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Every year, millions of people immigrate to the United States in search of a better life. While America does offer great opportunities and protections, they are often only available if you have the proper legal documents.

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At Cooper Law Firm, located in Silver Spring, Maryland, we help immigrants from around the world get work and family visas, stop deportation and fulfill their lifelong dreams of becoming U.S. citizens. Together, we will help you build a better life for your family.

We Are on Your Side

Many people are afraid to contact a lawyer — even an immigration lawyer — for help. They worry any contact with the legal system will expose their illegal status and cause them to be deported. You don't have to worry. This will not happen.

Your entire meeting with our attorneys is confidential. We are here to help you stay in the country. We will do everything in our power to get you the visas you need to stay in the U.S. and work legally. We will also help you begin the path to citizenship — for you or your children.

In addition to assisting with visas and citizenship, we also defend clients against deportation, helping to keep our clients and their families in the U.S.

We Know What You Are Going Through

At Cooper Law Firm, we know what you are going through. Many of our staff were once in your place — immigrants working hard to build a new life in America. They have been through the process of getting visas and applying for citizenship. You can benefit from their firsthand knowledge and our legal expertise. Spanish language services are available. Se habla español.

We Do Everything in Our Power to Keep You in the Country

Sometimes, immigration officers and judges do not rule the way we want them to. If your request for visa or citizenship was denied, or your request for asylum or other relief from deportation was denied, you can appeal. We can help.

Our lawyers will guide you through the appeals process. From the initial appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) up to the United States Court of Appeals, if necessary. We will not stop until we have exhausted every legal opportunity to keep you in the U.S.

Contact Us for Help

If you are here illegally and need help getting a visa or are at risk of deportation, or if you need help bringing your family to the U.S. contact our firm. Call us at 301-637-8083 or 866-405-0124 for a consultation.