Do you have a problem in getting a U.S. Citizenship?

Do you have a problem in getting a U.S. Citizenship?

Are you interested in obtaining a green card so you can become a legal permanent resident of the U.S.?

Are you seeking to enter the United States legally for work or any other reason?

At the Lozano Law Offices, we handle the entire range of U.S. immigration legal issues.


U.S. immigration law is extremely complex, and there are many conditions that permit people who meet certain criteria to apply for a better immigration status and achieve their dreams to stay in the United States, to work legally, and become a U.S. Citizen. There are, in many cases, multiple possible procedures for seeking the same outcome.


Attorney Crispin Lozano has many years of experience and expertise with all aspects of Immigration Law.  He is highly familiar with the many facets of U.S. immigration law.  He has been specializing in Immigration & Nationality Law since 1999.


At Lozano Law Offices, your case is our priority.  We take your case as if it is our own personal case.   We understand the steps you need to take to improve your legal status in the United States and we are always available to discuss your concerns. Over the years, we have touched the lives of many people and families.

Lozano Law Offices offers the following services…

Family Based Petition

We understand your wish to reunite with your spouse and children, but it is important to get solid legal advice early in the process. Entering the United States on the wrong visa or filing an incomplete petition could result in major delays or denial of entry.

Marriage Based Petition

There are three basic options for marriage-based immigration: K-1 fiance visas K-3 spouse visas Spouse immigration visas

Citizenship and Naturalization

An individual can obtain U.S. Citizenship in one of three ways. The vast majority of American citizens obtain their U.S. citizenship by having been born in the United States. The second groups of American citizens are those people who are born abroad to at least one American citizen parent.

Child Status Protection Act “CSPA”

Protecting your children and planning for their lives in the future is extremely important to almost all parents. This can be especially true when it comes to their immigration needs and the desire to see your children become permanent U.S. residents.

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

VAWA is a very powerful piece of legislation that has been successful in protecting abused spouses and children. Moreover, VAWA has very definite provisions to protect immigrants in abusive relationships from losing their status in the United States or getting deported from the United States.

Deportation and Removal Defense

If you or a member of your family has been scheduled for a deportation or removal proceeding, your defense attorney will need to understand the most effective strategies to successfully fight removal. Receiving a Notice to Appear before Immigration Court is very serious. You could be forced to leave your home, job and children in America behind.

Waiver of Misrepresentation of Material Fact

Any person who is not a U.S. citizen and who attempts to fraudulently get a visa or other documentation to enter the United States or procure any other immigration benefit, or who willfully misrepresents a material fact in doing so, will be found ineligible for a U.S. visa and will not be able to adjust status to that of a lawful permanent resident. Anyone who entered the US with an immigrant visa as single but actually married will be sent to removal proceedings.

Why Hire Us?

Attorney Crispin Lozano can assist in filing out the, often confusing, citizenship application forms. Failure to properly complete the application form could result in immigration officials believing that you misrepresented or lied to them. However, the naturalization application process consists of more than just filing the forms.

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