Our Firm


At Stephanie Alcala Law Offices, APC. we are a full service immigration and family law firm. We represent individuals in many different areas of immigration law. We can assess each case and determine all viable options available in representing our clients in any and all of their immigration and family law needs. For details on the different processes please browse through the various links.

Please note, though these links provide a brief description of the law, it does not constitute legal advice. For advice on a particular case, please contact our office and we will be more than happy to schedule a consultation.

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ASYLUM

For some non-U.S. citizen individuals, asylum law can be the last or best hope to obtain a safe haven from persecution.Learn More »
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CITIZENSHIP

U.S. citizens have the right to vote in elections, serve on juries, hold public office, and have the right to apply for certain federal and state government jobs.Learn More »
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DEPORTATION DEFENSE

Removal proceedings refers to a process during which the U.S. government seeks to deport a foreign national.  The process begins with the filing of a Notice to Appear (NTA) with the immigration court.Learn More »
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EMPLOYMENT & INVESTMENTS

Immigration through employment and investment requires meeting varied detailed legal requirements and procedures.Learn More »
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FAMILY PETITIONS

Among one of the most common ways of obtaining lawful permanent residence is through a family-based petition (Form I-130).Learn More »
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SO YOUR RELATIVE’S DETAINED

If your relative has been detained by immigration authorities, it can be difficult to determine exactly where he or she is being held.Learn More »
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TPS

Countries that have an ongoing armed conflict, an environmental disaster, an endemic or other extraordinary or temporary condition may be designated for Temporary Protected Status (TPS).Learn More »
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T-VISA

“T” Nonimmigrant Status, commonly referred to as the “T” Visa, is a form of relief available to victims of trafficking.Learn More »
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U-VISA

“U” nonimmigrant status is a form of relief available to victims of certain crimes and the victim’s derivative family members.Learn More »
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VAWA

VAWA is a form of relief created by Congress to assist those who have been victims of abuse at the hands of U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family members.Learn More »