Prieto Jamae Immigration Law Firm
At Prieto Jamae, PLLC, we serve our clients with dedication, honesty, and professionalism. Our professionals provide high-quality legal services in the areas of Immigration and Nationality Law and Family Law. Se Habla Español.
What to expect
As a client, you expect to be given a clear explanation of your legal matters and for your case to be handled with efficiency and exceptional representation.
At Prieto Jamae, we believe in trust and communication as core values in all of our attorney-client relationships. Our mission is to provide our clients with the highest level of personal attention while maintaining efficiency.
We serve both individuals and businesses in a wide variety of Immigration and Family Law legal matters. Please browse through our site for useful information. If you would like someone to contact you on a matter please call or e-mail using the contact information to the right.
On January 2, 2013 USCIS announced that they would begin accepting the new provisional unlawful presence waiver applications from certain immediate relatives of United States citizens on March 4th, 2013. The new rule will reduce the amount of time families are separated from one another. Click here to find out more about the new rule.
Deportation & Removal
In situations where an individual is detained by ICE, we may offer guidance to determine whether the individual is bond eligible or is subject to mandatory detention. We have assisted many individuals in bond proceedings. Once an individual is released on bond, his proceedings will take place before an immigration judge at the immigration court.Learn More
Applicants for admission to the United States generally apply for a nonimmigrant visa or an immigrant visa for admissibility into the United States. Certain individuals may be inadmissible to the United States. Our office is committed to identifying these issues and preparing the appropriate waivers when necessary to reunite families.Learn More
United States citizen, either by birth or naturalization, may petition for a spouse, child, sons or daughters, and siblings. A lawful permanent resident, i.e. a person holding a “green card” may petition for a spouse, child, and for unmarried sons or daughters. Waiting periods for approval vary according to many factors.Learn More
Naturalization & Citizenship
A person born outside the United States may in some circumstances become a citizen as a matter of law by derivative citizenship through the naturalization or birth in the United States of one parent. A lawful permanent resident may qualify for naturalization if certain requirements are met such as maintaining continuous residence in the United StatesLearn More
Employment Based Petitions
In certain circumstances, a person may qualify to immigrate to the United States based on his or her employment or skills. Our office handles a full range of non-immigrant visas such as priority workers, such as aliens of extraordinary ability and embers of the professions holding advanced degrees or persons of exceptional ability to name a few.Learn More
In cases where a federal agency improperly denies a petition or application for an immigration benefit, it may be necessary to appeal the matter. We have successfully handled these types of administrative and federal litigation matters before the U. S. C.I.S.; AAO; Immigration Court; Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals; and BIA.Learn More