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Immigrant Relief Center

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Immigration Services

Family-Based and Employment Petitions

The IRC will prepare and file the Form I-130/I-140 petitions along with the Form I-485 adjustment package to USCIS. Additionally, counsel will conduct mock interviews of clients in preparation and attendance of the adjustment interview with USCIS.

Student, Tourist, Professional Visas

The most common nonimmigrant visas the IRC prepares for clients seeking entry into the United States are the following: 1) F visas for students; 2) B visas: B-1 for business visitors and B-2 for visitors for pleasure; and 3) Professional Visas: E, H, L, O, and R.

Special Immigrant Visas

Removal/Deportation Defense

The IRC attorney will represent immigrants before the United States Department of Justice - Executive Office for Immigration Review. The attorney is responsible for presenting cases at formal hearings before the immigration judges, including, but not limited to hearings involving removal/deportation, exclusion, rescission, bond; and voluntary departure. Other cases handled by the IRC involve immigrants seeking relief from removal/deportation in the form of asylum/withholding of removal; cancellation of removal; waivers from removal; and adjustment of status. The IRC also represents detained criminal aliens in bond hearings and removal proceedings. The IRC will prepare and file all appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals in Falls Church, Virginia.

Naturalization

A benefit which may be conferred upon a foreign national/citizen as a result of (1) naturalization, (2) birth or (3) parents.

Permanent Residence (Green Card)

Is available to foreign nationals in the United States who have an approved immigration petition and files and application for adjustment of status to adjust a nonimmigrant status to lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder).

Asylum/Refugee Status

These benefits are available to foreign nationals/citizens in the United States who are unable or unwilling to return to home because or persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution on account of (1) race; (2) religion; (3) nationality; (4) membership in a particular social group; and (5) political opinion.

Temporary Protected Status ("TPS")

TPS benefits are available to the following:

Currently designated countries include Angola, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, El Salvador, Honduras, Montserrat, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Sudan

Family Immigration

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