Advice And Assistance To Immigrant Families Including Members With Special Needs
Many immigrant families with special needs children or adults courageously face extraordinary challenges, including:
- Meeting the day-to-day care needs of disabled children or adults in the family
- Navigating systems of support for children and adults with special needs, including schools, health care service providers, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies that may offer information and assistance, such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicaid and Medicare
- Understanding and complying with legal requirements for maintaining immigration statuses, whether as visitors or lawful permanent residents (LPRs or green card holders)
- Staying up to date and avoiding complications related to complex, frequently changing immigration policy developments, such as the Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds final rule of 2020, which may affect people from other countries applying for adjustment of status, renewal of visas and citizenship
What An Immigration Law Firm Can Do To Lighten The Load
U.S. immigration law offers numerous avenues in which hardship factors such as the needs of your child or dependent adult can be considered. The attorneys at Fuerza Immigration Lawyers in Oakland, California, are compassionate and determined to help immigrant families handle the balancing act of information and compliance involved in living in the U.S. with a disabled child or adult family member. We have devoted a great deal of energy to staying well-informed and being ready to guide every client who turns to us for help about these matters.
How We Can Help You
Our immigration lawyers can help you find the information you need and advise you on how to protect your immigration status. We can represent you as needed with applications (including with green card applications), hearings and appeals related to your immigration status and guide you in similar ways as you pursue SSI or other types of support.
Let’s Talk About Your Family’s Special Circumstances
We hope you will stop worrying about the details and let us direct you to exactly the information you need. We want to help you find the right solutions for your family and your special needs family member. To get the conversation started, call 510-617-0404 or inquire through our easy inquiry form.
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