Immigration Law

Rancho Cordova Immigration Law 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 law attorneys will help you avoid having to struggle with complicated laws alone.

The immigration lawyers 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

Employment-Based Immigration

Other Immigration-Related Services

Virtual Office

Not able to meet our immigration lawyers 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

President Obama’s Immigration Action

President Obama’s Immigration Action

Here is what we learned from tonight's announcement and from information provided to stakeholders from the White House: Deferred Action Extended to Benefit Approximately 4.4 Million Undocumented Immigrants Two separate Deferred Action initiatives have been announced that are expected to benefit 4.4 million undocumented individuals.…read more →
Carson & Kyung Participates in White House Immigration Call

Carson & Kyung Participates in White House Immigration Call

A recent phone call with the US White House provides us with some guidance as to what today's announcement will look like. So far, we have been told the following: 1. Enforcement: Priority to focus resources for enforcement through US Immigration and Customs Enforcement to convicted criminals and those who’ve recently crossed…read more →
Immigration Action Announcement on Thursday

Immigration Action Announcement on Thursday

According to several individuals who have been briefed on executive action on immigration, President Obama will announce his plans on Thursday with a full and final unveiling on Friday of this week. Our Sacramento immigration law firm has been covering this topic for weeks now,…read more →
President Obama’s Potential Executive Actions on Immigration

President Obama’s Potential Executive Actions on Immigration

President Obama’s Potential Executive Actions on Immigration According to Fox News’s source, President Obama is preparing to announce his executive action on immigration as early as next week. The following 10 points of his draft plan may possibly be included in his executive immigration action:…read more →
Executive Immigration Action Expected as Early as Next Week

Executive Immigration Action Expected as Early as Next Week

According to Fox News, administration officials stated that President Obama is planning to announce his new executive action on immigration as early as next week. A sweeping overhaul of our broken immigration laws through executive action could potentially benefit over five million undocumented immigrants by…read more →
President Obama Announces Visa Extensions for Chinese Citizens

President Obama Announces Visa Extensions for Chinese Citizens

Today, President Obama announced at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum’s CEO Summit that the United States and China have a reciprocal agreement whereby tourist and business visas would be extended to ten years from the current one year limit, and student visas will be…read more →

Free Resources

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Sacramento Field Office

White House Immigration Issues