Navigating Complex Immigration Issues in Montgomery County
Immigration issues are complicated, and there is little room for error.
A small mistake on some paperwork can cost months, sometimes even years.
These mistakes can be expensive too. Thankfully, they can be avoided with
the help of a seasoned lawyer.
At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C., in Norristown, Pennsylvania,
we can assist with all immigration law matters. Whether you are an individual
who needs help bringing a family member to the United States, an employer
attempting to bring an employee in from overseas or an immigrant working
to overcome any legal issue, we can provide the guidance you need. Our
goal is to help you navigate the process as efficiently as possible.
Comprehensive Immigration Services
Our attorneys can assist with obtaining
visas of all kinds. We bring more than 30 years of experience to citizenship
and naturalization issues. We handle all phases of the various processes,
from the initial documentation to
We take pride in working closely with people in these issues. When you
choose us to help you get a visa or to handle any other immigration matter,
you can expect frequent updates. These processes often take time, and
while our goal is to move through them as swiftly as possible, we also
make certain that you are never left wondering what is happening with
your case. We will remain accessible, so you can contact us any time a
question comes up.
Immigration & Criminal Law
If you or a loved one has been
threatened with deportation because a visa has expired, because of alleged criminal conduct or for
any other reason, we encourage you to get in touch with our lawyers as
quickly as possible. We will explore all options.
As a law firm that handles both immigration and criminal law, we are well-positioned
to defend immigrants who have been accused of crimes. We know how a criminal
case can impact an immigration case, so you can be confident that we will
make recommendations that will not only protect you from criminal penalties,
but also protect your immigration status.
Skilled Handling of Immigration Appeals
If you are unhappy with the results of an immigration case, you may be
able to pursue an appeal through the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
This is a unique legal process that requires the attention of a skilled
attorney. At Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C., we can serve
as your advocates through the immigration appeals process.
When Can You Appeal an Immigration Case?
You may want to pursue an appeal if a visa application has been rejected
by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or you have lost
a removal proceeding in immigration court and are threatened with deportation.
However, it is important to understand that there must be grounds to pursue
an appeal. An unfavorable result may not be sufficient.
For example, if you believe the loss of a deportation case was the result
of errors made by an immigration court judge or during the removal proceeding,
you may have grounds for an appeal. Perhaps important evidence was overlooked.
Perhaps testimony was not heard.
Similarly, if you believe something was overlooked by USCIS when considering
your visa application, you may have reason to pursue an appeal. Our Norristown,
Pennsylvania, lawyers are prepared to carefully review your
immigration case and determine whether you have appellate opportunities.
Immigration Appeals Are Unique
A loss in immigration court means that you can be removed from the United
States. There may be no further opportunities for permanent resident status.
It is important that you choose a lawyer who knows that immigrations appeals
are unique, even from other appellate matters, and is prepared to navigate
the process with your interests at heart.
Immigration Appeal Case Evaluation
To determine if you have the opportunity to pursue an appeal, call 484-679-5980 or
email today to talk to one of our dedicated attorneys.
Contact Us Today for a Consultation With an Immigration Attorney
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