meeting spaces in Washington, DC and Maryland, our firm represents clients with Immigration matters throughout the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area (the DMV).  Our Firm’s Deportation Defense and Asylum practice represents clients on a national level: we have appeared in U.S. Immigration Courts in Virginia, Maryland, Florida, Arizona, Texas and California.

Our firm has successfully assisted families in business with the following immigration matters:

Please contact our office with your questions, concerns or comments if you need assistance.  All consultations are strictly confidential.

*Appointments are available one evenings and select weekends.

Situations Where We Can Help You

  • You want to bring an immediate relative to the United State as an immigrant (Family Based Immigration);
  • You want bring a family member to the United States through the U.S. State Department either as an immigrant or non-immigrant (Consular Processing);
  • You want to become a United States Citizen (Nationality & Citizenship);
  • You wish to adopt a child in another country (International Adoption);
  • You or a family member have been placed in removal and deportation proceedings before an Immigration Judge;
  • You want to remain in the United States after an unlawful entry because you or a family member are afraid of returning to your home country (Asylum);
  • You have been convicted a crime or you wish to adjust status but entered the United States illegally and need a waiver of unlawful entry or conviction of certain crimes (Waivers);
  • You were a victim of domestic violence or your spouse died after you entered the United States but before your adjusted your status to a lawful permanent resident process was completed (VAWA Applications);
  • You need criminal defense representation because the conviction will lead to immigration issues; or
  • You are not entirely certain but believe that you may need assistance regarding your immigration concern.

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