In 2014 alone, the United States housed more than 42 million immigrants, about 13.3% of the entire U.S. population. This large number is only increasing every year and includes both documented and undocumented individuals. Given the current atmosphere surrounding immigration in general, many people across the states have reached out to local attorneys for information about their statuses and what to do if they are targeted for deportation.
No one should be afraid of losing their homes and their livelihoods. Our immigration law practitioners are part of the National Association of Immigration Attorneys, and we understand that undocumented immigrants are some of the most vulnerable people in the United States. Our compassionate and understanding immigration lawyers will take the time to hear your story and do our best to fight for your rights.
Laws and regulations regarding immigrants and refugees are federal, meaning they are implemented by the national government and apply across all states. However, some cities and counties have announced their status as sanctuary cities—they welcome and offer protections for refugees and undocumented immigrants. Nevada contains at least three sanctuary areas: Las Vegas, Clark County, and Washoe County. Knowing immigration law also means knowing policies at the local level.
Our immigration attorneys know all the relevant federal and local policies that protect immigrant residents of Nevada. In addition, international law is also an important factor in applying for visas and asking for asylum. Trust our experience in helping you navigate through the complex web of policies and politics that makes this type of law so difficult to understand.
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Many immigrants are afraid of being targets of ICE agent raids, and some are even preparing for deportation by selling their possessions. Don’t become a victim. Fearlessness begins with understanding. Talk to us about your case, and we can tell you how you’re protected under federal and state law. With the current administration using immigrants as a scapegoat for larger problems, it has never been more important to familiarize yourself with your rights.
Contact us at (775) 574-4774 or fill out our online form with details about your situation. Our immigration consultations are reasonably priced, and our attorneys are available for you 24/7. Call us today!