Do you have questions about an immigration issue or are you interested in learning more about immigration law, deportation defense, how to get an immigrant visa or fiance visa, how to get a green card, or how to become a United States citizen? Are you interested in learning more about how an immigration lawyer can help you with your immigration case?
This website is designed to help you in several ways:
- You can learn more about immigration law and get an overview of the options that may be available to you and your family. By following the links below, you can learn more about the following areas of immigration law:
- Removal or deportation hearings, including applying for waivers, cancellation of removal and voluntary departure.
- Asylum, withholding of removal and Convention Against Torture (CAT) applications.
- Information on how to obtain a green card through family-based petitions and visas.
- Information on how to obtain a green card through marriage-based petitions and visas, including K-1 fiancé(e) visas, K-3 spouse visas and spouse immigrant visas.
- Citizenship or naturalization applications.
- Immigration appeals, including appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and federal courts.
- Review of the immigration consequences of criminal convictions or criminal plea bargains.
- You will also find information about the Arlington Asylum Office, the Arlington Immigration Court and the Baltimore Immigration Court.
- In addition, if you’d like to review the immigration forms that may be required for your case before you discuss your case with an immigration lawyer, you can download many of the most common immigration forms that you may need to submit.
- If you’d like to learn even more about immigration law, you may want to review the most recent entries on my blog, the DC Immigration Lawyer Blog. The articles on my blog are designed to answer frequently asked questions or to provide general information on immigration law and how an immigration lawyer may be able to help you. Although some of these blog entries are aimed at people in the Washington DC – Maryland – Virginia area (such as those on the Arlington Immigration Court or the Baltimore Immigration Court), much of the information on the blog will be useful to you if you are interested in immigration law even if you live outside of the Washington DC – Maryland – Virginia area. You can go directly to one of the more recent blog entries by clicking on it to the right. You can reach the home page of the DC Immigration Lawyer Blog by either clicking on the link to the right or by clicking on the “Immigration Blog” link on the main menu up above.
- You can request a copy of my book, Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make, by clicking on “How do I get free immigration guides and checklists?” box up above. The book provides helpful information that may help you understand some of the common immigration mistakes that could derail your immigration case. It also provides useful information on what an immigration lawyer can do to help solve your immigration problems and what you should consider before hiring an immigration lawyer.
Immigration Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make is available for free to residents of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. If you don’t live in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia, you can obtain a copy by ordering one through Amazon.com.
- If you would like to go ahead and set up a consultation with an immigration lawyer, you can use the “Email Immigration Lawyer Kimberley Schaefer” button to the right or click on the “Contact” link on the menu up above to send an email to me. If you’d prefer to call me instead, I can be reached at (202) 642-4529, (703) 424-2979, or (877) 887-9523.
Want to learn more about the Schaefer Law Firm or Kimberley Schaefer before setting up a consultation? You can learn more about the Schaefer Law Firm through the “About” link on the menu located above. Information about the office locations of the Schaefer Law Firm can be found by clicking on the “Locations” link on the menu located above. For the convenience of my clients, I have an office located in Washington DC near Farragut Square. The office is easily accessible by the Orange, Blue and Red Metro Lines at the Farragut West and Farragut North Metro Stations. I can also arrange meet clients in Northern Virginia at the Reston Town Center in Reston, Virginia.
I also encourage you to visit my new website located at ImmigrationVirginia.com, to learn more about the immigration options that may be available to you.
I accept clients that need representation before the Arlington Immigration Court, the Baltimore Immigration Court, the Arlington Asylum Office, the USCIS Washington Field Office (located in Fairfax, Virginia) and the USCIS Baltimore Field Office.