Immigration, Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Read the most frequently asked questions in our 3 practice areas
Over the years, individuals have called our law firm asking confidential questions about their personal immigration, personal injury and criminal issues. These questions cover the entire gamut of immigration legal topics, such as asylum, cancellation of removal, US citizenship, immigration waivers, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), family and marriage residency petitions, employment residency petitions, investment visas and work visas (H, L, O).
People also meet with us to learn how we can help them with criminal convictions or charges, given that our criminal defense attorneys in Boston, MA can help vacate a conviction and negotiate the best disposition for any criminal case, and to learn if a criminal charge or conviction will affect their immigration status. In addition, individuals want to understand what is the process of filing a personal injury claim like for injuries caused by the negligence of others, and many undocumented immigrants in the U.S. have questions about whether or not they would get in trouble should they bring a personal injury claim.
To help you get valuable information fast, our immigration, personal injury and criminal defense lawyers at FitzGerald Law Company in Boston, have compiled the most frequently asked questions in our 3 practice areas and created FAQ pages that address them. You will find the FAQ categories organized by topic below. Please select the category of questions you would like to see, and don’t hesitate to call us at 617-303-2600 (ext. 0) to make an appointment for a Consultation with one of our attorneys:
- Famliy/Marriage Immigration
- Employment Residency
- Suing the Immigration Service (USCIS)
- E Visas or Investor Visas
- L Visas (Intra-company Transfers)
- H-1B Visas for Professional Employees
- Cancellation of Removal and Deportation
- Entry without Inspection and Waivers of Inadmisibliity
- U Visa- Visa for Victims of Crime
- Criminal Charges & Immigration
- Immigration Videos