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Pasadena Immigration Attorney

Despite the complexities of U.S. immigration law, some people think that they can take care of their immigration problems themselves. Oftentimes their case is denied, delayed by years, or they find themselves deported from the U.S. Many people have filed petitions years ago and have not yet received a response; others seek relief because they are victims of violence, persecution or human trafficking. Children are separated from their families, fiancés wait years to be with their loved ones, and otherwise eligible applicants for naturalization are denied their due process rights to timely decisions regarding their status. Komanapalli Massey LLP has the unique ability to make clients feel comfortable despite the frustrating and lengthy process, and have proven success in compelling the U.S. Department of State, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, or overseas Embassy to statutorily issue immediate decisions regarding various pending petitions.

Our firm handles each case with an initial and individualized assessment of the facts to determine the various options available to each client. We work with the clients to evaluate these options and establish the best course of action. Whether it's the firm's efficient response to a client's inquiries or the constant communication between attorney and client, we take pride in providing on-call services for our clients.

We are here to assess your and your family members' eligibility for a green card or naturalization; assess your travel, employment and criminal background prior to applying; prepare your application correctly the first time, saving you time, money and anxiety; advise you on the type of supporting documentation we need to help your case; speed your application through the process and follow up with USCIS if there are delays or other issues with your application; predict problems and correct them before they affect your case; prevent you from making mistakes that could cause you or your family members to be deported; prepare you and attend the adjustment of status interview; and follow up with USCIS after the interview if there are any post interview questions or requests for additional information.

The firm's immigration practice areas include family based adjustment of status, consular processing, removal of conditional resident status, extreme hardship waivers, cancellation of removal for legal permanent residents and non-legal permanent residents, withholding of removal, asylum/convention against torture relief, VAWA applications, U visas for victims of crimes, T visas for victims of trafficking, religious worker visas, fiancé or spousal visas, advance parole travel documents, humanitarian parole, writs of mandamus, naturalization, Child Status Protection Act, and FOIA requests.

We are happy to assist you with:


Family of U.S. Citizens

Family of Green Card Holders

Family of Refugees & Asylees

Fiancé Visas

Waivers of Inadmissibility

Same-Sex Marriages

Intercountry Adoptions

Green Card (Permanent Residence)

Renew or Replace Green Card

Remove Conditions on Green Card

Green Card Through Family (Immediate Relatives and Family Preference)


Citizenship Through Naturalization

Citizenship Through Parents

The Naturalization Test


Refugees & Asylum

Humanitarian/ Medical Parole

Battered Spouse, Children & Parents (VAWA)

Victims of Human Trafficking & Other Crimes (T nonimmigrant visa/ U nonimmigrant visa)

Temporary Protected Status

Visiting the U.S.

Extending your Stay in the US

Changing Nonimmigrant Status


Citizenship for Military Members & Dependents

Civil Litigation