Paladin Law

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Immigration Law

Paladin Law can help you navigate immigration issues with confidence.

An immigration attorney who has seen firsthand the devastating effects of unfair immigration laws can provide you with the empathy, compassion, and zealous advocacy that you need to fight for your family’s future.


Immigration law is complex and can be confusing to navigate the procedures and forms required by the federal government.  Doug is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  He can assist you with the preparation and filing of forms necessary to achieve your goals.

Paladin Law offers the following services:

  • Crime Victim Visas
    • U-Visas
    • T-Visas
    • Violence Against Women Act
  • Citizenship and Naturalization
    • N-400 Application Process
  • Immigration for Family Members
    • Marriage and Fiancée visas
    • R-1 Visas
    • Petition for Family Members
    • Application to Adjust Status
  • Removal and Deportation
    • Bond Hearings
    • Removal Hearings
  • Employment and Business Immigration
    • Identify and Process the Right Employment Visa for Your Business 
  • Criminal Immigration Allegations
    • Marriage Fraud
    • Removal
    • Deportation
    • Felony Allegations
  • Asylum and Refugee Matters
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
    • New Applications and Renewals
  • Military Immigration
    • Gain Citizenship Through Military Service
  • Administrative Appeals

Immigration issues are complex, and are often made even more so by the addition of criminal charges, employment concerns, and family issues. Hiring an attorney with a wide range of experience can provide you with the best possible chance of achieving a favorable outcome in your case.

The U-Visa allows crime victims who have suffered mental or physical abuse some protections from deportation and removal from the United States. The legislation was intended to improve the investigation and prosecution of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking of noncitizens, and other violent criminal conduct by ensuring immigrant victims can safely and voluntarily help law enforcement investigate and prosecute these cases.

Learn more about the U-Visa process.