At Christensen Immigration Attorneys, we cover all aspects of immigration law, from permanent residency, visas, deportation defense, and even asylum issues. Because our firm focuses solely on immigration matters, we are knowledgeable, determined, and very good at what we do. We know that the immigration process can be complex, but doing things right ensures that you or your family are able to live and work in the United States.
Our firm focuses on helping immigrants and we are dedicated to helping you achieve the American dream. That is why we always work hard to ensure every client is very well taken care of. Above all else, we work hard to provide a positive and uplifting experience to get clients through the legal process.
There are numerous categories that an immigrant could qualify under and even more requirements that must be met. We work closely with all of our clients to understand and meet their needs.
Choosing the Right Immigration Attorney in Dallas, TX
If you are not sure what types of applications you need to submit to resolve your situation, or if you have any other concerns or questions, visit our Coppell office for a consultation and we can help you get moving in the right direction.
- Family immigration, including fiancé and spousal petitions, immediate family petitions, and petitions for same-sex marriages
- Religious workers
- Citizenship and naturalization
- Deportation defense
- Asylum or refugee status
- Student visas
- Military parole in place (PIP) cases
- Victims of crimes or domestic violence
- Tourist visas
- DACA cases
- Provisional waivers
- Temporary protected status issues
We exclusively practice immigration - we are good at what we do!
Each case is centered around the client - we keep you involved and informed every step of the way.
Our client's testimonies speak to our success and our devotion to theirs.
We offer affordable payment plans specific to your needs.
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