Family and Individual Immigration Lawyer Arlington, VA
Current U.S. immigration laws allow for United States citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents to petition for certain family members. U.S. citizens may petition for their spouses, parents, siblings, children, and fiancées and their children. Lawful Permanent Residents may also seek benefits for their spouses and children. Other special programs exist for specific circumstances such as: U.S. Military members, employees of international organizations, and battered spouses. Attorney Yeophantong has extensive experience working to unite families. In addition, she works to attain waivers for individuals who are not presently eligible for other for other forms of immigration.
With immigration laws and policies changing rapidly, our attorney is dedicated to staying current and knowledgeable on these changes. Jing is committed to finding immigration solutions for her clients. Individuals, for example, who do not have a qualifying family member to petition on their behalf may still be eligible under other programs including: U visas for victims of criminal activities, T visas for victims of human trafficking, and asylum seekers.
Jing Yeophantong has experience with providing legal assistance to individuals who are nationals of qualifying countries to receive Temporary Protected Status and with DACA recipients also known as DREAMERS.
Jing works with Lawful Permanent Residents who wish to pursue naturalization and become United States citizens. Her experience includes working regularly with LPRs who have unique circumstances such as criminal convictions or an extensive history of travel.
Each immigration case is unique and the first step is to assess the immigration options that may be available to you. Contact our office at (703) 870-3989 to schedule a consultation so that we can review your situation.