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The Ojala-Barbour Law Firm exclusively practices immigration law. We help individuals navigate the immigration system in order to help them to live in the United States, bring their family members to the United States, and, if necessary, to defend against deportation. We also regularly provide guidance to criminal defense attorneys seeking to understand and minimize the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction. Our attorneys frequently speak publicly, write and teach on immigration subjects, and are active in professional immigration law communities. Both Graham and Mirella have been involved in the local and national governance of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Hablamos español con fluidez.
Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting our clients’ rights. When you’re applying for an immigration benefit from the federal government, or fighting in immigration court, you may feel as if you’re at the mercy of forces you don’t understand and can’t control. We try to give a measure of control back to our clients by explaining their options in language they can understand. We aim to give each client the best possible outcome, including leaving them with a legal status that will help them avoid any future immigration problems.
We have extensive experience with marriage-based adjustment of status cases and enjoy reuniting families and helping asylum-seekers find safe havens, but we are also not afraid of difficult or messy cases. Everyone deserves an advocate to help them sort out their rights and their options. No lawyer can guarantee a positive outcome, but we can guarantee that we will do our best to keep clients in the United States. We have extensive experience defending clients against deportation and arguing that they should be freed from detention before their hearings. We also handle appeals—requests to reconsider an immigration court ruling—to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
You may learn more below about some of our immigration law services. For additional information, request a consultation by calling (651) 214-6284 or contacting us online.