STERN Law provides immigration assistance and deportation defense services to both detained and non-detained immigrants. We serve:

  • Eligible youth (DREAMers) seeking to apply for deferred action and employment authorization
  • Immigrants applying for permanent residence through a family-based application
  • Permanent residents applying for citizenship
  • Non- U.S. citizens facing deportation / removal
  • Immigrants who are victims of domestic violence or violent crime and seek protection in the United States
  • Immigrants applying for Temporary Protected Status

Attorneys and trained staff provide consultations and legal representation on the following matters:

Removal/deportation defense
Legal representation for immigrants who are in deportation proceedings.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for DREAMers
Legal assistance for eligible youth and their families seeking to apply for deferred action and employment authorization. Check out the DACA requirements here.

Family-based immigration
Legal assistance for permanent residents and U.S. citizens who want to apply to bring family members to the United States or to allow family members in the United States to adjust their status.

Applications for Lawful Permanent Residence
Assistance in completing and filing applications for lawful permanent residence (also known as a green card.

Legal assistance for permanent residents who want to apply to become U.S. citizens.

Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
Legal assistance for immigrants who qualify for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) visas based on their country of origin and dates of immigration.

Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA)
Assistance in completing and filing applications for Nicaraguan, Cuban, Salvadoran, and Guatemalan immigrants and nationals of the former Soviet Union who entered the United States in the 1990s.

Legal protections for immigrant victims of family violence
Legal assistance for men and women who qualify for immigration benefits under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) because they have been abused by a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

Visas for immigrant victims of crimes (U Visas and S Visas)
Assistance in obtaining a visa for immigrants who have been a victim of a crime and are willing to assist law enforcement in the investigation of that crime.