With over 20 years of immigration law experience, we have worked with a broad range of clients, both individuals and institutions, on virtually every type of immigration and naturalization issue. We have developed a strong track record of success, innovation, and user-friendly service. We provide counsel for the following immigration law cases:
WHO WE CAN HELP
At the law firm of Golden & Jernigan P.C., we help individuals, families, businesses, universities, and other organizations throughout Michigan meet their immigration law needs.
HOW WE CAN HELP
No matter your Immigration Issue, Golden & Jernigan Law Firm can help! See our full list of immigration services.
There are many other circumstances which may allow a person in removal proceedings to get help to prevent deportation.
CITIZENSHIP & NATURALIZATION
At Golden & Jernigan P.C., we have been helping legal residents achieve their goal of U.S. citizenship for over 20 years. As you know, achieving U.S. citizenship is a lengthy, but fulfilling process. From determining eligibility to the application process, be assured that you are in the hands of experienced immigration lawyers, knowledgeable of the citizenship and naturalization process.
For a foreign national to work and reside in the United States permanently, he or she must obtain a green card. At Golden & Jernigan P.C., our immigration lawyers are experienced in the green card process. From preparing the application to providing supporting documentation, our green card attorneys will work with you to properly complete and file your application.
Our immigration lawyers are experts at obtaining Temporary, Student, and Work Visas for international guests visiting the United States.
I130 FAMILY-BASED PETITIONS
We can assist U.S. citizens to petition for their spouse, their minor children, and their unmarried adult children to receive legal status by filling out an I130 form.
UNLAWFUL PRESENCE WAIVER
It’s possible for some undocumented immigrants to receive a green card even though they have entered the country without papers. Immigrants who have a spouse or parent who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident can apply for what is called a Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver (Form I-601a), which helps them to eventually receive a green card.