Herhusky Law Office, PLLC

Full-Scale Immigration Law Services in North Carolina

The laws, rules, and regulations surrounding U.S. citizenship and permanent residency are complex and constantly changing. Many who attempt to file immigration forms with USCIS on their own can face rejection and denials for a wide variety of reasons. Rejections can result in a waste of time for filings that may be time sensitive, denials result in a waste of filing fees paid to USCIS.

Common errors include omissions, failure to include the correct filing fee with one’s application package, or failure to submit required supporting documentation with one’s petition. More serious mistakes include filing incorrect or unnecessary forms.

Having an experienced immigration attorney on your side can streamline the process and provide you with peace of mind. Herhusky Law Office, PLLC provides full-scale immigration law services throughout Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Raleigh, and Durham. Herhusky Law Office provides convenient, accessible service to locals as well as out of states residents who need representation with their immigration cases.

As an immigrant herself, attorney Karina Garcia Herhusky has firsthand knowledge of many of the legal challenges immigrants face while attempting to legalize (or maintain) their immigrant or non-immigrant status. And as an experienced immigration attorney, Karina and the support staff at Herhusky Law Office will strongly advocate for clients facing a broad range of immigration issues, always fighting for the best possible outcome while maintaining open, responsive, and compassionate communication.

Our clients include immigrants who are facing criminal charges, from a minor misdemeanor or ordinance violation to something more serious. For many immigrants, something as seemingly small as a traffic infraction has the potential to lead to a criminal conviction. Depending on the severity of the crime, a criminal conviction may affect someone’s ability to obtain citizenship or maintain their current immigrant or nonimmigrant status, and in some cases can even lead to deportation.

It’s important to have an immigration attorney who is experienced in criminal law—someone who understands the local rules and the local criminal system and who can advocate for a result that will help the immigrant maintain his or her current immigration status. At Herhusky Law Office, we can also work to make sure a conviction will not affect an immigrant’s ability to seek immigration benefits in the future.

We also represent individuals and families who are seeking an adjustment of their immigration status, naturalization or citizenship, or removal of a condition on their residence, or permanent residency in the U.S. Learn more about the immigration law services we offer.