Committed To Helping Immigrants and Their Families Navigate U.S. Immigration Law
With over 16 years experience in Immigration Practice and over 37 years as a attorney, Ken Mayeaux founded Mayeaux & Associates L.C. in 2014 with One Mission -- to help you and your family build new lives here in the United States, which begins with your journey through the U.S. Immigration System. Our immigration attorneys have extensive experience offering solutions to the complex immigration challenges faced by individuals and families. Our commitment to our clients has helped us earn a valued reputation for always putting our clients first and for having the knowledge and skill to be able to truly help those in need.
We utilize our experience and skill to assist with:
- Family Immigration — Reuniting families is one of our core missions at Mayeaux & Associates L.C.. We are proud to help them navigate the immigration system effectively so they can bring their spouses, children and other loved ones to join them in the United States. Whether that requires adjustment of status, consular processing, VAWA, DACA or some other aspect of the family immigration process, we are prepared to help.
- Deportation & Removal Defense — Deportation creates incredible difficulties not just for the person detained, but often for his or her loved ones here in the United States as well. We can help secure bond hearings in a reasonable time frame and fight for reasonable bond levels to help people get back to their lives while we fight their deportation. and we can assist with all deportation defenses including asylum, convention against torture and cancellation of removal.
- Victim Visas — For those who have been subjected to domestic violence or other types of violence, there are ways to navigate the immigration process. U visas and visas available under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) can help the victims of violence find safety and security here in the United States.
- Special Immigrant Juvenile Status — We help immigrant juveniles, who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected by one or both of their biological parents to apply for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, and later, their permanent residency, i.e., Green Card.
- Military Parole — Members of the United States armed services, even part-time National Guard members, have special privileges to petition for a lawful admission for their spouses and parents. This can be an important key to opening legal doors to immigration for spouses and parents of our military service members.
- Naturalization and Citizenship — We help Immigrants achieve the final step in their immigration journey by becoming citizens of the United States. This opens the door to full participation in the United States political system as well as the right to petition for parents outside of the United States.
Immigration Lawyers In Baton Rouge and Kenner, Louisiana
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