IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY SERVICES
Attorney Pamela Hartman practices exclusively in the area of immigration law and has worked on countless immigration matters. The Law Office of Pamela Hartman filed successful petitions for many immigrants; helped people gain asylum in the United States and has extensive experience in family and employment visas, and in filing motions to reopen and litigating immigration issues in federal court. How can we help you?
Family unity is at the core of American immigration policy. Attorney Pamela Hartman and her team are committed to keeping families together working to help families reach their dream of obtaining permission to live and work in the United States.
A refugee is a person who has fled his or her country of origin because of past persecution or a fear of future persecution for many reasons. Our office works closely with each client to persuasively tell their story and obtain affirmative asylum.
Victims of violence who are married to a U.S. citizen or green card holder may be eligible to obtain a green card without the knowledge or assistance of your spouse. Victims gain both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing. Víctimas de Violencia Domestica (VAWA)
Whether you seek a non-immigration visa or an immigrant visa, navigating employment immigration can be a confusing process. The Law Office of Pamela Hartman has extensive experience in all areas of employment immigration.
Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the most significant decisions an immigrant can make and there are several paths to U.S. citizenship. The Law Office of Pamela Hartman will help guide you through the citizenship and naturalization process.
A 2012 Executive Order defers deportation for DACA recipients who were brought here as youngsters and attended U.S. schools to obtain work permits. In 2014, executive actions broadened eligibility for deferred action; however this remains suspended (2021).
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
Doug and Jeanette Reesh
“Pamela made us feel at ease. She explained things so we were able to understand all the legal jargon. She walked us through the whole process step by step ..."