Obama 2014 Immigration Law Changes
On November 20, 2014, President Obama took executive action to change our immigration laws which may possibly help you.
Oklahoma Immigration Lawyers
We offer comprehensive immigration and naturalization services. We will keep you updated with the latest immigration reforms.
Oklahoma Citizenship Attorneys
We will assist you in obtain permanent resident card (green card), various immigration visas, deferred action, and citizenship.
Oklahoma Deportation Lawyers
We will help you fight in deportation and removal proceedings to keep you in the United States (America).
OKLAHOMA CITY IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
GREEN CARDS, MARRIAGE, FAMILY & EMPLOYMENT VISAS, , CITIZENSHIP, DEFERRED ACTION, DEPORTATION DEFENSE, AND MORE TO KEEP YOU IN AMERICA.
YOUR IMMIGRATION CONSULTATION IS FREE!
Our Oklahoma City immigration attorneys provide you with an honest assessment of your immigration situation (permanent residence through family or employment, marriage visas, citizenship, deferred action, deportation defense and all other immigration matters) and advise you on the best course of action. You will receive personalized attention from our attorneys where we will keep you informed at all times, promptly return your calls, and inform you of possible solutions or options for your immigration issues to help you remain in the United States (America).
Our initial immigration consultation are free. Our lawyers come from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Many of our family members and loved ones are immigrants with visas, permanent residence status, and even illegal status, so we understand the frustrations and hardships that can arise from immigration problems. Our attorneys will strive to eliminate your immigration problems and in turn, end your frustrations.
Since immigration law is based on federal law, our immigration attorneys can represent you, a family member, spouse, friend, community member, an employer, or an employee in the State of Oklahoma as well as in all 50 states and even internationally at U.S. consulates abroad. Currently, we represent clients throughout the U.S. and other countries where U.S. consulates abroad are permitted.
Let our Oklahoma City immigration lawyers help you keep updated with any new immigration laws. We are hopeful that a comprehensive immigration reform bill will pass soon. Call us today at 405.600.9910 for a free consultation.
Tai Stevenson, Attorney
Are you eligible for deferred action? Call our lawyers today at 405.600.9910 to determine your eligibility. Free consultation available.
Tai Stevenson, Attorney
If you are looking for affordable Oklahoma City immigration attorneys with experience, dedication, and understanding, call us today at 405.600.9910. Free consultation available.
Tai Stevenson, Attorney
COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Our lawyers offer comprehensive immigration services ranging from representing private individuals, families, and businesses in visa petitions to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to defending and litigating cases before the Immigration Court (Department of Homeland Security). Our services include helping individuals with the Naturalization (Citizenship) process, applying for Permanent Residence status (including through marriage, family and employment), representation in deportation and removal proceedings, and applying for non-immigrant visas (tourist, student, worker, etc...).
Currently our Oklahoma City immigration lawyers serves clients throughout Oklahoma, several other states, and at U.S. consulates abroad. Our lawyers serve residents from Oklahoma City, Norman, Tulsa, Stillwater, Yukon, Moore, Midwest City, Del City, Guymon, Woodward, Enid, Mustang, Guthrie, Ardmore, all other cities in the State of Oklahoma. As an immigration attorney, Mr. Tai Stevenson is licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 states.
Our attorneys have been fortunate to represent individuals and businesses from the following countries: South Korea, Brazil, China, Sri Lanka, India, Japan, Vietnam, Philippines, New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Bangladesh, Nepal, Hungary, Bulgaria, Russia, Thailand, Iceland, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Israel, Morocco, and Sweden. Please feel free to contact us for any immigration related matter.
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Citizenship - Naturalization
Are you eligible to become a U.S. Citizen? Read more
Are you eligible to become a Permanent Resident through a family member? Read more
How can your job qualify you for immigration benefits? Read more
Marriage and Immigration
What can you do if you're married or engaged to a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident? Read more
What are my rights in deportation or removal proceedings in immigration court? Read more
Immigration benefits for childhood arrivals. Read more
New Immigration Law Updates (2014)
Our lawyers are anticipating a new comprehensive immigration reform bill in the upcoming months. We will keep you updated on the key issues and any new changes to immigration laws.
Same Sex Marriages are granted Immigration Rights (updated 6/26/13)
The Supreme Court's ruling allows same sex partners to receive permanent resident cards (green cards).
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14 JanStateside Processing of I-601 Waivers
Many individuals who have has unlawful status will be allowed to apply for waivers within the U.S.
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