The U.S. immigration system can be confusing. Immigration laws are complicated, border patrol and immigration officers can be harsh, and people can be abusive to immigrants for no good reason. It can be hard to know where to turn when trouble comes.
If you or a loved one is facing an immigration problem, our experienced attorneys may be able to help you and your family solve it. We concentrate on immigration law, and we know how to get results.
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At the Landerholm Immigration, A.P.C., based in San Francisco, California, we fight for the rights of individuals and families from all over the world. We handle serious legal challenges related to:
- Asylum: Asylum means protection. If you are afraid to go back to your country of origin because of possible persecution, you may be eligible for asylum in the United States. At the Landerholm Immigration, A.P.C., we have won asylum cases for people fearing persecution based on their race, religion, political opinion and sexual orientation, as well as people fearing domestic violence and spousal abuse.
- Visas and green cards: Visas and green cards allow people to enter and stay in the United States lawfully. If your loved one is hoping to come to the U.S., or is already here but hoping to legalize his or her status, talk to us.
- Deportation: If you or a family member is facing deportation proceedings (also known as removal proceedings) in immigration court, you need a lawyer immediately! Our attorneys will fight for your rights to stay here with your family and your loved ones.
Our firm understands that immigration matters can be very stressful. Whatever part of the world you are from, we are here to assist you and your family.
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If you are seeking the advice of a San Francisco attorney for deportation, asylum or green card matters, our firm can help you. We represent clients throughout Northern California.