Yew Immigration Law Group, a P.C.: Immigration Attorney Serving Clients in San Jose, California
There are few areas of American law and legislature that are as fiercely debated, fought over, and revised as immigration law. While the United States was built and remains, to this day, a nation of immigrants, it has never been easy to obtain a permanent resident card, sponsor family members and loved ones, seek asylum, or navigate the long and winding pathway to citizenship. While these various immigration services and processes are in place and accessible to those who are eligible to apply, the wait times can be long, the instructions can be confusing, and the required documentation can be hard to come by. For employers looking to hire the strongest and most talented candidates for their companies often in an effort to help American businesses remain competitive, potential employers need reasonable visa and immigration strategies in place. Simply put, the immigration process is overwhelming, and sometimes it almost seems as though it was designed that way on purpose.
If you or a family member are facing immigration issues and you do not have all the answers to the questions that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offices are requesting, please do not panic. It is unreasonable to ask any U.S. citizens, let alone any newly arrived immigrants, to know and understand all of the complexities of immigration law and how applicants should best navigate it. This is not the time to give up and admit defeat. This is the time to hire legal representation, such as the services of an experienced immigration attorney.
At the California law firm of Yew Immigration Law Group, immigration lawyer Alison Yew and her knowledgeable legal team have decades of experience providing personalized service to clients. Our San Jose immigration law offices have seen countless immigration cases brought to us by clients from all over the world. While we feel confident that we can provide committed legal service, we also understand that every individual case is different. We have helped clients with common immigration issues like the green card process and more extreme cases such as helping asylum seekers find a home in the USA and victims of domestic violence who applied for permanent residency without the involvement of their abusive sponsor.
Whether you’re a student looking to study in one of the USA’s fine universities, are attempting to bring over an individual member of your family via family-based immigration, a business looking to move into America, a person facing deportation proceedings, or any other type of immigration issues, our law firm has the experience to be of assistance to you during this difficult process.
Contact our San Jose office to schedule a confidential consultation, where you may be able to discuss your immigration case in more detail. While our law offices are based out of San Jose, we provide legal service to clients across the great state of California, including much of Silicon Valley and localities such as Santa Cruz, Alameda, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
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In What Ways Could Our San Jose Law Office Help Families Through the Family-Based Immigration Process?
While some individuals may come to America fleeing war and pestilence as a refugee seeking asylum, and others may travel to U.S. shores in pursuit of the age-old ‘American Dream,’ most people enter the immigration process to reunite their families who’ve been separated by borders. Acquiring family visas can be challenging, however, and it is highly recommended that you consult with immigration lawyers for assistance. At Yew Immigration Law Group, we are proud to help families unite with their loved ones on the other side of the border.
Our California law firm can assist families in the following practice areas:
- Remove conditions of residency to obtain permanent residence..
- Assistance for the USCIS interview and other types of interviews.
- Fiancé(e) visas.
- Green cards for a foreign husband, wife, children, parent, or sibling.
- Helping green card holders obtain U.S. citizenship.
- Immigration problems following a divorce.
- Immigration through adoption.
- Marriage-based green cards.
- Reentry permits.
There are two different categories of family visas, those for an ‘immediate relative’ and those which are termed as ‘family preference.’ The differences in the two visa types have to do with, but citizens and lawful permanent residents have different family members they are allowed to sponsor for the green card process. To learn what visa you and your family member may be eligible for, please contact San Jose immigration attorney Alison Yew and her friendly, top-rated legal team to schedule a confidential consultation.
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Can a Lawyer Help Businesses with Their Immigration Needs?
The law offices of Yew Immigration Law Group are based in San Jose and provide services to clients across California’s busy Silicon Valley. Our state boasts one of the most substantial economies and is home to some of the world’s most integral and powerful businesses. In order to remain competitive in their industries, these companies need the freedom and opportunity to seek, hire, and retain employees from around the world. Furthermore, just as American companies want to expand to other countries, foreign companies and entrepreneurs have good reasons to want to set up shop in America. Business immigration is one of the fastest evolving areas in immigration law, and it is essential that foreign businessmen and businesswomen are represented by immigration lawyers experienced in these practice areas.
One of the benefits of obtaining a business visa in the U.S. is that it can grant you permanent residence and a valid Social Security number. You also have the option to self-petition, meaning that you may not necessarily have the need for a sponsor like other visa applicants. If approved, the applicant’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 will also be given immigrant status in the U.S. What’s more, the processing time for entrepreneurs starting a business in the United States is much faster than applications for other kinds of visas.
Whether you are a small business owner, an inventor, a skilled craftsman, or the CEO of a large corporation, there are ways in which you will be allowed to legally immigrate to America and set up business here. However, it’s important that you know your rights and are not taken advantage of, and that means hiring an immigration attorney with years of experience helping others with business immigration cases.
If you have any immigration questions or concerns, our San Jose immigration attorney would be proud to provide professional legal advice and prompt, committed immigration services. We will work to ensure that all the paperwork is in order and all necessary forms are complete so that you may pursue your goal of achieving prosperity in the United States without unnecessary stress and confusion.
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What Other Practice Areas Does Our Law Firm Represent?
Depending on the details of your individual case, you may or may not be eligible for one kind of visa or another. Thankfully, you have options, and an immigration lawyer at our law firm can help you select the right choice for you before you potentially waste time petitioning for a visa you will not be approved for.
For young people at the beginning of their lives, we can help them get started on their education with student visas. While a student visa does not grant a person with permanent residency, there will be opportunities for them to work so that they may support themselves financially while they pursue their studies.
Those who have found themselves on the wrong end of a criminal law investigation in the past may face far stricter rules and judgment if they hope to be approved for residency status. However, there are ways in which someone with criminal convictions may be defended instead of being deported, such as raising legitimate concerns of extreme hardships that may befall their children if they were forced to return to their home country.
Immigration lawyer Alison Yew offers understanding legal care to those who are victims of violence, abuse, and crime. Our firm provides helpful knowledge to those hoping to forgo the need for a sponsor and apply for a green card through VAWA eligibility as a self-petitioner.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is one of the most hotly contested immigration matters in America. The program is constantly being threatened and weakened, but those DREAMers who benefit from DACA still need to go through the process of renewing their status. Your confidential attorney-client relationship would be very helpful in making sure that all time-sensitive information is filed as intended.
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Yew Immigration Law Group is located in San Jose, CA, just 4 minutes from Guadalupe River State Park, approximately 8 minutes from the Winchester Mystery House, and a 9-minute drive from Kelley Park. The Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) is a convenient 7-minute drive away.
If you are facing issues with an immigration matter, immigration attorney Alison Yew and her knowledgeable legal team would be proud to assist you in your pursuit of the most satisfactory outcome for you and your family. While our past results show a record of success, we remain focused on handling each case with considerate care and patient respect. Every new client that enters our office is dealing with something difficult and personal. As we will be representing you on your behalf, we will make the effort to establish trust first and foremost so that you may feel confident that your problem has found its way to the people who have a solution.
To schedule your initial consultation, please contact our law firm through our website or by dialing our office phone number: (408) 645-6395