Immigration laws in the United States are constantly changing. With each new administration comes new immigration policies. If you are a noncitizen of the United States living here or abroad, it is easy to feel confused about your rights and options for extending your stay or entering the U.S. At Thompson Legal Group, we provide immigration guidance to families and businesses throughout the D.C. Maryland and Virginia metropolitan as well as nationally and internationally.
As the child of an immigrant, our lead immigration attorney in Maryland understands well the cares and concerns of the immigrant community and has shaped the vision and mission of this law firm based on her commitment to helping immigrants fulfill their dreams of living a better life here in the United States.
You can have peace of mind working with our law firm. We have experience with immigration matters including, but not limited to:
At Thompson Legal Group, we recognize the unique challenges you’re facing. Our Maryland immigration attorney is here to answer your questions, provide legal expertise, and stand by your side. So, how can we serve you? Contact Thompson Legal Group for a consultation today.
What is a lawful permanent resident? A lawful permanent resident (green card holder) is a foreign national who is authorized to live and work in the United States.
How long does it take to get a green card? There are many ways to get a green card, and the timeline for each pathway is different.
Can I Apply for Asylum Even if I Was Convicted of a Crime? You may apply; however, you may be barred from being granted asylum depending on the crime.
What should I do if I have received a Notice to Appear from Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)? Contact an attorney immediately. You must attend all court hearings to avoid an order of deportation.
When and how can I apply for U.S. Citizenship if I am a lawful permanent resident? Eligibility depends upon several factors that we’d be happy to discuss with you. Generally, a person will have had to be a lawful permanent resident for 5 years to apply.