Welcome to the Law Office of Claudia Perez

Specializing in Immigration and Nationality Law

Attorney Claudia Perez understands how overwhelming the immigration process may be. The outcome of a case can make a dramatic difference in the lives of families for many years. If you or a family member is facing a U.S. immigration law problem, it is important to consult with an attorney who knows the law and can protect your rights. With so much at stake, don’t leave your future to chance.

The Law Office of Claudia Perez is prepared to address a broad range of immigration law matters. Our mission is to offer utmost care, respect, and attention while providing quality and affordable services for your particular situation. We begin by carefully analyzing your case and making recommendations on the most appropriate process for you. We pride ourselves in being straightforward and honest with our clients; if we believe that we cannot assist you in your case, we will tell you.

Let us assist you in all of your immigration matters. Contact the Law Office of Claudia Perez to discuss your immigration case and learn how we may be of assistance.

Permanent Residency
The two main methods for obtaining legal, permanent residency in the U.S. are adjustment of status(residency application is processed in the U.S.) and consular processing (residency application is processed in the U.S. consulate in applicant’s home county). While it is always preferable to keep a case in United States, most people do not qualify to interview in the U.S. and must return to their home country for their residency interview. The applicant’s process will ultimately depend upon the applicant’s individual circumstances.
Visas for Victims of Crime
U visas are available to immigrants who are victims of certain crimes and who step forward with information related to the crime. The U visa allows victims of crime and their family to remain in the United States, obtain employment authorization, and apply for permanent resident status. People who wish to obtain a U visa must provide sufficient evidence to prove they meet all the requirements of this visa. In addition, the investigating authorities must provide a certification indicating the person helped in the investigation of the crime.




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