When Your Future Is At Stake
Why Take Risks?
If you’re living without a green card in Corona – your future is at stake.
You stand to lose many things precious to you.
You are at risk.
Without a green card, you risk being deported.
You risk being separated from your wife, children, and family. You risk being torn apart from your friends, community, and job.
You risk being removed from the country you now call home. And you risk being forced back to a place where you are now a stranger.
Sometimes, even having a green card is not enough.
This means even if you’re a permanent resident, but not a U.S. citizen, you can still be deported.
In both situations, your future is at stake.
Why take such chances with your future? You can take steps today to become a permanent resident or U.S. citizen – or to keep your green card – and prevent such problems tomorrow.
Now is the time to reduce your risks. Now is the time to protect your future.
Now is the time to find the right immigration lawyer to help protect you and your family.
CORONA IMMIGRATION QUESTION
“My husband and I would like to know if we can become permanent residents. Our daughter is a U.S. citizen. She is three years old right now. Can we get green cards through her? Both of us came to the United States on student visas. We met in college. We fell in love. Our visas have not expired.”
(Submitted by Paula G., Corona, CA)
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Corona Immigration Attorney Services
As part of our Riverside immigration lawyer services, the Corona immigration attorney law offices of Carlos Batara offer a full range of immigration services.
Our practice areas include:
Corona deportation attorney services include immigration court hearings, immigration trials, bond hearings, and motions to reopen.
As an immigration appeals Attorney in Corona, Carlos Batara handles BIA appeals, AAO appeals, AAU appeals, Ninth Circuit appeals, and Federal Court appeals
Visas, green cards, and citizenship services – Our Corona family unity services include assisting clients in Corona seeking citizenship, family visas, and permanent residence, green cards, fiancé and fiancée visas, and naturalization.
Special green card programs for Corona include a wide range of programs: asylum, VAWA, TPS, U and T visas, registry, diversity lottery, NACARA, and in the future, DREAM Act petitions.
Over the past 20+ years, Corona Immigration Lawyer Carlos Batara has specialized in helping Riverside and Corona immigration clients with Deportation and Removal Defense, Immigration Trials, Immigration Appeals, and HARD Cases.
Before you hire anyone, you should find out the ins and outs about immigration fraud.
At our Corona immigration attorney law firm, clients have shared horror stories about wrong immigration advice – advice given by notarios, immigration consultants, immigration attorneys in Corona and nearby cities throughout Riverside County.
When your future is at stake, you don’t want to take risks.
Ready to take a serious and honest look at the strengths and weaknesses of your immigration case? Let’s get started with a personalized strategy and planning consultation . . .