Humanitarian Visas

Lending our experience and compassion

In the shadows of towering skyscrapers and bustling city streets, amidst the complexities of legal jargon and bureaucratic labyrinths, lies a beacon of hope for the vulnerable and the displaced. This is the story of Lal Legal, a law firm where legal expertise meets unwavering compassion, forging a shield for those seeking refuge and a chance at a new beginning.

At Lal Legal, we wield our knowledge humanitarian immigration laws with the finesse of seasoned champions, navigating the intricate legal landscape with unwavering determination.

For the survivors of serious crimes, the U visa beckons. Lal Legal meticulously gathers evidence, crafting compelling narratives that illuminate the depths of suffering endured. 

For those ensnared in the clutches of human trafficking, the T visa offers a fragile lifeline. With unwavering empathy and meticulous attention to detail, Lal Legal builds bridges of escape, meticulously piecing together fragments of shattered lives to secure the legal protections and path to healing that their clients desperately need.

For asylum seekers, if you find yourself adrift in a sea of despair, if the shadows of persecution loom large, or if the scars of past horrors threaten to engulf you, remember, there is a light in the storm. Seek out Lal Legal, and let Attorney Lal be your compass, your guide, your unwavering shield as you navigate the treacherous waters towards a brighter shore.

But Lal Legal is more than just legal prowess. It’s a sanctuary, a safe haven where shattered spirits find solace and broken wings are mended. We offer comprehensive support, connecting clients with social services, medical care, and mental health resources, ensuring that their physical and emotional well-being are nurtured alongside their legal battles.

In the end, Lal Legal is not just about legal victories and courtroom triumphs. It’s about the quiet moments of human connection, the whispered words of hope that rekindle lives extinguished by fear. It’s about the light that pierces through the darkness, illuminating a path towards a future where safety, dignity, and a chance to rebuild become more than just distant dreams.

I got screwed over by my past employer and was a victim of H1B visa fraud. As the result, I spiraled from a non-immigrant visa to undocumented in a blink of an eye. I went to so many clinics and asked so many lawyers, but no one seemed to be able to help. Luckily, I happened to meet Prerna for consultation by chance. Her knowledge of immigration law is significantly superb compared to others. She reached out and solved my problems when no one else could. I am forever grateful.
Humanitarian Visas


Biden Announces Two Executive Actions On Immigration To Begin Later This Summer

Today, the Biden Administration teased two new proposals to address the real challenges of our legal immigration system. First, in the coming weeks, the Department of Homeland Security will establish a parole-in-place (PIP) process for certain spouses and children of U.S. citizens, who would be eligible to adjust their status but for an unlawful entry. Second, the Biden Administration will make it easier for some DACA recipients to access the employment visa process.


Biden to Announce Executive Action Protecting Undocumented Immigrant Spouses of U.S. Citizens

The Biden Administration is making a concerted effort to court immigration advocates prior to elections in November, following a period where some of his immigration policies resembled those of former President Trump. Apparently, the current President is gearing up to announce a significant executive action aimed at shielding certain undocumented immigrants from removal. This announcement could come as early as next week, and comes on the heels of the Biden Administration’s continued assault on asylum seekers.


House GOP Suffers Setback as Impeachment of Mayorkas Fails

In a dramatic turn of events, the House of Representatives on Tuesday failed to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, falling short by a single vote in a major blow to House Republicans. The articles of impeachment, centered on accusations of mismanagement of the US-Mexico border, were ultimately defeated 214-216, with four Republicans joining all Democrats in opposition.


USCIS Fee Increases Take Effect April 1, 2024

Get ready for a change in the immigration landscape! On April 1, 2024, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will implement significant fee increases for a variety of immigration and naturalization benefits. This change, announced in January 2024, aims to help USCIS recover its operating costs more fully and support timely processing of new applications.


Broken Promises at the Border: How Biden Is Abandoning Migrants

When President Biden ran for office, he promised a break from the cruel and restrictive immigration policies of his predecessor, Donald Trump. Yet, three years into his term and with re-election looming, a stark reality has set in: the dream of a humane and just immigration system seems to be fading faster than a desert mirage. Recent developments paint a disturbing picture of an administration seemingly backpedaling on its once-bold commitments, leaving countless migrants stranded in a morass of broken promises and unfulfilled hopes. Humanitarian changes to our immigration system continue to languish, with no hope of passage.


How Does A Government Shutdown Impact Your Immigration Case?

Overall, a government shutdown can have a significant impact on immigration, both for individuals and businesses. It is important to be aware of the potential consequences of a shutdown and to plan accordingly. If you are concerned about how a government shutdown may affect your individual immigration case, you should contact an immigration attorney for advice.


USCIS Updates CSPA Policy Protecting More Children From Aging Out

Under this new guidance, USCIS will now use the Dates for Filing chart to calculate an applicant’s age for CSPA purposes, which will provide applicants for adjustment of status more certainty about their eligibility to adjust status. If these derivative children are eligible to adjust status because of the change in policy and they have filed for adjustment of status, they will also be eligible to apply for employment and travel authorization based on their pending adjustment of status application.


USCIS Issues New Asylee Adjustment Filing Rules

Effective immediately, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has updated guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to clarify that both asylees and refugees must have been physically present in the United States for one year when the agency adjudicates their Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, rather than at the time they file their adjustment of status application.