Immigration

Phoenix Arizona Immigration Lawyers:
We Can Help Now with DACA – Free Call Deferred Action For Parents

PRESIDENT OBAMA ANNOUNCES HUGE CHANGES TO DACA
Deferred Action is Expanded Now!
CALL 602-989-5000 TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY
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Immigration Solutions
We Handle All Types of Immigration Cases Including DACA!

BOND HEARINGS – CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL — DACA — ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS — FAMILY PETITIONS

At Alcock and Associates, we know that there are big changes to immigration law.  If you have a question about DACA or Deferred Action, give us a call.  We are available right now to answer your concerns and to see if you qualify. That’s why we offer a FREE CONSULTATION. Unlike some other Phoenix immigration lawyers, we won’t charge you money for a consultation. We can determine whether or not an attorney can help you. If you or a loved one have been arrested and are facing deportation, give us a call immediately. Time is of the essence. Make sure you hire the right immigration attorney. Feel free to look at our site for more information.

Affordable — We Offer Payment Plans — DACA (Deferred Action)

We offer affordable payment plans for all of our immigration clients–including DACA (DREAM Act).  We understand that it can be expensive to pay both USCIS fees and an attorney at the same time.  That’s why we work with you to come to a financial plan that fits your needs.  If you or your loved one is in jail we can help. Our immigration law firm can handle both immigration and criminal defense cases. We have attorneys on staff who are former city and county prosecutors. We know the system inside and out. Alcock and Associates handles criminal cases in every court in Maricopa County, and our immigration lawyers handle immigration cases in Phoenix, Florence and Eloy. It is our mission to provide the highest level of customer service. Simply put, we get results.

Free Consultations — Free Case Evaluation –

Once you come to our office you will see how we are completely dedicated to helping our clients. That’s why we never charge for a consultation. We know that keeping your legal status in incredibly important. We also understand the strain you are under. If your loved one is in immigration custody, the first order of business for our firm is to determine if we can get a bond.

A bond enables a person to be released and live outside of custody during the immigration court proceedings. Our Phoenix immigration attorneys will help determine whether or not you or your loved one is bondable. We will also find our whether or not adjustment or status or cancellation of removal is possible. We want to tell you what can happen, how we can help you and what to expect. The consult is free of charge. All you have to do is call.

Our Arizona Immigration Lawyers Know What To Do

At Alcock and Associates we will review your case for free. We will carefully explain what legal remedies are available and the likelihood of winning your case. We will always completely honest with our clients. Of course, every immigration law case is different. We will be realistic in our assessment of your case.

Our Immigration Attorneys offer AFFORDABLE PAYMENT PLANS. We never ask for credit checks and we will work with you to develop a payment plan that fits your budget. No one expects to be incarcerated or detained. We know that economic times are hard, and we are willing to be as flexible as possible.

Give us a call to find out more information and learn how we can help you.

Our Arizona Immigration Lawyers Handle:

    • Bond Hearings
    • Cancellation of Removal for Non Permanent Residents (42B)
    • Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents (42A)
    • Cancellation of Removal for Victims of Domestic Violence (VAWA)
    • Family Petition for Alien Relative (I-130)
    • Naturalization (Citizenship) Applications (N-400)
    • Petition to Remove Conditions on Residency (I-751)
    • Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrivals to the United States (DACA)
    • Prosecutorial Discretion/ Administrative Closure
    • Asylum/Withholding and Convention Against Torture (I-589)
    • Acquisition/Derivation of Citizenship Claims (N-600)
    • Appeal a Case Decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals