Everyone has rights, including you
As a non-citizen, the law affects you differently but it should always treat you equally. When facing legal issues you need an attorney who is fearless in assisting you. The attorneys at Sharma-Crawford have gained a national reputation for taking on battles that many shy away from. We keep going when others give up. Holding the government accountable is what we do. Protecting your rights is what it is about. Being fearless is who we are.
Dedicados a ayudar con todos sus necesidades legales
Como un no-ciudadano, la ley le afecta diferente pero siempre se le debe tratar por igual. Cuando este enfrentando asuntos legales y necesite un abogado sin miedo en asistirlo. Los abogados Sharma-Crawford han ganado una reputación nacional por tomar las batallas a cual muchos les huyen. Seguimos adelante cuando otros se rinden. Hacer que el gobierno se aga responsable es lo que hacemos. Proteger sus derechos es de lo qué se trata. No tener miedo es quien somos.
- Updates to the Schreiber Family Case October 30, 2018 This petition was started to help the Schreibers. As of this date, the Schreibers still need almost 2,000 more signatures to reach the 50,000 goal. If you have not yet signed the petition, please click here to sign. Thank you Angie Ricono at KCTV5 for putting together this story of the situation the Schreiber ...
- A Six-Tour American Military Veteran One Step Closer to Being Forced to Leave the U.S. Choosing Daughter over Country Kansas City, MO (October 11, 2018) – U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Patrick Schreiber and his family are dealing with another blow in their battle to navigate the misalignment of U.S. adoption and immigration laws. Hyebin traveled from Korea at the age of 15 to live with her uncle and aunt Lt. Col. Schreiber and his ...
- Lawrence, KS Chemistry Professor, Syed Jamal, Wins Remand from the Board of Immigration Appeals Kansas City, MO (August 14, 2018) – The Board of Immigration Appeals has agreed with a Lawrence, Kansas Chemistry Professor that he should be given an opportunity to present his deportation case to an Immigration Judge. In its decision, dated Aug. 9, 2018 and received late yesterday, the Board found that “reopening is warranted”. The ...
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Read the 2019 ‘Celebrate America’ Fifth Grade...
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The Changing Face of Undocumented Immigration
June 21, 2019
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