An experienced and compassionate attorney helping you achieve your immigration dreams

Need A Visa? I Can Help.

At the Law Office of Amie D. Miller in San Francisco, people across the globe obtain skilled legal assistance with all matters involving immigration, citizenship, naturalization and visas. Since 1999, I have focused my career as a lawyer to helping immigrants live the American dream.

I am certified by The State Bar of California as a Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law, and I will guide you through the visa and deferred action processes allowed by U.S. laws.

Helping Individuals And Family Members Obtain U.S. Visas

Special visas are available to certain types of qualifying individuals so they can enter and stay in America. Such visas may be available to:

  • Professional and amateur athletes, coaches, athletic professionals, trainers and teams
  • Musicians, dancers, actors and other entertainers
  • Painters, photographers and other types of artists
  • Authors and poets

Protecting Victims of Crime in the United States

Victims of crimes in the U.S. or in their home countries may also be granted visas through the U visa process. Those who suffered injuries from criminal acts and who can help law enforcement agents with investigations may qualify for these protective visas.

USCIS Is Now Accepting DACA Renewal Applications

On January 13, 2018, in compliance with a district court ruling directing the government to maintain the DACA program, USCIS is accepting DACA renewal applications under certain circumstances:

Applicants who currently have DACA, or whose DACA status expired on or after September 5, 2016, can apply to renew DACA status.

Applicants whose DACA status expired before September 5, 2016, or whose DACA status was terminated, may file a new DACA application (not a renewal).

Applicants who never had DACA cannot apply.

Warning about travel on advance parole:

DACA status holders who have advance parole should NOT travel on it, as CBP will likely not permit re-entry to the U.S. New advance parole applications based on DACA status will not be granted.

This renewal opportunity may end at any time if another court overturns the ruling.

The government has appealed the district court’s ruling to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and to the Supreme Court. If either court overturns the ruling, the opportunity to renew will close. Eligible applicants should renew as quickly as possible!

Don’t Wait ~ Call An Immigration Attorney Today

Don’t wait until it is too late to take legal action. Call me at 415-362-8602 or email me confidentially. I offer international video conferencing options for clients who live elsewhere.