Austin Immigration Attorney Representing Clients in USCIS Proceedings
At The Lozano Law Firm PLLC, we help individuals, families, and businesses in immigration cases of all types, including immigrant visas, naturalization proceedings, citizenship applications, and deportation hearings. Many of these matters require an interview with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). For those in Austin, Texas, it is necessary to travel to San Antonio to fulfill the interview requirement because Austin belongs to USCIS San Antonio jurisdiction. The Lozano Law Firm PLLC is the perfect choice if you live in Austin and need an experienced Texas immigration attorney to represent you in San Antonio. Our regular attendance at local USCIS proceedings is a significant advantage to our clients.
Types of Immigration Matters We Handle for Austin Residents
Immigration is a constantly changing area of law. To be successful in any immigration matter, you need an immigration law firm you can rely on to give you clear and informed guidance. The Lozano Law Firm PLLC is led by an attorney who is a Board Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law; we focus exclusively on immigration law to ensure we provide our clients with the highest caliber of legal knowledge and service. With us, you can be confident that every option will be explored and every petition meticulously prepared to ensure the best possible outcome. We routinely handle the following types of immigration cases:
- Adjustments of Status
- Applications for Citizenship (N-600 and N-600K)
- Removal of Conditions
- Temporary & Permanent Visas
- Business Visas & Employer Compliance
- Green Cards
- Violence Against Women (VAWA) Petitions
- Waivers of Inadmissibility
- Deportation Defense
- Immigration Appeals
Representation in Naturalization Interviews & Other USCIS Proceedings
USCIS officers have the authority to conduct investigations and examinations, including interviews, to determine eligibility and fitness for naturalization, U.S. citizenship, adjustment of status, and removal of conditions. During the interview, an officer may ask questions regarding:
- Biographical information, including marital history and military service
- Admission and length of time as a lawful permanent resident
- Any absences from the United States after becoming a lawful permanent resident
- Places of residence and employment history
- Knowledge of English, U.S. history and government
- Moral character and any criminal history
- Affinity to the principles of the U.S. Constitution
- Affiliations or memberships to certain organizations
- Willingness to take an Oath of Allegiance to the United States
- Any other topic pertinent to the eligibility determinations
Talk to an Experienced Immigration Attorney Serving Austin Families & Businesses
For more information about our immigration services and experience representing Austin families and businesses in immigration matters, please contact The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC. We’re ready to answer your questions and provide you with expert guidance through the immigration maze.
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