Individuals & Families

Immigration Court

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center litigators regularly represent clients in immigration courts. Our litigators have successfully represented clients in cases involving Asylum (and related relief), challenges to civil detention and constitutional violations, family unification, deportation relief for victims of violent crimes and human trafficking, and defending individuals with criminal histories. 

Board of Immigration Appeals

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center has experienced appellate attorneys that have successfully advocated before the Board of Immigration Appeals. Our effective arguments and deep understanding of immigration law has lead to the BIA issuing numerous reversals in favor of our clients. 

Federal Circuit Court of Appeals

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center has extensive experience presenting written and oral arguments before the federal circuit court of appeals. Our attorneys have argued numerous cases before a panel of federal judges who have unanimously ruled in our favor and have issued several published decisions. 

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center represent clients with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service agency. IALC regularly and successfully represent clients in family petitions, visas for victims of violent crimes, clergy based visas, visas for victims of domestic violence, visas for victims of human trafficking, asylum, naturalization, waivers of inadmissibility and deportation orders, and applications for legal permanent residency. 

U.S. Department of State

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center represent clients with U.S. Department of State obtain both immigrant  and nonimmigrant visas.

Investigations and Freedom of Information Act

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Immigrant Advocacy and Litigation Center can help you find out whether you have a prior deportation order, find old immigration documents that you have may lost, or investigate your case with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of State or the Immigration Courts.