The immigration system is extremely complex. Seeking a green card, a Clarksville immigration lawyer, or other legal solutions can be nearly impossible for anyone without previous knowledge and experience. Failure to handle your immigration proceedings properly could result in the denial of your immigration petition.
The good news is you do not have to go through this process alone. At Mathis, Bates & Klinghard PLLC (MBK), we serve clients in all types of immigration matters. Our Clarksville immigration lawyers serve clients worldwide with immigration law matters involving:
Whether you are seeking a green card or looking to bring your fiancé(e) into the United States to get married, our attorneys can help you through the process. We will remain available to you to help you understand the steps you need to take, and we will answer any questions you have.
Being in the United States without proper documentation is both scary and illegal. Such action subjects prospective immigrants to deportation. Many individuals have been in the United States most all their lives and do not know or remember life in their home country. To be sent back and separated from their families could be both emotionally and financially devastating. This fear causes countless families to avoid attempting legalization due to the possibility of deportation. Call us today for a consultation to see if we can help.
Generally, if you have been in the United States without proper documentation for an extended period of time you will be subject to a ban from the United States for three (3) or ten (10) years. This is highly problematic for families who would be at risk of spending many years apart if the prospective immigrant were to file for legalization. At Mathis, Bates & Klinghard our immigration team has successfully obtained waivers for client’ s unlawful presence in the United States, protecting their families from separation.
By properly requesting an unlawful presence waiver, our clients know before going to their immigration interview whether they will be allowed to stay in, or be permitted to return to, the United States so they can make an informed decision about how to proceed with their prospective legalization.
If you are an undocumented immigrant and married to either an active duty service member or Veteran of the United States Armed Forces, you may be eligible for a specific immigration program known as parole in place. This is a particular application type that allows you to apply for permanent residency in the United States through your marriage to a soldier or Veteran even though you did not lawfully enter the country. Our experienced immigration team has successfully helped countless families take advantage of this program. Call us today to discuss whether this is a viable option for you and your situation.
To discuss your immigration needs with a lawyer from our firm, schedule a consultation online or call us at (931) 919-5060.