Christian Lawyer for Immigration Matters

Serving the Christian Community

At the Mathur Law Offices, P.C., our legal team is a diverse group, including a Christian lawyer to serve those who want to know that they are represented by a lawyer that has the same moral and religious beliefs. This can be an important matter to many people, and we hope to be of service to the Christian community in Dallas in immigration matters of all types. Our firm has a long history of solving difficult immigration legal matters successfully, and continues to be recognized as one of the Dallas area's top immigration law firms. Our founding attorney, Mr. Sanjay Mathur, is certified by the Texas Board of Specialization in Immigration and Nationality Law. As an immigrant to the U.S. himself, he knows the struggles and challenges immigrants to the country face, and he offers his clients services in several languages, including Spanish, Urdu, Hindi, Vietnamese, and English.

Christian Lawyer for Immigration in Dallas

You can get the help you need from a Christian lawyer, whether your legal problem involves renewing or getting a green card, family visas, employment-based visas, or is a more serious legal problem involving detention and deportation. We act fast, and we are very familiar with taking action to halt the authorities when there is a pending deportation. It requires a great deal of skill and knowledge of immigration law and the various actions that could be taken to help a family stay together in the U.S., no matter how difficult the situations could appear. The legal team at the firm stays fully up-to-date on all current changes in immigration law, including deferred action, recent court decisions, and pending changes that could impact you and your family or business.

Employment-Based Visas for Christians

There are many people who want to live and work in the U.S. and need to get documentation so that they are not in fear of deportation or of the authorities. If you have the need of any type of employment-based visa, our Christian lawyer can help you with the process, including Labor Certification, E1 - Treaty Trader, E2 - Treaty Investor, EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa, H1 - Temporary Worker - Specialty Occupation, H2a - Temporary Worker - Agricultural Work, H2b - Temporary Worker - Seasonal or Peak Load Work and L - Intra-Transfer Manager or Executive or other.

We have a great depth of understanding of how to manage these issues successfully and gain our clients the documentation they need, and are able to expedite the process as is frequently necessary. Many workers come to the U.S. for seasonal work, or for highly skilled professional work. How each case is managed is extremely important if you must have a successful outcome. We assist in all such matters and are extremely knowledgeable in all of these crucial legal matters.

Family-Based Visas

Our Christian attorney is very concerned about helping your family stay together if there is any problem with immigration. Not only can we take action if there is any possibility that your loved one could be deported, we serve families with all types of family-based visas, including Family-based visas such as a Fiancée Visa K-1, an Immediate Relative Visa, K-3 Married Spousal Relationship or others. The immigration authorities allow for certain relatives to live and work in the U.S., and we can explain exactly what should be done in any immigration matter involving your family.

  • I am profoundly thankful to Mathur Law Offices for helping me with my immigration work. Mr. Mathur is truly an expert at any immigration matter. I admire the ease with which he handled my difficult immigration case.

Mathur Law Offices, P.C. - Dallas Immigration Attorney
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2989 N. Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, TX 75247. View Map

Phone: (888) 867-5191 | Local Phone: (214) 378-8880
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