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Law Offices of RL Johnson PLLC            

 

(800) 597-0284

39111 Six Mile Road

Livonia, MI 4815

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HIGH-QUALITY REPRESENTATION

Deportation & Removal Proceedings

 

  • Cancellation of Removal

  • Asylum

  • Adjustment of Status

  • Administrative and Judicial Relief

  • Stay of Removal

  • Administrative Appeal

  • Judicial Review

     We care about each case and client and are dedicated to excellence in the practice of immigration law.  We want our clients to obtain the immigration benefits that they deserve, and we are committed to working with our clients to achieve their goals.


     We assist our clients with the following family and employment-based immigration challenges:

Immigration Services

Family-Based Visas

  • Fiancé(e)́ Visas (K Visa)

  • Family Visa (F Visa)

  • Violence Against Women Act  (“VAWA”) (I.N.A. § 204(a))

  • Victims of Criminal Activity      (U Visa)

Employment-Based Visas



  • Investor Visas  (EB-5)

  • Temporary workers  (H Visas)

  • Labor Certification & PERM

  • Religious workers (R Visa)

  • NAFTA professional workers: Mexico, Canada (TN/TD Visa)

  • Performing athletes, artists, entertainers (P Visa)

  • Physician (J, H-1B Visa)​​​​

 

Victory in Alien Smuggling Case

 

 

 

     ​On January 2, 2009, a 67-year-old Jamaican native (“Jane”)* a Jamaican native, citizen of Canada, and lawful permanent resident of the United States attempted to cross the US/Canada border at the Detroit Ambassador Bridge with two undocumented Canadian nationals (“Paul” and “Sally”).  The border patrol seized Jane, and after a lengthy interrogation, charged her with alien smuggling. Specifically, the government alleged that on August 13, 2010, Jane “knowingly encouraged, induced, assisted, abetted, or aided Paul and Sally enter or try to enter the United States in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (“INA”) Sec. 212. [8 U.S.C. 1182](a)(6)(E).  In June of 2011, the court commenced removal proceedings against Jane after she admitted to the first four claims that were filed against her. 

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