Immigration Services in Phoenix, Arizona

Knowledgeable and Friendly Attorneys

Whether you are looking to obtain a business visa or have been placed in removal proceedings, you need legal representation you can trust. For over 30 years, our team at Federal Immigration Counselors has provided dependable immigration services in Phoenix, Arizona, and the surrounding areas. Our attorneys take a holistic approach to immigration and help our clients understand the full extent of their legal options.

When you come to our firm for assistance, we will take the time to listen to your story, answer your questions, and address any concerns you may have. After evaluating your goals and circumstances, we will give you the information you need to make an informed decision on how to move forward. We are invested in your success and will do everything we can to help you live your American Dream.

Contact us online or call (602) 254-5353 to schedule an initial consultation. Our firm also has offices in San Diego and represents clients in the surrounding counties.

Innovative Legal Solutions

At Federal Immigration Counselors, we believe there is no one way to solve an immigration problem. We proactively think outside the box when advocating for our clients and remain at the forefront of emerging immigration issues and legal theories. No case is too complex for our team, and we are prepared to advance innovative legal arguments if we believe doing so will benefit your case. We are committed to championing positive changes in immigration law, and you can rest assured we will leverage all of our firm’s extensive resources when fighting for you.

Practice Areas

We routinely handle cases involving many areas of immigration law. Whether you are looking to obtain a green card or need to appeal an adverse immigration decision, our team can provide the comprehensive and capable representation you need to succeed. 

Comprehensive Immigration Services in Phoenix, AZ

  • Family Immigration. If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, we can help you take steps to reunify your family in the United States. Citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor certain eligible relatives for green cards, which allow recipients to live anywhere in the U.S. and work most types of jobs. 
  • Deportation Defense. Learning you or a loved one is being targeted for removal can be terrifying. Regardless of whether you are detained or receive a Notice to Appear (NTA), our team can provide the fervent representation you need to protect your life in the United States. We will tirelessly fight for you and pursue all available relief strategies.
  • Immigration Appeals. If you receive an unfavorable decision in your immigration case, you have a right to appeal. We know how to effectively navigate the immigration appeals process and craft persuasive legal arguments. Our firm has secured multiple precedential decisions in cases involving the Board of Immigration Appeals and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Bond Hearings. When you or a loved one are detained by ICE, you may or may not receive a bond offer. You will be released from custody in advance of a hearing if you pay the offered bond amount, but you may be able to negotiate a lower number – or request a bond hearing if you received no offer at all. Our firm has a strong track record of securing the lowest possible bonds.
  • Asylum. If you have experienced persecution or fear future persecution due to your race, national origin, religion, political opinions, or membership in a particular social group, you may qualify for asylum status in the United States. Asylum status can be sought affirmatively (voluntarily and from within the country) as well as defensively (in removal proceedings or at the border). We can assist you with either method.
  • USCIS Applications. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) processes applications for immigration benefits. When USCIS rejects an applicant’s request and simultaneously discovers they are undocumented, they usually refer the case to ICE, which will in most cases trigger removal proceedings. Consequently, you must be cautious when applying for a benefit through USCIS. Our team can assess the risks involved and provide knowledgeable advice.
  • Work Permits. If you want to work in the United States on a temporary or permanent basis, our firm can help you (and your sponsoring employer, if applicable) apply for many types of visas, including employment-based green cards, H-1B visas, L-1 visas, O-1 visas, and P visas.
  • Business Visas. We know how to help clients efficiently seek both temporary and long-term business visas, including B-1 visas, E-1 visas, E-2 visas, and EB-5 green cards. 

Phoenix Immigration Law Firm: Contact Us for Trusted Guidance

Call (602) 254-5353 or contact us online to learn more about our immigration services in Phoenix, Arizona. We offer flexible payment plans and provide our legal services in English and Spanish.

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