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Out Immigration Lawyers are Committed to Helping You Achieve Your Immigration Goals.

At Ayala & Acosta PLLC, we know that each case is unique. From the outset, our immigration attorneys take the time to personally interact with each client and understand their legal needs. Our comprehensive approach enables us to provide high-quality legal services specifically tailored to your case.

No matter your objectives or obstacles, our team of experienced attorneys knows what it takes to resolve complex cases. Contact us today to discuss how Ayala & Acosta PLLC can help you achieve your immigration goals.

David Acosta is a founding partner of Ayala & Acosta PLLC; his practice focuses on representing individuals in immigration matters and criminal defense.

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Our Services

Personalized Legal Strategies for Every Case.

At Ayala & Acosta, we strive to make the legal process as efficient as possible for our clients, guiding them through each step of the way. Our attorneys have years of experience and extensive knowledge of immigration law. No matter what your immigration goals may be, our Immigration Attorneys will work aggressively to resolve your legal issues.

Our office provides representation in the following matters:

Family Based Immigration

Family Based Immigration

Family members of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents may be able to obtain lawful permanent residence (commonly referred to as a “green card”), provided they meet certain requirements. Before petitioning for a family member, several factors have to be considered, including whether the process will be completed in the United States or abroad, the length and cost of the process, and the need for waivers.

Foreign Investors and Work Visas

Foreign Investors and Work Visas

Whether you are seeking to enter the United States for employment, studies, business, or tourist visit, we can assist you in obtaining the appropriate non-immigrant visa.

U.S. Citizenship

U.S. Citizenship

Naturalization is the process through which a lawful permanent resident can become a U.S. Citizen. If you have been a legal permanent resident for at least 5 years (3 years if filing as a spouse of a United States citizen), you may be eligible to apply for naturalization. We can assist you in determining whether you are indeed a candidate for naturalization and guide you through the process.

Deportation Defense

Deportation Defense

Removal (or deportation) is the process through which the government seeks to remove a non-citizen from the United States. It can be both lengthy and overwhelming, and include multiple hearings before an immigration judge.

VAWA and Crime Victims

VAWA

VAWA and Crime Victims

VAWA offers protection for certain victims of domestic abuse. Under VAWA, immigrants (both men and women) who have been battered or suffered extreme cruelty at the hands of their U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident spouse or adult son or daughter, may qualify for certain benefits.

Appeals

Appeals

If an immigration judge has ordered your removal, it is important to act quickly to protect yourself from deportation while you continue to fight your case. It may be necessary to file an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) or the Federal Court of Appeals.

Waivers

Waivers

In order to be admitted into the United States, a foreign-national must be admissible. There are many reasons a person may be deemed inadmissible; in these situations, a waiver may be necessary in order to immigrate to the United States.

Criminal Cases

Criminal Cases

A non-citizen may be detained by the government for violations of immigration law; these violations include overstaying a visa, entering the country illegally, or committing certain crimes. When this happens, it is important to intervene as soon as possible and obtain release from detention on an immigration bond.

DACA

Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals

DACA

Individuals who came to the United States unlawfully as children, and who meet certain requirements, may be eligible to receive protection from deportation. DACA is granted for a period of two years, subject to renewal.

Asylum, Withholding Of Removal, And CAT

Asylum, Withholding Of Removal, And CAT

A foreign national who fears returning to his or her home country may be a candidate for Asylum, Withholding of Removal, or protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT).