The Hamil Scott Law Firm will prepare you for interviews with the immigration officers as well as represent you the day of the interview. This interview can be very intimidating and may last several hours depending on the case. It is always advisable that you contact a reputable attorney who can guide you through this process. Call our office today and schedule an appointment.
REMOVAL AND DEPORTATION
Removal is an action taken by the US Government when it has decided that a foreign national must leave the country. You may be placed in deportation for violating an immigration law or committing a criminal act.
However you do not have to worry as relief from removal is available: Political Asylum, Cancellation of Removal and Waivers under Immigration and Nationality Act.
Schedule an appointment with The Hamil Scott Law Firm today to understand your options and how you may proceed. Attorney Hamil Scott is a fierce advocate prepared to fight for your rights at every stage during the removal proceedings and can provide you with a plan of action.
RESIDENCY BASED ON MARRIAGE
If you are married to a US citizen or a lawful permanent resident you are able to file for a green card. The Hamil Scott Law Firm will help you navigate through this process as the laws are always changing and can be very complex.
CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALISATION
A lawful permanent resident (LPR) can become a naturalized citizen by following these requirements:
Be legal permanent residents in the U.S.
Have lawful permanent resident status for at least five years, unless they are married to a U.S. citizen, in which case they must have LPR status for three years
Have resided in the United States for at least 50 percent of the time they have had LPR status
Have lived in the state they are filing their petition in for at least three months prior to submitting their application
Be able to speak, write and read English
Possess knowledge and understanding of U.S. history and our government structure
Display good moral character and attachment to the principles of the Us Constitution
Be at least 18 years old when submitting an application. If you are a minor you may be eligible for automatic citizenship if they are under 18 at the time one of their parents become naturalized.
Schedule an appointment with The Hamil Scott Law Firm today to guide you through your naturalization process. Attorney Hamil Scott has the skill and dedication necessary to see you through from inception to the ultimate resolution of your case.