The immigration system is complex and extremely frustrating for individuals who are trying to navigate through the system on their own. Our Louisiana immigration attorneys have experience representing individuals with all types of immigration needs and legal issues. We understand that dealing with immigration concerns can be a frightening, emotional, and stressful experience. That is why we are dedicated to helping our clients obtain the best possible results in their case.
We have multiple attorneys who speak both English and Spanish, as well as full-time staff members who are also bilingual. Everyone is willing to help you through the immigration process, especially in the Louisiana area.
If you or a family member has been detained in a Louisiana immigration facility near Jena, Oakdale, or Pine Prairie or has been arrested for a crime, you need the help of an attorney with extensive knowledge of criminal and immigration law. This is especially the case if the person involved has an immigration detainer (hold) placed on them. We are the primary Louisiana immigration attorneys, and we’re prepared to help.
In addition, we represent people in immigration court in New Orleans because it houses the local immigration court for the Louisiana region. We represent people in the Lafayette, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans area at a moment’s notice. In all of these courts, the Louisiana immigration lawyers at Rozas & Associates have the expertise to make sure your case is handled promptly.
When Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) places an immigration hold on you or your loved one while detained in a parish jail, you may not know what to do. You may feel, at times, that there is nothing that you can do. That is not true. Often times, our Louisiana immigration attorneys are able to secure a bond both in both criminal court and immigration court. This way, your loved one can move through the immigration proceedings at home, with the help and support of family and friends.
With years of experience in the vast area of criminal and immigration law, our attorneys are highly qualified to represent you in defending you throughout the deportation process. There are many options available to thwart off impending deportation including. These include but are not limited to, cancellation of removal, asylum, U-visa, SIJS, TPS, and withholding of removal. We have a proven track record of successful immigration litigation and we are dedicated to protecting the rights of immigrants in Louisiana.
Immigration law is a rapidly changing area of the legal system as new laws are passed and executive orders are implemented. Our team leverages its knowledge of these changes to better represent our clients and their families.
The United States immigration laws provide opportunities to allow families to stay together and live legally in America whether it’s through permanent residency, K-1 fiance visa, K-3 marriage visa, or visas for children, siblings or parents.
These options are possible but the paperwork must be in line with specific documentation requirements and filing procedures. Mistakes or missed deadlines can result in unfavorable outcomes. One of our Louisiana family immigration attorneys can guide you through the process to ensure that your documents and applications are properly prepared and submitted on time.
At Rozas & Associates, our immigration lawyers have helped individuals and their family members obtain the immigrant and nonimmigrant visas they need to travel and reside in the United States legally. Whether it be filing an I-130, 485, 765 or a waiver (601) and (601-A), our Louisiana immigration lawyers know exactly what to do.
Get help with your family’s immigration needs today! The immigration experts at Rozas & Associates are here to help. Call us at 225-478-1111.
If you wish to become a U.S. citizen, our Lafayette immigration law firm can help you. Naturalization is the formal process of becoming a citizen of the United States. There are many documents to complete and steps to follow in order to qualify for naturalization, including but not limited to the N-400.
To begin, you must be 18 years of age or older, have been a permanent resident for 3 to 5 years depending on your marital status, and meet various other eligibility requirements. We will help you prepare your N-400 application, study for citizenship tests, and prepare you for the citizenship interview with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services representative. Additionally, our expert Louisiana immigration lawyers will handle any delays or denials of your application.
Rozas & Associates Law Firm can walk you through every step of the naturalization process.
Our experience with the complex laws of immigration has provided hundreds of families with the ability to stay close and with their family here in the United States while navigating the complicating laws of immigration. Let us guide you through this complex area of law. If you or a loved one is facing an issue in immigration court, you need help navigating through the justice system. That’s what the law firm of Rozas & Associates is here for.