Our firm provides defense from deportation and removal via representation before the EOIR – Executive Office for Immigration Review (Immigration Courts: Master Calendar and Individual hearings) & appeals before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
Merchant Law focuses its resources on providing representation and solutions.
We create the appropriate legal strategy for your case & fight for you and your family.
Many families are lost and scared because a parent, child, sibling, or friend has been detained by immigration officers (ICE). In many cases, the families do not even know where their loved ones are being detained.
We can help by locating your loved ones if they are arrested and detained by ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement). We will file motions for bond and custody redetermination requests before the Immigration Courts & via the U.S. Department of Homeland Security – (DHS)
Our attorney also represents individuals from around the world via Applications for Asylum / Withholding of Removal / Convention Against Torture.
If you missed your immigration court date or ICE / ISAP appointment there are solutions and we can help. Time is of the essence.
We can assist with green cards, naturalization (citizenship), work permits and more.
Contact our office today for a consultation!
Speak to our Immigration Attorney now for a consultation
Please contact our office at:
(571) 375-6692 OR email@example.com
Our office is located at:
6066 Leesburg Pike, Suite 815
Falls Church, Virginia 22041
Consultations are by appointment only
Our office is located in Falls Church, Virginia and we provide immigration representation to individuals throughout Virginia, the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area, Maryland, the United States, and the world.
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