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Free Immigration Forum in Savannah: October 4th

  • Abogada Viviana Quijano. www.quijano-law.com

 
 

     Did you know that... if you have an American partner, parents or siblings, you may be able to adjust your status and live legally in this country? If you are in the process of deportation and have lived in the US for 10 years or more, you have good moral character and a relative of a U.S. citizen, you may apply for a cancellation of deportation and receive a Green Card? If you have been the victim of a crime such as domestic violence, theft, rape, and other crimes; If  you have been hurt physically or mentally and notified the authorities then you could qualify for a U-Visa?
     If you want to know how to live legally in this country, the Hispanic Congregation of the Sanctuary Church (The Sanctuary of Savannah) invites you on Sunday, October 4 at 5:00 pm to attend an Immigration Forum, led by Atlanta attorney, Viviana A. Quijano,  in the Sanctuary, located at 8912 Whitefield Avenue, Savannah, GA 31406.
     The Forum is absolutely free and is open to the public. Attorney Quijano will also respond to any questions you have regarding your immigration case.
     Viviana À. Quijano was born in Bogota, Colombia, and attended the school of law at the University
Santo Tomas, after graduation she worked as Junior Prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney-General. After acquiring her juridical practice, she decided to move to the United States and, after learning and mastering the English language, attended law school at  the University of Alabama. During her time as a student, she worked for different law firms and gained experience which allowed her to focus on immigration law once she graduated.
     Quijano & Associates focuses exclusively on representing clients of different nations in the area of immigration. She and her team of paralegals and administrative assistants are in constant contact with their clients  to inform them about the status of their case and assist them and
support them throughout the maze of immigration law.
     For more information, please contact Pastor Jim Lewis at 912-655-5118 or jimalewis@gmail.com

 

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Thursday, September 3, 2015