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Immigration Lawyer in Houston Leading You Through the Immigration Process

Living in the United States is a goal for many people. The immigration system was created to allow individuals from other countries to live and work in the U.S. Unfortunately, the system isn’t perfect, and pursuing an immigration case can be time-consuming and costly.

Whether you want to get a green card, need to defend yourself in immigration court, want to bring your family members to the United States, or do any other kind of immigration process, having high-quality legal counsel is the best way to navigate these difficult situations.

Aaron G. Christensen, Attorney at Law, PLLC, has helped thousands of clients remain in the United States with their friends and family members. If you are going through any kind of immigration issue, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Call 346-423-2375 today to set up your free consultation.

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How Does an Immigration Attorney Help With Immigration Cases?

No matter what kind of immigration case you are involved in, the process can be complex. Many immigration matters require extensive paperwork and long wait periods. For matters related to immigration court, heading in without an experienced immigration attorney could mean the difference between staying in the United States and being forced to leave.

As your Houston immigration law firm, we will provide immigration services to walk you through every step of your case. We can help you file paperwork, prepare for interviews, attend court, and even obtain permanent residency or citizenship. Making mistakes during the immigration process can lead to delays or even denials. Having an immigration lawyer on your side greatly increases your chances of living and working in the United States peacefully.

If you’re dealing with an immigration matter, call today to learn how Aaron G. Christensen, Attorney at Law, PLLC, can help you.

Why Choose Us?
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Free Consultations
We understand that legal representation isn’t accessible to everyone. That’s why we offer free initial consultations to ensure that we are the right fit for you. We will sit down with you to talk about your immigration issues and what you’d like to accomplish before you pay us a dime.
Immigration-Focused Work
Immigration-Focused Work
Immigration-Focused Work
Other law firms spread themselves thin, taking on any kind of legal case they can find. At our law office, we focus solely on immigration cases. That way, we can provide the most accurate legal guidance and representation to all of our clients.
Compassionate Representation
Compassionate Representation
Compassionate Representation
Attorney Aaron Christensen spent two years of his life in Mexico learning about the immigration process and its importance. He understands how essential it is for you and your family to stay together in the United States. At our firm, we always provide compassionate representation without judgment, helping you meet your goals in any way we can.
A History of Results
A History of Results
A History of Results
At our firm, we have helped thousands of clients with immigration issues, helping them bring family members to the U.S. and keeping immigrants in the United States. With countless happy clients, we are confident that we can handle even your most complex immigration issues.
Personalized Strategies
Personalized Strategies
Personalized Strategies
Because immigration issues are so personal, we never use the same legal strategy twice. Our firm doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all mentality – instead, we will get to know you and your specific situation before creating a legal strategy that’s right for you. When you work with us, you can rest assured that your case will get the undivided attention it deserves.
Immigration Court Experience
Immigration Court Experience
Immigration Court Experience
Not all immigration attorneys have courtroom experience. Attorney Aaron Christensen has represented many clients in immigration court who were facing immediate deportation. With this background, we are confident that we can help you fight deportation and removal orders so you can stay in the United States with your family.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is USCIS?

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The USCIS is a government agency that oversees all legal immigration into the United States. If you are applying for a green card, work permit, travel permit, naturalization, or other immigration benefits, it is very likely that you will submit your application to the USCIS. Because they are a branch of the government, it is essential that you follow the application process and meet all deadlines to avoid delays.

What is a Lawful Permanent Resident?

A lawful permanent resident is someone living in America who has a green card. They are a foreign national who can live and work in the United States and sponsor certain relatives to come to live in the U.S. However, a lawful permanent resident is not a United States citizen, and they do not have the same rights as a full U.S. citizen. Lawful permanent residents can apply for citizenship after five years.

What is a Conditional Permanent Resident?

A conditional permanent resident has a green card that is only valid for two years. If you are a conditional resident, your green card will have a “CR1” designation on it. If you would like to receive a permanent green card, you can file Form I-751 to remove the conditions. In most cases, a conditional green card is given to spouses who have been married for less than two years before applying for a green card.

Why Was My Green Card Application Denied?

There are several reasons why your green card application may have been denied. Mistakes on any application forms, missing documents, ineligibility, and insufficient finances can lead the USCIS to reject your application. Your green card may also be denied if you did not provide translations for non-English documents or you did not pay the fee for the green card application. Our team will help you figure out why your application was denied and how you can apply again.

Can You Work in the United States Without a Green Card?

After submitting your green card application, you may have to wait multiple months until you receive an answer. If you already have a valid work visa, you can continue working in the United States while waiting for your green card. If you do not have a work visa, you cannot work until you receive your green card. If you’d like to apply for a work permit while you are waiting for your application to process, you can file Form I-765.

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