Best special immigrant juvenile attorneys

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Santos Khoury LLC-Best SIJS Green Card Attorneys

Why Choose Our Law Firm?

Knowledge & Experience

Our special immigrant juvenile attorneys know how to get the job done. We are passionate about assisting immigrant youth in the United States. If you are undocumented or without legal status and are under age 21 and live in either California, Massachusetts, New York, Washington, D.C., New Jersey, Florida or Maryland we can help you. One of the most common immigration options for immigrant youth is special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS), which is a pathway to a green card for immigrant children who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected by one or both of their parents.

Free Consultations if you qualify for SIJS

We offer free consultations to people who qualify for SIJS. Who Is Eligible to Become a Permanent Resident Through Special Immigrant Juvenile Status? Anyone who is under age 21 and who has been abandoned, abused or neglected by at least one parent. If you aren't sure if you qualify, don't worry. Just book a free consultation with one of our best SIJS attorney California and we will let you know..


Our Best SIJS attorney Massachusetts are confident because we get our clients the results they need. We help young undocumented immigrants in the U.S. obtain green cards through the SIJS program. Rest assured, when you hire our law firm you won't need to worry about the process.

clear prices and payment plans

Our SIJS attorneys will tell you exactly how much it will cost so there are no surprises along the way. If you don't have all of the money up front, don't worry. We offer flexible payment plans so you can get to where you need to be without delay.

“The Best SIJS Attorney is compassionate, knowledgeable and able to guide their client to success".

How We Work

Schedule your Consultation

Schedule the best time to meet with our SIJS attorney for your free SIJS consultation. Book by clicking the calendar icon above ^

Meet your Green Card Attorney

During your consultation you’ll meet with our SIJS green card attorney who will discuss the steps of your case, including, price, work permit and how long it will take

Relax and Let Us Do The Work

Our SIJS attorneys help hundreds of people get their green cards every year. Our SIJS attorneys know exactly what to do to make sure you’re on the right path to success. Whether you are in court or out of legal status, our attorneys can help you.

We tell you how much it costs up front with no hidden fees

Don't worry if you don't have all of the money up front. We offer flexible monthly payments so you can pay per month

What Are the Benefits of Applying for Special Immigrant Juvenile Status?

The most important benefit of applying for SIJS is obtaining lawful permanent resident status or a green card. Most people want a green card so they can legally live and work in the U.S. with the ability to travel freely. After five years of having your green card you will be able to apply for citizenship. Our SIJS green card attorney will tell you which option is best for you depending on your situation.

The process for applying for SIJS and a green card depends upon whether the young person is applying affirmatively (not in removal court) or defensively (while in deportation court, as a defense to deportation) prevent them from obtaining a green card. 

If you are filing an affirmative SIJS case it means you aren’t in immigration court and will be filing strictly with USCIS (United States Citizenship & Immigration Services). You will file two applications which in most circumstances can be filed together. The first is called form I-360 and the second is called form I-485. In both cases you must attach a court order from a state court indicating you have been abandoned, abused or neglected by at least one parent. 

Unlike the affirmative process, the defensive process is a bit tricker as the child is in court. Therefore, generally, form I-360 is filed with USCIS who has the power to approve or deny the petition for SIJS classification. If approved, the young person can either get their case terminated in court and file the I-485 with USCIS or file the green card application with the immigration judge. Our attorneys are highly successful in both affirmative and defensive SIJS cases. 

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