Rancho Cordova Immigration Attorneys

Our Rancho Cordova immigration attorneys provide effective solutions for all aspects of U.S. immigration and nationality services for our clients, including those listed below. Meet with our immigration attorneys and law firm staff to identify and strategically reach your immigration-related goals.  Our Rancho Cordova immigration attorneys will help you avoid having to struggle with complicated laws alone.

The immigration attorneys at the law firm Carson & Kyung have a fantastic reputation amongst the community and a great track record of successful applications.  Check out our reviews on Yelp and Google!  If you have a consultation with an attorney at Carson & Kyung, you’ll leave happy because our immigration attorneys are knowledgeable and, importantly, honest.  Contact Rancho Cordova’s immigration attorneys today to set up a consultation or browse the many categories of immigration law listed below.  Don’t forget to check out our immigration law blog.

Family-Based Immigration

Family-Member Immigration | Citizenship & Naturalization | Fiance and Spouse Visas | Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), Victims of Crime (U-Visa), and Victims of Human Trafficking (T-Visa) | Asylum/Refugee Status

Employment-Based Immigration

Employment-Based Visas (Green Card) | Temporary Employment Visas | Employer Compliance & E-Verify

Other Immigration-Related Services

Visitors for Business (B-1) or Pleasure (B-2), & Visa Waiver Program | Academic (F-1) or Vocational (M-1) Student Visas | Deportation Defense & Bond Hearings | Criminal Charges & Immigration | Waivers of Inadmissibility (I-601/I-212) | Administrative Appeals Office, US 9th Circuit Court, & Board of Immigration Appeals | Writ of Mandamus, 1447(b), Habeas Corpus, & Declaratory Relief Petitions | Deferred Action Policy

Virtual Office

Not able to meet our immigration attorneys in Sacramento, Rancho Cordova, or Berkeley?  Don’t worry!  We can offer our services “virtually.”  We communicate with clients by email, Google Hangout, Skype, telephone, and every other medium you can imagine!  We were able to provide legal services to clients all around the world that we never met in person, including Dubai, Germany, China, Brazil, Russia, and many more.  Simply put, don’t worry about distance or ability to meet in person, our immigration attorneys can work something out.

Fees: Immigration consultations are only $100 and the fees are waived if you sign with us!

Immigration Blog Posts

Humanitarian Reinstatement and 204(l) Relief

Humanitarian Reinstatement and 204(l) Relief

While waiting for immigration benefits, many beneficiaries of pending or approved immigrant petitions face the tragic loss of their petitioning or principal beneficiary relative. In these situations, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) typically did not permit beneficiaries to obtain approval of the…read more →
I-864 Affidavit of Support

I-864 Affidavit of Support

In order to petition for an immigrant to become a US permanent resident (green card holder), the petitioner must show the ability to support the person financially. The US government is concerned with the possibility that the intending immigrant might become reliant on government welfare.…read more →
Governor Brown Signs Immigration Legislation – Follow Up

Governor Brown Signs Immigration Legislation – Follow Up

Governor Brown Signs Immigration Legislation - Follow Up Last week, Governor Brown signed immigration legislation permitting undocumented immigrants to drive in California. As we anxiously wait for Congress to forge ahead on immigration reform, California's Governor has continued moving forward on efforts to extend greater…read more →
U Visa Statutory Maximum Met

U Visa Statutory Maximum Met

U Visa Statutory Maximum Met United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has approved the statutory maximum 10,000 petitions for U nonimmigrant status (U visa) for fiscal year 2013. Each year, 10,000 U visas are available for victims of crime who meet the requirements set…read more →

Free Resources

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Sacramento Field Office

White House Immigration Issues