San Diego, CA, April 28, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Talamantes Immigration Law Firm is very proud to announce the launch of its new Website. The transformation was a direct result of feedback from clients and staff. “Our clients wanted easier access to our services as well as a quicker picture of exactly what we offer,” Laura Talamantes explains. The new site is mobile friendly and allows for rapid updates of information when immigration laws change. Practice areas include employment-based immigration, family-based immigration, removal defense and U Visa/VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) immigration.
Employment-based immigration is for individuals and business that wish to work or operate in the United States. Family-based immigration involves working to help expedite the visa application process for families wanting to reunite in the U.S. Many migrants had to leave their families behind while starting a new life in the U.S. Removal defense is for individuals in fear of being deported. Some have resided in the United States for decades but because they lack the proper paperwork could be deported from the U.S at any moment. U visas are available to individuals who have been the victim of certain crimes, have information about a crime that is valuable to the prosecution and/or investigation, have suffered mental or physical abuse, and those who have been the victims of domestic violence. VAWA provides spouses, children and potentially certain parents the opportunity to file for a way to eventually obtain a residency card if abuse is present in their relationship and if the abuser is a United States Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident.
“We know our new Website will help us to help those with legal needs in a timely manner," Talamantes continues. The Talamantes Immigration Law Firm, APC is based in Chula Vista, California and serves the entire San Diego region as well as Orange and Los Angeles Counties. Laura Talamantes founded the firm which is dedicated to helping individuals and businesses struggling with immigration law problems.