Serving Clients Across The U.S. And Around The World

A Trusted Ally For Immigration Litigation

If you are engaged in a dispute with the U.S. government regarding immigration, it is important to have an experienced immigration trial attorney on your side. At David Hirson & Partners, LLP, our lawyers have extensive experience representing people in immigration courts in California and throughout the U.S. We can protect your rights and your future in hearings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the U.S. Department of Justice and other government bodies.

Handling All Types Of Immigration Disputes

We can represent you in any immigration law matter before a federal court, including:

  • Deportation defense: If you are under threat of deportation (removal) from the U.S. we can provide you with the strong advocacy you need to remain in the United States.
  • Expediting citizenship and green card applications: If your immigration status is being held up by unnecessary delays, we can petition the court for the removal of those delays.
  • Immigration appeals: We can analyze your trial to determine if there are grounds for appeal. If there are, we can provide you with strong representation in appellate court with the goal of overturning a previous, adverse ruling.
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If you face an immigration dispute with the government, it is important to enlist the services of an attorney who is well-versed in immigration court rules and procedures and who knows how to get results. In our nearly 40-year history, we have successfully handled immigration litigation for numerous clients.

We Represent Clients Nationwide And Around The World

Contact Us To Learn More

Call David Hirson & Partners, LLP, in Costa Mesa, California at 949-441-4003 or our Seattle, Washington, office at 206-926-3973 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our immigration attorneys today.

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