The Law Office of Maya Y. King, LCC helps individuals, families, and businesses navigate through the complex immigration system. The United States is an open and welcoming country, the land of opportunities, and a beautiful place to raise your family. Our office provides the following services:
Non-immigrant visas and temporary status: If you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you could visit and stay in the U.S. temporarily for an authorized period of time. Our office provides assistance on visas and temporary status, including,
- Visiting the U.S.: tourist visa (B-2), visa extensions, visa waiver programs,
- Studying in the U.S.: student visas (F-1), exchange students (J), vocational trainees (M),
- Work in the U.S.: Business visitors (B-1), Specialty occupation workers (H-1B), temporary workers (H-2), entertainers, athletes, journalists, etc.
Family immigration: We help individuals intend to reside in the United States permanently through family members who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Examples including, fiancé visas, marriage petition, relative petition, adoptions, consular processing, etc.
Removal defense: If you are charged with violating the U.S. immigration law and face deportation proceedings, you need the most vigorous defense to minimize disruption in your life and family.
Humanitarian protection: If you have suffered harm either in your home country or here in the United States, we can help. You don’t have to live in fear; rather, you have options to restart your life and look forward to a new future.
- If you are a victim of a crime, trafficking, or violence against woman, you may qualify for specially designed immigration temporary status and permanent residency.
- Temporary protective status: If you are an eligible national of a foreign state that was designated for TPS by the Secretary of Homeland Security, you may qualify for TPS and employment authorization while you are in the Unites States.
- Asylum/refugee status: If you are unable or unwilling to return your country because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion, you may qualify for asylum, withholding of removal, and Protection under the Convention of Torture.
Deferred action: If you qualified for deferred action, such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA), you may be able to stay in the United States legally and be protected against deportation.
Citizenship: If you have been a United States permanent resident for many years, and want to obtain citizenship, we can help.
Appeals: If your immigration case or visa petition was denied, you have the option to appeal such denial.