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The Law Offices of Sean Lewis, PLLC, Immigration and Citizenship Attorneys, is a global boutique law firm, solely dedicated to the private practice of Immigration and Nationality Law. Our main office is located in Nashville, Tennessee and we have clients located throughout the world.

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  • Best of the best. Posted by MURODJON
  • His commitment to my case and the level of honesty was what I appreciated the most Posted by Tam'ra
  • Green card on hand what else can I say Posted by Martin
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Attorney Sean|Lewis focused on results

Family reunification has been a fundamental public policy of the U.S. immigration system since its inception. We will fight to preserve your rights and to keep your family together.

Since its inception, Law Offices of Sean Lewis, PLLC has focused on developing unique results-focused immigration strategies for individuals, corporations, and professionals. Whether you’re facing deportation or simply need to obtain work authorization in one of the many countries that we service, we will provide a service that is both personal and responsive.

Attorney Sean Lewis

Founder


Caring and compassionate, Sean Lewis is licensed in Tennessee and focuses practice on Immigration Law and cases related to immigration law.

Linda Bandry

Paralegal

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are now accepting same-sex applications following the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of DOMA. We do not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation..

Our rates vary based upon the type of matter handled, individual complexities of the case, amount of time needed to prepare among other factors. Only after a consultation will the immigration attorney be able to give a quote for fees and costs. A payment plan might be arranged under certain circumstances. We strive to make our services affordable and look forward to representing our clients through the entire path to citizenship in the U.S.

Varying forms of relief are available for people in removal proceedings. For example, a person here illegally for 10 years, with good moral character and who has certain family members with legal status who would suffer unusual extreme hardship if the person is deported may ask the immigration judge to cancel the removal. This remedy is not easily granted and will require an immigration lawyer to prepare the case. Other forms of relief are available to people, but will require thorough analysis by the attorney.

My relative/friend now has an “immigration hold”. What happens next? Unless the person being held by Immigration Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) has pleaded guilty or been convicted of a serious crime (under immigration law), that person will either need an immigration bond or to be released on his/her own recognizance. An immigration lawyer may communicate directly with ICE, or ask the immigration judge for a bond in a bond hearing before the immigration court.
I have been here with a green card for many years. What if I am faced with a crime…should I plead guilty? Absolutely not! It does not matter how long a person has been in the United States. Any legal resident who pleads guilty to certain crimes may be deported. Expungments do not count in immigration court-nothing is erased by expunging a criminal record. Accepting “diversion” may be a “conviction” under immigration law. Always consult with an immigration lawyer with experience with immigration consequences of crime before going to criminal court. Defense attorneys should also consult with immigration attorneys before advising thier clients to plead guilty on these matters. Judges and prosecutors may always contact us if there are questions about immigration consequences.

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U.S. immigration law can be very complex with changes to the law occurring often. The firm can assist you in navigating these complex laws and finding a solution to your immigration needs.

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