Choosing to leave one’s homeland to build a life in the United States takes courage, but hiring a knowledgeable immigration attorney is equally important. At the Law Office of Ronald L. Freeman in San Bernardino, I represent clients from around the world who are seeking American residency, visas and citizenship. My firm assists with paperwork, explains relevant rules, and communicates on behalf of clients during U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services proceedings. Whether you are looking to bring a family member to this country, facing possible deportation, or have any other immigration concern, I will provide the strong counsel you need to protect your rights.
American citizens and legal permanent residents can sponsor loved ones who wish to reunite with them in the United States. The ease with which this is accomplished depends upon a variety of factors, including the person’s country of origin and relationship to you. I help clients obtain visas for family members including:
For these and all other immigration matters, my firm can outline and evaluate your situation in a free initial consultation.
Attaining U.S. citizenship entitles you to receive the full benefits associated with American society. My firm assists foreign-born individuals who wish to become Americans through the naturalization process or because they are the children of a U.S. citizen. If you have been a legal permanent resident for at least five years, I can explain each requirement on the path to citizenship, including the moral character review and English language and civics tests.
No matter what your immigration status might be, my firm offers prompt, effective advocacy if you have been targeted for removal by U.S. immigration authorities. I work diligently to find legal grounds to build the strongest possible case on my clients’ behalf. For individuals who came to the United States as children, I argue for relief under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. If you are eligible, my firm can assist with initial DACA applications as well as renewals. Even if your deportation proceeding is based on a criminal charge or undocumented entry, I work tirelessly to protect your chance to live where you wish.
If someone has been persecuted or threatened in their homeland, they might be able to establish U.S. residency on humanitarian grounds. I help individuals pursue entry into the country as refugees or seek asylum status if they are already here. My firm can conduct the necessary review and prepare materials in support of these applications.
The Law Office of Ronald L. Freeman assists clients with a full range of immigration and visa issues. Please call 909-347-7389 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation at my San Bernardino or Riverside office.