Answering Your Immigration Questions

We Can Help With Your Immigration Issue

Immigration law can seem like a complex puzzle for many people hoping to immigrate to the U.S. or to be reunited with family members. You may need to obtain immigration status to work in the U.S. or you are fleeing a frightening situation in your home country and are looking for asylum.

Others may be in the U.S. and are undocumented, but living with their children, who are U.S. Citizens. Yet others may be caught in the criminal justice system and fear the consequence of their immigration status, whether undocumented or with legal status.

All of these situations are challenging, and if these and any situation involving the immigration laws or agencies of the U.S., you may feel overwhelmed in attempting to deal with the laws and the process. At Collins & Martin, P.C., our attorneys understands exactly what you are going through.

We Have Helped Hundreds Of Clients In Connecticut On Immigration Matters

Immigration law is extremely convoluted and technical. One mistake at any point in the application can lead to delays or force you to start the process from the beginning. For individuals with no experience with these matters, it can be frustrating.

We also have a great deal of experience working with criminal law cases and immigration issues, including consulting for other criminal defense attorneys on immigration questions.

Complex Rules Administered By Many Agencies

Immigration law is especially daunting because it is agency law administered by various federal entities, like the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Immigration law is even more volatile than most because of recent changes in policy. The implementation of differing political agendas can be confusing to those with applications in process. We can provide experienced assistance and counsel to any individual with an immigration issue, as our practice is focused on this ever-changing legal area.

Contact Us Today

Because of its complexity, you want an experienced immigration attorney working with you during every step of your application. Call us today at 860-761-3400.