Temporary Protected Status
While your situation might not qualify you for asylum in the United States, there are alternatives that might allow you and your family to stay in the country. Temporary protected status (TPS) is a short-term solution that is available to individuals with a specific set of life circumstances. Contact our firm to learn more about TPS and your eligibility.
At Gorman Law Firm, our dedicated immigration attorney has more than 20 years of experience guiding clients through the often complex immigration process. We assist clients in Charlotte and throughout North Carolina seeking temporary protected status. Through a careful evaluation of your circumstances, we can provide legal advice and representation from the application process through your approval.Charlotte Immigration Lawyers
While temporary protected status might not be a final solution to your immigration matter, TPS allows you to live and work legally in the United States. Additionally, TPS will likely end removal proceedings and prevent deportation in the future. It is always wise, however, to consult with a knowledgeable attorney to discuss your unique situation. Based on your country of origin, we can provide clear advice regarding your next steps. Schedule a consultation at our firm today.
Whether you have questions regarding temporary protected status (TPS), the DREAM Act or deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA), it is crucial that you talk to an attorney. Individuals who attempt to complete and submit paperwork can quickly find themselves in the middle of a complex process filled with confusing documents. Let us help.Victims of Crime — U Visas
If you have been a victim of crime and can provide assistance to law enforcement officers, it is possible to receive a U visa. The U visa is a nonimmigrant visa that gives victims of certain crimes temporary legal status and work eligibility in the United States. This temporary status typically lasts for up to four years.Contact Our Firm
If you need the guidance of a lawyer with your immigration questions, contact Gorman Law Firm, PLLC. Our office can be reached by phone at (704) 537-1400 or by completing our online contact form. Our office is open normal business hours during the week, but we provide office hours on Saturday and are available around the clock through our website. We accept all major credit cards as payment and offer services in English, Spanish and Portuguese.