Reilly Immigration focuses solely on the practice of immigration law. Our attorney, Erica Reilly, focuses on personalized service to help you and your family get through the difficult immigration process. Mrs. Reilly has helped hundreds of clients obtain status, maintain status, and be reunited with their families.
She has helped clients from Jamaica, Colombia, Russia, Ukraine, Sierra Leone, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Argentine, the Philippines, Ukraine, China, Japan, South Korea, Portugal, Australia, and many other countries around the world. Mrs. Reilly has helped her clients obtain permanent residency (green cards), citizenship, work permits, T Visas, U Visas, benefits under the Violence Against Women Act, waivers for various grounds of inadmissibility, and other benefits under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
Mrs. Reilly is focused on obtaining the best outcomes for her clients, while ensuring that every person involved in the process understands what is going on, what is required of them, and the steps that will be followed along the way.
Mrs. Reilly is determined to help families around the world find and achieve their version of the American Dream.
Family immigration includes petitions by US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) for select family members, including spouses, children, parents, and siblings. A US Citizen or LPR family member can file a family petition for these individuals, who could then be eligible to apply for residency themselves.
Certain individuals may be eligible to apply for a visa or for residency as a result of being victims of certain crimes or persecution. This includes victims of qualifying violent crimes (U Visas), human trafficking (T Visas), domestic violence (VAWA), or persecution as a result of their race, religion, national origin, or membership in a particular social group (Asylum).
Non-citizens who have been charged with immigration violations may be required to appear in front of an Immigration Judge. Any applications for relief will need to be submitted to and reviewed by the Judge. The Judge will make a determination as to whether or not that non-citizen should be permitted to remain in the United States, or if they should be ordered removed.