Detention and Removal Defense

Our firm has extensive representing clients in detention and defending clients facing deportation from the United States. We take pride in our ability to handle complex deportation and removal cases, including cases involving complicated criminal issues. We also handle post removal order matters.

Business Immigration

We assist clients in their pursuit to obtain both non-immigrant and immigrant business visas to work in the United States. This includes B-1 for business travelers, E-1 Treaty Trader, E-2 Treaty Investor, H-1 Professionals, H-2 Temporary Workers, H-3 Trainees, I visa for journalists, L-1 Multinational Executive, O-1 Extraordinary Ability, P visas for artists and entertainers, Q visas for cultural exchange, R-1 Religious Workers, TN visas for Canadians and Mexicans. We can also assist the numerous paths to permanent residency, such as EB-1 Extraordinary Ability, L-1 Multinational Executives Managers; EB-2 Exceptional Ability and National Interest Waivers; Labor Certification; Religious Workers; and EB-5 Investment.
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Family-Based Immigration

Our firm handle all categories of family-based immigration. In addition to representing individuals physically in the United States applying for permanent residence, we also represent individuals abroad looking to consular process at a U.S. consulate. We have extensive experience handling complex family-based cases where the applicant may have a criminal record requiring a waiver of inadmissibility. We also handle special cases involving victims of domestic violence, victims of other serious crimes, special immigrant juveniles, orphans and adopted children.


Becoming a citizen of the United States is a dream for many people around the world. It is important to approach naturalization with care. At the Law office of Peterson St. Philippe, we can help immigrants navigate the path toward citizenship from beginning to end. We handle all cases but specialize in the challenging cases involving criminal impediments to naturalization.
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