Assisting you with your Immigration Law issues
IMPORTANT NOTE ON TRAVEL
The new travel ban has been issued to take effect on March 16. It no longer includes Iraq in the ban and makes it clear that the ban does not include legal US permanent residents or those who have valid visas. Four state have filed challenges to the new ban. Reports continue, however, about extreme vetting tactics at airports and other entry points. So, if you travel think carefully about what you are carrying.
GSJones Law Group, P.S., assists undocumented immigrants with a wide variety of immigration law issues.
- DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) filing
- U.S. citizens seeking family-based visas
- detention issues
- U- and T-Visas
Michele Taylor, an experienced immigration attorney with extensive trial experience, also represents those in deportation proceedings.
Michele Taylor helps permanent residents and citizens seeking to bring family members to the U.S. through spousal or fiancé visas (K-1 or K-3) or other family visas (F-1, F-2, F-3 or F-4). She also helps undocumented immigrants who have been victims of crime obtain U and T visas. Many crime victims aren’t told that they may be eligible for these visas. If you have been a crime victim, set up an appointment to see if you qualify.
Michele Taylor is also a criminal defense attorney with a background as a prosecutor. She should be your first call, if you are arrested, regardless of your immigration status. Having an attorney knowledgeable in both criminal defense and the affect of your case on your immigration status can make the difference between deportation or remaining in the U.S.
Port Orchard Immigration Law Attorney Can Help Maximize Your Chances of Success
You want to maximize your chances of success when dealing with immigration laws and regulations. Services, such as a family-based visa or a DACA applications, are vitally important to the safety and future of your family. GSJones Law Group, P.S., offers clients the reassurance of accurate interpretation of requirements, timeliness and attention to detail.
Although abundant free information is available from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) regarding visas, permanent residency, DACA and citizenship, it is a wise choice to ask an attorney for help.
You can, of course, download forms off the Internet and mail in an application on your own. It takes time, however, for the USCIS to process requests. Rejection can result from even minor mistakes, including listing the wrong visa or missing a piece of documentation. Even writing your check for the wrong amount can cause rejection of your application. At that point you will have to start the process over again. You waste valuable time and increase your chances of a denial. Entrust your visa and adjustment of status applications to an experienced Washington immigration lawyer at GSJones Law Group, P.S.
Know your rights as an immigrant, whether fully documented or not documented. Constitutional rights protect all of us. Don’t allow unreasonable searches of our homes or our persons and don’t talk with law enforcement, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Learn what your rights are and how to insist on your rights using resources we’ve collected.
Contact GSJones Law Group, P.S. for immigration law advice and defense
Let an experienced attorney advise and assist you in your application for adjustment of status. Use the handy form after our business hours or call directly during the day. We are happy to help you. We stand ready to fight deportation after you have overstayed your visa or have been charged with a crime. Michele is a criminal attorney in addition to practicing immigration law. Immigrants charged with crimes need an attorney with a knowledge of immigration law.
Contact Michele Taylor for experienced, effective immigration legal services