Family Litigation

Family Litigation

Want to sponsor a loved one for a green card but not sure where to start?
Is ICE trying to deport you or a loved one?
Finally ready to become a citizen but a mistake in your past is coming back to haunt you?

Family immigration and removal defense issues are highly complex and options available can depend on many factors. Your individual criminal and immigration histories, processing times, family history, your geographic location and your individual priorities and more can play a major part in whether you or a loved one can stay in the US or are stuck abroad. It is vital to consult with a competent immigration lawyer who regularly handles your type of situation to determine the best tailored solution for you.

At SGG, our attorneys regularly work with intricate and complex waiver cases, asylum cases, and fight for our clients in their most desperate hour. Our attorneys have decades of experience in this specialized area of immigration law. We regularly mentor and teach other attorneys in our field how to handle such unique and complex matters. We are internationally published and recognized U. S. Immigration attorneys who work with clients no matter where they are – in detention, out of the country, in another state, you name it. We make it easy to work with us no matter where you are. We embrace technology and fly to you so you are not alone in some of the most stressful moments of your life (during immigration proceedings). We won’t leave you hanging.

Helen A.

Helen A. Sklar has practiced exclusively in the field of immigration and nationality law since 1985.

Taiyyeba Safri

Taiyyeba Safri Skomra is a partner at Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP. Ms. Skomra has been certified as a specialist in immigration.


Amy Prokop Lenhert has expertise in a broad range immigration matters and is a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law

Recent Articles

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Border Crisis – Take Action!

There is indeed a humanitarian crisis at our southern border.  Children continue to be separated from their parents, and to date at least seven children have died while in DHS custody or shortly after release.  Men, women and children alike are held in unsafe conditions in remote facilities in the United States, denied proper healthcare…

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DACA and the Supremes

In November, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments for and against continuing the program known as “DACA” — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA was created by Executive Order in June 2012, protecting certain undocumented individuals from deportation.  An estimated 700,000 people have DACA benefits, including the two-year (renewable) work permit the program authorizes.  The…

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Sorting out Financial Requirements for Immigration Applicants

Whereas most research shows that immigrants use public benefits at lower rates than native-born U.S. citizens,[1] a dizzying web of initiatives by the Trump Administration reveal a noisy, and perhaps intimidating, plan to reorder longstanding programs and standards in the realm of public benefits and financial support for immigrants.  The upshot of these Administration efforts…

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