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IMMIGRATION LAW

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Immigration Attorney in Winston-Salem, NC

At Castillo Immigration Law Firm, we know how frustrating and frightening it can be to gain U.S. citizenship or get a green card. The process is complicated and full of paperwork, and there are many different options you have to live in the United States. Whether you need to live here temporarily to work, or you want to obtain permanent citizenship, our immigration lawyer can help. 
• Immigration Law
• Naturalization
• Citizenship (Ciudadanía)
• Relative Petition (Peticiones familiars)
• DACA & Renewal (DACA Y Renovaciones)
• Consular Process (Proceso Consular)
• U Visas/VAWA visas
• Adjustment of status (Ajustes de Estatus)
• TPS, NACARA
• Cuban Adjustment (Ajuste Cubano)
• Asylum (Asilo)
• Provisional Waiver ("Perdón")
• Advance Parole (Permiso de Viaje) 
• Employment-based Visa (Visa de empleo)

Citizenship Attorney

The process of being granted citizenship as a foreign citizen takes very specific requirements. As an experienced naturalization lawyer, Attorney Castillo knows each and every requirement and can guide you through them.

Are you looking to gain citizenship for yourself and your children? Our law firm is here to assist you and your loved ones to achieve naturalization in a proper and legal manner, ensuring all laws are followed exactly. 
Temporary Visa Attorney
Did you know the type of temporary visa you apply for depends on a variety of factors? Castillo Immigration Law Firm knows the requirements depend on your occupation, your reason for traveling, your family currently in the country, and so much more. Whether your reasons are personal or professional, our team is here to assist you in maintaining and processing the correct paperwork. 
Asylum Attorney
If you’re already living in this country and are unable to return to your home country due to fear of persecution, you may be eligible for asylum. Persecution relating to race, religion and politics may force you to remain in the U.S. If that is the case, we’re here to help you apply for asylum. 

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, there are two ways of procuring asylum in the United States. Each process involves various applications and interviews, and it’s a process that you shouldn’t go through alone. For affordable legal representation and assistance in gaining asylum, rely on Castillo Immigration Law Firm. Call us today for a consultation. 
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