Practice Areas

Fiancee Visas

Hire an immigration lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ If you have recently traveled overseas and have met your soul mate and would like to bring him or her here to the United States, provided you meet certain criteria, you can bring your loved one here by petitioning for them through the fiancée visa process otherwise known…

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Marriage-Based Immigration

Hire an immigration lawyer in Scottsdale, AZ Recent policies implemented by the current administration have made it increasingly difficult to obtain immigration benefits for your loved ones. Whether it be for your husband, wife, fiancée or other family member, with the Law Offices of Lemuel A. Carlos PLLC you’ll have a talented and experienced immigration…

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LGBT Visas

Sorting out the details at the end of a marriage can seem overwhelming, but there’s a Salem, OR divorce attorney available to help you try to cope with the situation. Reach out to an LGBT community lawyer for immigration assistance in Scottsdale, AZ On June 26, 2013, the United States Supreme Court issued its landmark…

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Immigration Law

Though the current political climate surrounding the topic of immigration can be rather divisive, the United States has a long-standing tradition of accepting a large number of immigrants into its borders annually. In fact, the immigrant population continues to grow each year. In 2018, there were more than one million people legally accepted into the…

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Family Law

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), more than 700,000 immigrants are naturalized and become U.S. citizens each year. Though this is a large number of people, it pales in comparison to the number of immigrants who wish to gain their citizenship. The immigration process can be difficult to navigate alone. This…

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Citizenship & Naturalization

The latest data shows that there are over 13 million Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) residing in the United States each year. Of those, over 60% are eligible to become citizens. In many cases, people become wary of the intricate and confusing immigration process, so they decide to not move forward with the citizenship process. Fortunately,…

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