Areas of Practice
The Winterberg Law Firm, P.C. is vastly experienced in a number of areas of practice and immigration services.
As clients engage in more global and border-based relations, we take it upon ourselves to broaden and expand our capabilities regarding removal defense and immigration law. Below is a list of the various fields in which we work.
- Parole request
- Cancelation of removal for permanent residents
- Cancelation of removal for nonpermanent residents
- Withholding of removal
- Family-based petitions for adjustments of status
- VAWA (Violence Against Women’s Act)
- SIJ (Special Immigrant Juvenile Visas)
- Work permits
- Immigration judge
- Board of immigration appeals
- Motions to reopen or motions to reconsider
- USCIS representation also for affirmative relief
Our law firm provides specialized services to help immigrants who are facing deportation from the United States. We touch on what our areas of practice entail and how they apply to the removal proceedings you might be facing below.
Removal proceedings are presided over by an Immigration Judge who attends to arguments from both the client’s attorney and the Office of Assistant Chief Counsel (OCC) ICE government attorneys. Once the final hearing is over, the Immigration Judge then hands down an order of termination, relief from removal, or a removal order.
Removal defense is common when representing and advocating for immigrants who are facing deportation from the United States. Our legal representation is more than qualified to help eager clients win their cases.
Family-based petitions allow for individuals in the United States to sponsor their family to immigrate to the United States. The Immigration and Nationality Act permits the immigration of foreigners based on their relationship status to a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident. The Winterberg Law Firm, P.C. can assist you in filing a petition while awaiting visa availability. Family members are eligible to immigrate after passing the required background checks and meeting requirements for admission.
An appeal is a request sent to a higher court asking to review a lower court’s decision. In doing so, higher authorities are to take a look at the transcripts and record of what has happened thus far and decide whether the judge’s decision can be overruled. These appeals vary, depending on the nature of the immigrant’s petition or application, whether the client has valid immigration status, and whether that immigrant is detained in an immigration detention facility.
Contact The Winterberg Law Firm, P.C. Regarding Immigration, Deportation, or Appeals
If you have any other questions regarding our areas of practice and what we can do for you, contact us at (915) 841-9777.