Adam Walsh Act

The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 was signed into law on July 27, 2006 in order to protect children from sexual abuse and its impact is already being felt across the country by state and local prosecutors.

While this act established the national sex offender registry, it also modified the immigration law by prohibiting sex offenders from sponsoring family-based immigration. This means that if the USCIS wrongfully views you as a sex offender, you will not be allowed to sponsor your family as immigrants. Moreover, as a beneficiary of a sponsor now charged as a sex offender, your status here is in jeopardy. If you are in either of these situations, you need strong and effective legal defense and should contact a San Diego immigration defense lawyer immediately.

San Diego Adam Walsh Act Problems Lawyer by Law Offices of Hasbini

Based in San Diego, Anaheim and Glendale, a San Diego Adam Walsh Act problems lawyer at Law Offices of Hasbini specializes in immigrant and non-immigrant visa processing, U.S. permanent residence, green card, working visas, H-1B’s, business and investment visas, naturalization, corporate and business immigration, political asylum, as well as deportation and removal matters.

San Diego Adam Walsh Act Problems lawyer Habib Hasbini and his associates truly understand what it takes to get our clients the legal help they deserve. By remaining open and honest with our clients, we are consistently able to provide the highest quality of care and service. We are familiar with the emotional investment clients make in the immigration process.

San Diego immigration defense lawyer Habib Hasbini and his associates combine personal experience, knowledge of the immigration system, and extensive legal experience to provide the immigration services you need.