WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU
We will help you bring your family or your fiancee to the United States. If you or your family are already in the United States, we might be able to help you obtain a green card for you and/or your family members. We will assist and guide you through the process of becoming a United States citizen. We will defend you in Immigration Court. Our services are available for all the immigrants who live in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. If you have been a victim of a serious crime, a victim of trafficking, or if you have been victimized by your U.S citizen spouse, adult child, or parent, we will be able to help you as well. We will also help you apply for or renew your work permit and obtain your driver's license. Contact us today and we will tell you what else we can do for you!
REPRESENTATION IN IMMIGRATION COURT
Bond, Asylum, Cancellation of Removal for Residents and Non-Residents
Appearing in Immigration Court can be a frightening experience for many immigrants. We will guide you through the process, we will explain to you everything you must know, and we will fight hard to win your case! We represent immigrants in Immigration Court in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Elizabeth and Newark, New Jersey, where we have a proven record of success.
VISAS FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Immigrant Visas, Fiancee Visas, Tourist Visas
Do you want to bring your wife, husband or children to the United States? Do you need a visa for your fiancee? Do you or your family members need a tourist visa? We are here to help you! We provide professional services for all your visa needs so you can be reunited with the ones you love.
LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS AND CITIZENSHIP
Living, Working and Enjoying Life in the United States without Worries
If your dream is to become a resident or a citizen, we are the ones who will help you achieve this dream! We provide full services for our clients, from the initial intake to the preparation for the interview, and assistance in the interview. All your needs will be met promptly and efficiently.
VISAS FOR VICTIMS OF ABUSE, NEGLECT, VIOLENCE AND TRAFFICKING
The Victims of Crimes, Abuse, Trafficking and Abandonment Might Qualify For Visas
Have you or someone in your family been a victim of a crime during your stay in the United States and have reported the crime to the Police? Have you been abused by your U.S. citizen spouse, son or daughter? Are you a minor who has been abused or abandoned by one or both of your parents in your country of origin? Are you a victim of trafficking? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible for a visa. Contact us so we can discuss your case and see if we can help you!
Adriana Mitchell, Esquire
An Immigrant Helping Other Immigrants
I came to the United States from Romania as an adult, after a successful career as a journalist in my native country. Being an immigrant myself, I resonate with the struggles of my clients. Similar to them, I've been working hard every day to succeed and to show everyone that we, the people born outside this country, bring real value to this society. I am a proud alumni of Temple University and of Rutgers Law School. I went to law school with the goal of helping immigrants fulfill their American Dream while at the same time fulfilling mine.
I provide representation in Immigration Court, at the Immigration offices in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland, and at the Asylum Office in New Jersey. I also represent immigrants during bond proceedings in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
I live in the most diverse and vibrant area of South Philadelphia with my husband Iain (who immigrated from Great Britain when he was one-year old), and our three pets.