One of the primary policy goals of our immigration system is the unification of families. The McCrummen Immigration Law Group can assist individuals and families in every aspect of the immigration process, from filing the first visa application to helping you become a US citizen.
If you have received a notice to appear in Immigration Court, you have the right to be represented by an attorney. You may be eligible for relief from removal. We consider our Immigration Court practice a crucial component of our firm’s work, and we are committed to helping immigrants at risk of deportation.
We strive to assist immigrants in seeking protection from harm they have suffered either in their home country or here in the United States. Our attorneys can help you with seeking refugee and asylum status, applications for Temporary Protected Status, as well as various forms of protection for victims of violence in the United States including U Visas, T Visas, and “Violence Against Women Act” self-petitions.
At times, the immigration process leads to incorrect results. Our attorneys can help you with appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals, the Administrative Appeals Unit (AAO or AAU), and the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA).