Military Immigration Law
Angela Andersen focuses her practice in Immigration Law. Angela graduated with a B.A. from the University of Oregon in 2007 and with a J.D. from Willamette University College of Law in 2012. She has been practicing immigration law since 2012. Before that, Angela lived and worked in Tokyo, Japan from 2004-2005, and in Madrid, Spain from 2008-2009. She also worked as an immigration law clerk from 2009-2012 before opening her own firm. Angela is fluent in Spanish and can explain all aspects of your case in English and Spanish. She can also assist you with translating any documents written in Spanish, and can certify those translations for USCIS purposes.
Because the area of immigration law is constantly changing, it is important to work with an attorney who has a sound record of properly filed immigration cases. This year alone, there have been dozens of changes to immigration rules and policies, and many of those changes were not reported by any news outlet. Angela has maintained an exceptional reputation with US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the National Visa Center (NVC). She is known to be diligent, trustworthy, and professional in her work. Angela is well-versed in marriage-based visa and green card applications, fiancée petitions, visa filings for parents and children of US Citizens, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Parole in Place for family of service members, relief for victims of crime, applications for citizenship, and work-based adjustment of status applications.
She can consult with you by phone about your immigration case regardless of your location or time zone.
Common Immigration Issues For Military Service Members:
•Fraudulent Enlistment by Undocumented Immigrant
•Special Immigrant Visas for U.S. Military Personnel
•Earning Lawful Permanent Residence Through Military Service
•Naturalization of U.S. Military Personnel, Noncitizen Veterans
•Immigration Consequences due to Military Administrative Punishment, Non-Judicial Punishment, Discharges and Court-Martial Convictions
•Immigration Consequences of a Military Discharge
•Immigration Consequences of a Military Conviction
•Removal Issues Involving Military Personnel and Veterans
•Marriage to a Foreign National Outside the United States
•Children of Military Personnel Born Abroad
•Fee Waivers for Family Members
•Obtaining Lawful Permanent Residence for Military Family Members
•Adopted Foreign-Born Children of Military Personnel
•Hardship Waivers, Military Family Sec. 212(e) Waivers
•Cancellation of Removal
•Expedited Naturalization of Military Spouses
•Overseas Naturalization of Spouses and Children of Military Personnel
•Submitting a Parole in Place for Military Family Members
•Military Contractors and Civilian Employees of the Military Special Immigrant Visas
If you need help with an Immigration matter, call or email GCW Law so you know your rights and what to do when you are facing any of the above-listed situations. Call us at 1-888-919-8265 or email us for a No-Cost Telephone Consultation.