LOS ANGELES IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS
Dealing with immigration can be a stressful process. The law is constantly changing, every week, and it is hard to know where to start and what do to. Let the Law Office of Erika Roman protect your rights and offer you the legal expertise that will keep your family together. We are the Los Angeles Immigration Attorney that can make a difference.
Are you interested in a temporary working visa? Did you arrive here in America as a small child? Do you want to apply for a green card or finally become a citizen? Is there an employer that wants to sponsor you? Do you want to invest in the United States? Or is your son or daughter old enough to file a petition for you? Have you recently gotten married to a United States citizen? Are you getting ready to apply for Obama’s new Executive Action work permit? Contact Los Angeles Immigration Attorney Erika Roman Now!
If you need an attorney for immigration court, put your trust in our hands of Los Angeles Immigration Attorney Erika Roman. We specialize in all areas of immigration law. We are experienced in bond hearings and all areas of removal defense, including asylum, cancellation of removal and waivers, as well as motions to reopen and Board of Immigration and Ninth Circuit Appeals. We can also tackle your criminal cases, offering the best advice to avoid immigration consequences. We provide post conviction relief as well as expungements that will help make you eligible for immigration benefits.
We welcome you to call us day or night. When you’re ready, we’re here to help and answer all your questions. Let us take the pressure off and empower you with a strategy to win your case. A Los Angeles Immigration Attorney is waiting for your call now.
Erika Lynn Roman
Ms. Roman has been practicing law since December 2001, representing clients before the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Department of Homeland Security in Los Angeles, California. Learn More
GREEN CARDS CITIZENSHIP
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