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Riverside Immigration Lawyer

by Carlos Batara

IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY SERVICES

If You Feel Like The Immigration Process Is Like A Puzzle . . .
We’ll Help You Put The Pieces Together To Achieve Your Goals

Let’s cut to the chase.

Immigration law is confusing.

immigration law is complicated.

And usually, too HARD to handle on your own.

This is where our services come in.

We have helped more than 1,500 immigrant families from over 80 different countries overcome complex rules and procedures – and to earn the right to live and work legally in the United States without fear of being deported back to their home country.

In short, immigrants come to our offices for one reason and one reason only.

To fix their problems.

We’re here to help you and your family fix yours.

Immigration Problems We Solve

Here is a very brief sample of the issues we help resolve.

  • “We have two young kids and my husband was never in trouble before he was arrested for drunk driving. Is there anything we can do?”
  • “I have lived here for more than 10 years. Can I get a green card under the new Obama amnesty program?”
  • “My husband went to apply for a green card but he was told to show how much hardship I will have if he is deported.”
  • “The immigration judge refused to let my husband out on jail on bond.”
  • “My father was picked up by ICE and he doesn’t have any papers.”
  • “I wasn’t born in the U.S. but my grandmother was a U.S. citizen.”
  • “The government told me and my husband that we did not prove our marriage is legal. They told us to file more papers in 30 days.”
  • “My U.S. citizen husband did not file immigration papers for me before he died.”
  • “A notario said that I should win my green card easy but I’m still worried about my old convictions.”
  • “My fiancé entered with a visa many years ago but never left. Can he get a green car.”

Out team at Batara Immigration Law is not a stranger to complicated cases. We do not shy away from tough battles.

Even if your situation is difficult, we’re here to assist you put together the pieces for success.

A Proud Commitment To Defending
The Family Unity Rights Of Immigrants

Helping immigrants, plain and simple, is our business.

Protecting the family unity of immigrants – and preventing immigrants and their family members from being separated – is our first and foremost goal.

Many clients seek our assistance to enter the United States. They seek to reunite with loved ones. Others, who already live here, hire our immigration law office to win green cards or U.S. citizenship through a family member.

Some need us to help fight for them against deportation and removal charges, so they will not be torn apart from their spouse, children, friends, and work.

blockquote_start Immigration law is quickly emerging as the civil rights of the 21st century. As the global economy brings countries closer together, our ability to understand people from different cultures, different religions, and different ways of life is more important than ever. Our task, as a nation, is to balance the development of national security concerns with legal and political policies respecting the inalienable rights of every immigrant – every human being – to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Carlos Batara

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Southern California Immigration Lawyer Services
For You And Your Family

We would be proud to represent you and your family . . . as we are proud to help all immigrants wherever they live, wherever they were born.

We have five immigration law office locations in Southern California to serve you. Along with our online internet-based virtual office, with law offices located in San Diego, Escondido, San Bernardino, Hemet, and Riverside, immigration lawyer Carlos Batara is nearby, ready to help you, wherever you live in Southern California.

From all of our locations, including our newest office in Riverside, immigration attorney Carlos Batara regularly assists immigrants and their family members living in the following communities:

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Whether you work with our law firm in San Diego, Escondido, San Bernardino, Hemet, or Riverside, immigration lawyer Carlos Batara offers you a full range of immigration services, including:

Deportation and Removal Defense • Immigration Court Hearings • Immigration Appeals • Green Cards • Lawful Permanent Residence • Citizenship • Naturalization • Asylum • Withholding • Violence Against Women • BIA Appeals • AAO Appeals • AAU Appeals • USCIS Appeals • Ninth Circuit Appeals • Family-Based Immigration Petitions • Fiancé Visas • Fiancée Visas • International Adoptions • Employment-Based Petitions • NACARA • TPS • Convention Against Torture • Registry • U Visas • T Visas – and hopefully in the near future, DREAM Act cases

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A Nationwide Immigration Attorney Practice
Immigration Appeals and Trials

Our immigration lawyer services are not limited to Southern California. We have grown from our original San Diego and Riverside immigration attorney office locations into a nationwide practice.

Our clients are worldwide.

As a deportation trial attorney and a deportation immigration appeals attorney, Carlos Batara has helped clients living across California, around the United States, and abroad.

He has successfully assisted immigrants in the following states:

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The Immigration Deportation Defense
And Immigration Appeal Process

Immigration deportation defense has two different components. The first part takes place at a trial in Immigration Court. The second part, sometimes necessary, takes place at the Board of Immigration Appeals.

If you are facing deportation or removal from the United States, whether you live in another state, or you live near one of our immigration law offices, such as in Riverside, deportation attorney will defend you at trial in Immigration Court. If you have already lost your trial, he will help you fight back at the Board of Immigration Appeals.

IMMIGRATION COURT AND APPEAL FLOW CHART

Riverside Immigration Attorney Deportation-Appeals Flow Chart

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When You Need an Immigration Lawyer,
Do Not Delay

Once you realize you need immigration help, you should act quickly.

Your delay could cause you to lose your case.

For your benefit, your options should be evaluated by an immigration as soon as possible.

The earlier we can begin to work with you, the greater your chances for success.

Whether you’re trying to achieve legal residency, defend against removal and deportation, or obtain U.S. citizenship, you need to find the right immigration attorney for you and your family’s needs.

Carlos Batara is that kind of attorney.

Carlos will leave no stone unturned in representing you and your family. Your case will always get the utmost care. All avenues of success, including your possible qualification for little known special immigration green card programs will be weighed.

So let’s get started . . .

CALL (800) 646-0667

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To help you, we need to know more about your immigration case. Before we can work with you, we need you to schedule a consultation with our office to discuss your dreams and goals, issues and obstacles.

About Our Consultations

We provide consultations in person, by telephone, email, or online.

During this interview, we will advise you about available options based on your current situation. We will review your immigration history, point out problems you may have to fix, and evaluate various paths to meet your immigration needs.

We charge a flat fee of $75 for an initial consultation up to 30 minutes.

 

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