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Experienced Immigration Lawyer Serves Clients in Illinois and throughout the United States

Attentive Chicago attorney challenges deportation and removal

Moving to the United States can come with many legal strings attached, and each immigrant classification has its own set of requirements and procedures. Since 2002, I have protected the rights of individuals and families. I champion my clients’ causes from start to finish, helping to make the strongest case possible for the benefits they hope to attain. I handle a wide range of legal matters, from citizenship, green card and visa applications to deportation defense.

Accomplished representative advocates for refugees and undocumented individuals

Whether you aim to come to the United States for protection or you fear the threat of removal from this country, I will handle your case with care and attention to detail. I am well-versed in matters of:

  • Deportation — When you or a loved one faces the possibility of removal, I can fight to help you remain in the United States. Not all immigration-related arrests or detainments are proper under the law. I will question whether an arresting officer violated the legal rights and protections available to you.
  • Asylum — People who flee persecution are able to seek protected status in the United States. I represent asylum seekers who have already arrived in the United States.

Though the federal government has the final say on immigration requests, the treatment of undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers can vary from state to state and city to city. I keep up on relevant laws so I can help my clients utilize the rights and protections available to them.

Reliable lawyer prepares visa and green card petitions

If you want to bring a loved one to the United States, or if you are an immigrant with family ties in this country, I can help with the immigration process that is right for you. I am experienced in:

  • Family immigration — U.S. citizens over the age of 21 may sponsor the green card (“lawful permanent resident”) petitions of immediate family members, fiancés and adopted children. A limited number of visas are also available to the closely related family members of green card holders. Most sponsors must be able to prove that they have enough income or assets to support the person they wish to sponsor. I help my clients complete the paperwork and other actions required during this multistep process.

I also help my clients obtain and renew necessary work authorization documents.

Make a free appointment with a skilled Chicago immigration attorney

Call the Law Office of Martin Perez, LLC in Chicago at 833-790-1600 or contact me online to schedule your immigration law consultation.

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    540 West 35th Street
    Suite 204
    Chicago, Illinois 60616
    Phone: 773-966-4974
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