• COVID-19 Office Policy

    Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, the office of Green Evans-Schroeder, PLLC, (GES) is officially closed to the public until further notice. Although our doors will be locked, we do not anticipate interruptions in the service you are accustomed to receiving.

    Please scroll down to learn more about how we will be handling our business operations for the time being.

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  • Naturalization

    The process of obtaining U.S. citizenship through naturalization is complicated. Determining your eligibility, proving your claim and dealing with any problems that arise during the process can be stressful, but we can help. We’ll be by your side every step of the way.

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  • Dedicated Years of Experience

    Clients who are represented by Green | Evans-Schroeder are well-served by a team of experienced attorneys. We have many years of experience, effectively representing people in state, federal, and immigration courts. We also have years of experiencing successfully representing applicants for green cards and citizenship with the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of State, at U.S. Consulates around the world.

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In Response to COVID-19: Green Evans-Schroeder Is Prepared to Protect and Serve Our Clients and Our Employees

Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, the office of Green Evans-Schroeder, PLLC, (GES) is officially closed to the public until further notice.  The majority of GES team members will be working remotely, which is in the best interests of our employees and our clients.

For the time being, even though our office is closed to the public, the office will be staffed by limited administrative staff. Although our doors will be locked, clients can continue to provide us with documents.  Please click here to review our temporary client document delivery policy. 

The situation is quickly changing, and it is impossible to predict how long this will continue. However, we are prepared to serve clients remotely for as long as necessary. We do not anticipate interruptions in the service you are accustomed to receiving, and our team is continuing to work diligently to meet deadlines and to deliver the high level of service you expect from us.

Please note the following:

  • You can continue to contact us by email or phone.  Our phone number is (520) 882-8852.
  • We will hold telephonic or video meetings rather than in-person meetings. These meetings can be done by SKYPE or Zoom Conference call so that you can continue to interact with your legal team, face-to-face.  We will assist you in learning how to communicate with us in this way.
  • We can still process debit and credit card payments. Payments by cash, cashier's check, or money order must be made by visiting a Chase Bank branch.  We will provide instructions to clients who wish to make deposits at Chase Bank.
  • We remain committed to delivering outstanding client services.

Most importantly, please take the utmost care with your own health, and never hesitate to let us know how we may be of assistance to you in these unprecedented times.

Experienced Immigration Attorneys

Immigration issues can be intensely stressful. If you plan to place your life, family and career in the United States and something threatens those plans, the situation can be overwhelming.

When your immigration status and the life you have built (or plan to build) in the United States are threatened in any way, a trusted and knowledgeable attorney is an ideal asset.

Deportation and Removal • Citizenship and Naturalization

At Green Evans Schroeder, it is the goal of our immigration attorneys to help individuals and their families through the complicated legal system when they are dealing with legal problems related to:

Our goal is to protect the rights of our clients, while keeping families together.

Call (520) 882-8852 now to schedule a confidential consultation with our accomplished immigration attorneys.

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Llame al (520) 882-8852 hoy para una consulta confidencial con los abogados de inmigración.

Inmigracion y Naturalizacion de los Estados Unidos

Regardless of whether you are facing deportation or are hoping to build a better life for your family in the United States, we can help you achieve your dreams. Specifically, we can:

  • Interpret immigration laws
  • File applications for citizenship, green cards and visas
  • Prepare and submit immigration paperwork
  • Appear in court for necessary proceedings

We understand immigration issues affect your entire family. When you hire us to represent you, we will work closely with you and your loved ones to help reach your goals.

Leyes de Inmigracion • Proceso de Deportacion • Ciudadanía y Naturalización

Immigration and criminal issues are often intertwined. A criminal charge or conviction can prevent you from entering or remaining in the United States. Therefore, it is critical that you hire a lawyer who understands the connection between these two areas of the law.

We have extensive experience with both immigration and criminal law. Many of our clients are people detained at the facilities in Eloy, Arizona, and Florence, Arizona. We also work with families all over the country who have loved ones placed in Arizona detention centers. We defend clients from deportation who have been accused of criminal charges, including drug crimes, theft offenses and violent crimes.

Helping You Reach Your Goals

Contact us online or call us locally at (520) 882-8852 or toll free at (877) 882-8852, to schedule a confidential consultation.

Arizona's "Crimmigration" Law Firm

If you are not a U.S. citizen, and you are charged with a crime, you automatically have two legal systems that threaten to penalize you with incarceration and deportation. Our law firm concentrates its practice on assisting foreign nationals charged with crimes to avoid deportation.

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Green Evans-Schroeder is focused on the aggressive defense of immigrants.