Welcome to Perretta Law Office, experienced in all types of U.S. Immigration Law and representing individuals in all 50 states and abroad.
Immigration Law is extremely complex and an area of law where having a trustworthy, honest attorney will significantly impact your case. Competent legal representation can make the difference between staying in the U.S. and being forced to leave.
If you are seeking to immigrate to the U.S. or are already living in the U.S. and would like more information on immigration options for yourself, your relatives or employees, please contact one of our experienced attorneys for a consultation.
If you are a refugee, permanent resident, or citizen of the U.S. you can file immigrant petitions for your family members which can include your minor or adult children, parents, siblings and spouse.
We have many years of experience handling consular processing for family members that are abroad, even those who need waivers for prior deportation orders or unlawful presence.
If you are a permanent resident of the U.S., we can advise you of your eligibility to naturalize. Many factors can cause a denial of naturalization and a permanent resident can even be placed in deportation proceedings for crimes and other grounds. Make sure you are eligible before you apply.
Our attorneys have been representing clients in removal (deportation) proceedings for over fifteen years. We are experienced in asylum (refugee) applications and have represented individuals from Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Former Soviet Union, South America and Europe. We provide trainings to other immigration attorneys in this area and in conjunction with the immigration court’s pro bono initiative.
We also represent individuals who are in removal proceedings because of criminal convictions and work on post conviction relief in Utah.
Our attorneys are experienced in Immigration Appeals at the Board of Immigration Appeals and the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals. We also litigate immigration cases in federal court.
Our attorneys handle U visas for victims of certain crimes, victims of domestic violence under VAWA, Temporary Protected Status, NACARA and employment based immigration.