Our Law Firm
At American Law Center, we have been assisting immigrants for years to fulfill their dream to live in the United States. We strive to provide our clients with energetic, effective and aggressive representation in all areas of U.S. immigration law. Our representation includes family- and employment-based cases, as well as deportation defense, naturalization and BIA appeals.
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Named as one of the Top 10 Immigration Attorneys by American Institute of Legal Counsel, Top 100 Lawyers by the Association of American Trial Lawyers, Top 40 under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers and has the highest rating (10) on Avvo Attorney Rankings. On August 01, 2014, she was designated as a Certified Specialist in Immigration & Naturalization Law by the California State Bar.
We protect and advocate for the victims of domestic violence. We specialize in defending the rights of immigrant women who have suffered the vulnerability and fear and of being involved in a violent relationship. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) prevents abused women from being forced to choose between staying in an abusive relationship and possible deportation. In some cases, the American Law Center can move for a Cancellation of Removal for the immigrant victims of domestic violence.
News on Immigration
This is a sweeping reform of the U.S. Immigration system that will resolve many of the issues that have plagued those looking to make a life in the U.S. The White House explained that its purpose is “to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system.” (1) Most notably, […]Read More
- Feds Say Fiance Visa Delay Suit Is Moot
The State Department urged a D.C. federal court Friday to throw out a lawsuit over the slow processing of K-1 fiance visas, arguing that the case is moot after the department issued a "national interest" exemption to aid the applicants.
- Groups Decry Cuccinelli's Ariz. Immigration Deal As Invalid
Immigration advocacy groups have weighed in on Arizona's lawsuit challenging the Biden administration's 100-day pause on deportations, saying the state's agreement to be consulted on immigration policy is invalid as it was signed by Ken Cuccinelli, an illegally appointed Trump official.
- CACI Can't Win Back $95M USCIS Award
CACI Inc. couldn't convince the U.S. Government Accountability Office to restore a $95 million IT contract that it lost after corrective action, with the watchdog saying in an opinion released on Friday that the second evaluation process was reasonably conducted.