Addressing Immigration Concerns

Immigrants have played a vital and integral role throughout the United States' history. Today, the laws, rules and regulations that allow people to legally come to the U.S. to study, work and live, are complex and subject to change with very little notice. If you or a family member needs help with an immigration issue, it is important to reach out to an attorney for advice and help.

For more than 25 years, The Quinn Law Firm has provided strong legal advocacy. Led by founding attorney, Nancy Quinn, the firm regularly represents clients facing a broad range of immigration issues, including:

  • Student visas
  • Family visas
  • U.S. citizenship
  • Asylum
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • Detention and removal actions
  • Adjustment of Status
  • Violence Against Women Act

Facing Immigration Challenges?

When it comes to complying with U.S. immigration policies and regulations, even a seemingly minor error can end up having serious personal and financial consequences. Failing to provide certain information or missing a filing deadline can jeopardize your ability to obtain or retain legal immigration status.

What's more, immigration laws and policies are constantly changing and evolving — causing more confusion and an increased likelihood for errors. The Quinn Law Firm can proactively identify and address potential problems to ensure that your immigration rights are protected. This includes assisting individuals who are facing issues with their immigration status and who may be subject to detention and removal actions.

Protect Your Rights — Call An Attorney Today

Contrary to what some people believe, U.S. immigrants do have rights and should take steps to actively protect their rights. Do not face immigration challenges on your own. A lawyer at The Quinn Law Firm will provide the information, options and strong legal representation you need to successfully navigate complex immigration policies. Call our Greensboro law office today at 877-781-8091 or contact us online. Se habla español.