Karam Law is dedicated to offering vigorous representation in immigration disputes, litigation and appeals before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration Court (IJ), Bureau of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and the U.S. Department of Justice. We also provide deportation and removal defense before the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), IJ and BIA. We have helped many people just like you resolve their complex immigration issues.
If you are involved in a dispute with the U.S. government over an immigration, deportation or asylum issue, call Karam Law at (952) 854-3313 for a free phone consultation. Or, contact us by e-mail and someone from our firm will be in touch with you promptly.
Help with Complex Immigration Issues
Over years of immigration and naturalization practice, our law firm has developed the ability to represent clients in highly complex immigration cases. Our passion about and commitment to immigration law, combined with the multiple talents of our lawyers, mean that each case is handled with great care. We are innovative in our approach when necessary and have the capacity to devote a great deal of time and research to finding new ways to approach difficult issues.
Relief from Deportation and Removal
Karam Law provides aggressive defense for people involved in deportation and removal proceedings. We are strong advocates for our clients because we understand that the livelihood of an entire family can often rest on the outcome of the case.
Assistance with Delays in Green Card or Citizenship Applications
We also handle Writs of Mandamus. This is a way to resolve delays in the naturalization process when it has been held up due to mandatory background checks. We are often able to ask the federal court to resolve the background checks so a client’s application can be processed.
We handle appeals before the federal district courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th circuits, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Humanitarian Immigration Issues
Our humanitarian work includes helping people and families who are seeking asylum or refugee status. Asylum can be granted based upon a well-founded fear of persecution because of a person’s race, religion, nationality, membership in a social group or political opinion. Our firm has demonstrated great ability to handle complex immigration issues such as these and has developed a track record of insight, dedication and success. For example, attorney Elizabeth Holmes handled one of the first-ever cases in the Minnesota USCIS district granting asylum to a woman based on female genital mutilation (FGM).
At Karam Law, we are committed to our clients and focused on obtaining favorable results for them. For help with your immigration question or dispute and to arrange a consultation, please contact us today.