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Hessel Law takes a flexible approach to customer service. Our goal is to provide individualized, trustworthy service that meets your needs and your wallet. From an initial, free telephone consult through transparent contracts based on flat fees, Hessel Law aims to provide services that are high in value while remaining affordable to those in need.
– Brent Hessel
Your Future Is Our Priority
Hessel Law offers full-service immigration solutions to individuals, families, employers, and investors, whether in obtaining permanent residence in the United States, nonimmigrant visas, or a strong defense during removal proceedings.
We are experienced with deportation defense in immigration court, immigrant and nonimmigrant consular processing and waivers, and applications and petitions before USCIS.
Whether you need a solution to a specific problem or general guidance and an understanding of the options available to you, I can provide you with the answers you need.
Please click on the following links to learn more about the specific areas of immigration law that pertain to you:
Official Immigration Lawyer for the Mexican Consulate
Immigration Practice Areas
We believe in bringing compassion together with the knowledge gained from years of immigration experience to help you to understand what we can do to help safely meet your needs.
One of the major goals at Hessel Law is to do everything possible to keep your family together. I believe that families have a fundamental right to be together and to do everything in their power to provide the best opportunities to their children.
I will carefully walk you and your family through the complex immigration procedures open to you. I will explain your options and answer your questions in order to help guide you to the best solution for you and your family, whether it is obtaining permanent residence through either USCIS, immigration court, or U.S. Consulates, or seeking short-term solutions to immediate medical or financial concerns. I will help you to understand what protections are available to you and the relative strength of the different options available.
I have successfully guided individuals and families past the obstacles presented by illegal presence in the US., criminal histories, previous removals, divorce, abuse, and death. If there is a way to get you what you want, I know that I can find it.
Criminal charges play an enormous role in immigration law. It is absolutely essential that you understand the potential legal consequences of criminal charges AND plea bargains. Oftentimes, what is a good choice before a criminal court IS NOT a good choice for your immigrant status. Immigration law has a very different view of what constitutes a conviction, so your probation may still put you at risk of being deported or denied entry to the U.S. However, there may be hope – if you have current criminal charges pending, I can represent you before the criminal court to make sure that ALL of your interests are served. Or I can consult with you and your criminal attorney to assist in ensuring the same result. If you have a criminal history, you may be able to reopen the prior cases and have the results changed – expungement will NOT protect you from suffering negative immigration consequences as a result of criminal convictions; sometimes fighting for post-conviction relief is your best choice. Other times, you may be able to have the immigration consequences waived, whether before USCIS, the Immigration Court, or U.S. Consulates. Whatever the options available to you, I will make sure you are not only given every chance to achieve and meet your needs, but that you understand why this is happening and why certain choices may be impossible or inadvisable.
Asylum / U Visas
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Business immigration is a complex process, especially in the current economic climate. It will depend on a number of factors, including the type and size of the business, the education and experience of the prospective employee, or the extent of the investment being considered.
I can offer you a range of services based upon your individual and corporate capacities – whether it requires the creation of business plans, job descriptions, and corporate minutes, or is more limited representation before the relevant government agencies. Labor certifications and …
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From Our Clients
We stand by our clients and secure them with the best legal counsel we can create.
“Brent, your help with all of this is well worth much more than what you have charged us and we are thankful for your generosity. . . you really have gone way beyond what you have been paid to do. I know what you do is time consuming and your time is valuable and you have been super generous to all of us.”
“It is so great having her home! Thanks for all you did to help us! God is good!”
“Trust is not an easy thing to me so when I trust someone, you know you have done the best by me. After our first meeting, I felt that you gave it to us straight and we could believe what you were telling us. I guess I just wanted you to know that you are helping me control my destiny and the destiny of my family. “
“I was very reassured by your bright ideas and input. I felt like you created some much needed imagination. You are intuitive.”
Monday, September 22nd, 2014 Today my client was awarded permanent residence by an Immigration Judge after more than two years of battling after he was turned down by several other attorneys who believed he could not be helped. Through a combination of creative...
Friday, August 28th, 2015 Only four weeks passed from the time we began collecting evidence and putting together our application to the receipt of USCIS approval of a last-minute U.S. performance tour. The band will be making it to their first show with time to...
Thursday, October 1st, 2015 USCIS denied my client's marriage petition and accused him of lying about his marriage. He came to me and we fought the denial - the Board of Immigration Appeals agreed with me and has forced USCIS to consider his petition again! The battle...