Juan V. Cervantes

Juan V. Cervantes

Cervantes & Cervantes, PLC
  • Immigration Law, Business Law
  • Virginia
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  • Immigration Law
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Virginia
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  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
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Cervantes & Cervantes, PLC
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Liberty University School of Law
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Liberty University
B.S. (2012) | Economics
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Virginia State Bar # 89065
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Legal Answers
20 Questions Answered

Q. Abandoned teenager, came on a tourist visa. Dad never came back for her. Mom was killed. What option do I have
A: This sounds like a very sad situation. It sounds like she may eligible for SIJS. Please seek legal assistance immediately as SIJS is a cumbersome process with multiple steps.
Q. Can i get married and stop deportation
A: There are ways to stop removal proceedings. However, if you are serious about your girlfriend or spouse, you should seek legal assistance to ensure she is not ordered removed. My email: juan@cervanteslawyer.com Good luck
Q. MyHusband faces deportation need assistance to stop the proceedings.
A: Give us a call or email: juan@cervanteslawyer.com or (540) 684-6621
Q. I am a US citizen, what can I do for the mother of my kids whos not legal?
A: It depends on how/ when she entered into the US, if she has any previous applications, and some other issues. To set up an over the phone consultation, call my office ((540) 684-6621 between 9 and Monday -Friday. Also, depending on the severity of the assault, she may qualify for a U-visa.
Q. Hi. I would like to know how are the laws about marrying an undocumented immigrant in Pennsylvania.
A: If I am not mistaken, you are asking is if a person marries a USC, successfully passes the interview, and obtains a green card, can they still be deported? The answer is yes. While that person is not a USC, they are still deportable. Although they are deportable for any number of enumerated reasons, typically, this is fraud or crime related.
Q. Could wife refile for DACA or how can she be permitted to work since she’s married to a US citizen
A: Because you failed to file for a 1 step adjustment when she was 19, your wife has now accumulated unlawful presence. I would suggest you contact an immigration attorney at your earliest opportunity. My office number is (540) 684-6621.
Q. Should I refile for my wife’s DACA I let it expire since we got married and I filed for her i130
A: There are a lot of questions that need to be answered before an attorney can give you adequate advice. For example: 1. How old is your spouse? Depending on her current age and the age she was when she obtained DACA, she may not have amassed any unlawful presence. 2. How did she enter the United States? 3. What status do her parents hold and when did they acquire that status? 4. Did someone file for your spouse prior to April of 2001? As you now know, the filing of an I-130 alone does not confer any lawful status. Immigration is a serious issue. So, it is always a good idea to seek a competent immigration attorney to answer these questions and direct you in the right direction.
Q. I've been a permanent recident now since 1992, I'm now concedering on getting citizenship here in the U.S, I'm also
A: More details need to be know about your case before you can receive adequate advice moving forward. For example: (1) what is her current status? (2) How did she enter the country? (3) Has she had someone previously petition for her or did she self petition under claws? You really need to consult an attorney. Our firm has represented people throughout the country. Contact us and we can ensure that you and your fiancé receive the benefits you're entitled. www.cervanteslawyer.com or (540)684-66621
Q. How does ICE target illegal immigrants that do not have records? How do they find them?
A: First, you would need to define "record." I sit across a conference table every week where people tell me "my record is clean." Invariably, they were found guilty of every kind of offense. To some, having a clean record means every criminal issue has been resolved. To other, having a clean record means they've never been found guilty of a serious offense. Second, if there is in fact no criminal record, there is an ICE hotline where people can report anonymously.
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Primary Office Location
4520 Plank Rd., Suite 102
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
USA
Telephone: (540) 684-6621
Cell: (540) 684-6620
Fax: (540) 227-0905
33 McWhirt Loop
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
USA
Telephone: (540) 684-6621
Cell: (540) 684-6621
Fax: (540) 227-0905