I am an attorney, practicing in immigration and nationality law, in Dallas Texas who is pleased to offer personalized service for you and your loved ones' immigration needs. I speak fluent French & English. A Spanish interpreter is available upon request.
Please contact me at 1-972-919-6160 or 1-214-800-5194 or by email at ContactUs@Berthoff.com.
I will be pleased to give you an appointment to speak with you in person and review your situation to confirm if you or your loved ones are eligible for a visa, residency, immigration or citizenship in the United States.
I will be happy to assist you in filing papers at the US Consulate in your home country or here in the United States with the Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) if you are eligible and:
IF YOU ARE A US CITIZEN
If you are a citizen of the United States of America, and you wish to:
- Apply for your husband, wife, parent, child, brother, or sister to have legal status in the U.S.
- Apply for proof of your citizenship
IF YOU ARE A RESIDENT OF THE US
If you are a legal permanent resident with a “green card”, and you wish to:
- Apply to be a U.S. citizen
- Apply to replace or renew your green card
- Apply for your husband, wife, or unmarried child to have legal status in the U.S.
- Apply to remove the conditional status on your 2 year green card so you can receive the 10-year green card
DEFERRED ACTION FOR CHILDHOOD ARRIVALS (DA CA)
On August 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security began accepting applications from young people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines. Applicants may request Deferred Action for a period of two years, and may also apply for Employment Authorization. I offer DACA consultation appointments and case preparation and advice. Please call 214-800-5194for an appointment for your "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Consultation."
I offer advice and case preparation of petitions and applications to obtain lawful permanent residency visas to be processed at a Consulate outside the U.S.
Family members who may need help with consular processing include:
- Parents, spouses and children of Legal Permanent Residents;
- American citizens’ or Legal Residents’ family members who may have come to the U.S. without a visa;
- Brothers, sisters and adult or married sons or daughters of American citizens
WAIVERS FOR EXTREME HARDSHIP I-601 AND I-601A PROVISIONAL WAIVERS
I offer advice and case processing of petitions and I-601 Hardship Waivers for husbands, wives and children of American citizens or Legal Residents. The 601 waivers are similar to a pardon for a person who came to the U.S. with no visa or who may have other complications. A waiver can pardon only spouses and children of US citizens or legal residents. I can assist you and your American Citizen or Legal Resident spouse or parent to prepare the I-601 Hardship Waiver, gathering proof of extreme hardship and guiding you and your family so that you will have as strong a Waiver application as possible.