At our office, you’ll find immigration attorney David Leon plus three experienced, Spanish-speaking staff members. If you need help getting a visa, becoming a citizen, renewing or applying for a green card, or avoiding deportation, please call us immediately. We are here to help. Y, si prefieres, podemos guiarte en español.
Every immigration case is different, which is why we take the time to get to know you and understand your situation. Maybe you’re trying to get or replace a green card, maybe you’ve received a letter from the immigration office, or maybe you have a spouse, parent, or other relative who needs your help to become a U.S. citizen. No matter the details of your case, please don’t wait to call us with questions. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help you determine your next steps.
Whether you want to visit the United States or become a permanent resident, we have the experience to help. For more than 20 years, attorney David Leon and his staff have worked closely with U.S. immigrants and visitors.
We understand how scary an immigration problem can be. For that reason, we work very hard to be available when you need us. If you need to call early in the morning, late at night, or over the weekend, we will try to answer or return your call as quickly as possible.
Although we cannot legally promise you any certain outcome, we can tell you that, statistically, we succeed in more than 90% of the cases we handle. Please don’t hesitate to call and find out whether we have the knowledge and tools needed to handle yours.
Applying for a green card can be a confusing process. Fortunately, you can contact us for guidance. Attorney David Leon and his staff have been working with U.S. immigrants for more than 20 years.
Sometimes you may need to replace your green card — for example, if it was lost, stolen, or has outdated information. Let us help you fill out the I-90 form and any other paperwork needed.
If you are already a U.S. citizen and want to help your spouse or relative become a resident, there are certain criteria you must meet. Call our office to learn more about family-based green cards.
When you get a “Request for Evidence” letter, that means something is missing from your paperwork and you need to act immediately. If you don’t, your case could be denied by the U.S. government. Allow David to handle your paperwork as soon as possible.
There are many different types of visas you can apply for. It all depends on how long you want to stay in the United States. Whether you are entering the U.S. to work, visit family, go to school, or become a permanent resident, we would like to help.
The Freedom of Information Act allows you to request information from the Customs and Border Protection office. For example, if you need to know the date of your last encounter with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or the U.S. Border Patrol, you can submit an FOIA request.
Once again, we must reiterate the importance of taking action now if you have an immigration concern. Most (if not all) immigration problems only worsen with time, so please don’t wait to call us with questions. We would be happy to discuss your case and guide you through the next steps.