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Cicero Immigration Lawyer

 


Our highly skilled team of immigration lawyers is excited to assist you every step of the way on your journey towards obtaining immigration approval in the beautiful city of Cicero, Illinois.

The Francis Law Center, serving in Cicero and located throughout the greater Chicagoland area, is deeply committed to the well-being of families and individuals. We are dedicated to advocating for humanitarian relief and providing comprehensive assistance with complex immigration matters. With over twenty years of experience, our team of passionate professionals, fluent in five languages, offers a wide range of services to meet your needs. These services include Family-Based Immigration, Humanitarian & Citizenship, and Employment-Based Immigration. We take pride in our stellar reputation, backed by over 300 five-star reviews, and strive to ensure that every client receives the highest level of support and feels welcomed throughout their immigration journey.


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Our Immigration Services

Family Immigration

We specialize in obtaining immigration approval for marriage, children, and family-related cases. Family is what matters most to us at Francis Law Center and we understand it.

Humanitarian Immigration

We provide assistance in humanitarian-based immigration cases, offering support and guidance in challenging situations, regardless of the circumstances.

Waivers & Other Immigration

In specific cases, waivers can be granted, and there are alternative pathways available for immigration approval. We are ready to create a pathway to citzenship for you and the ones you care about.

Employment Immigration

We work directly with employers, as well as individuals seeking employee sponsored immigration. Rest assured, Francis Law Center is here for you and your business no matter what.

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