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Family Law

The attorneys of Flecha Law have experience with uncontested child custody, child custody in relation to Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, uncontested divorces and marital dissolutions and are available to assist with these matters.

Immigration Law

United States Citizens have the right to petition for their parents, spouse, adult siblings, and children to have lawful permanent residency in the United States, while a Lawful Permanent Resident has the right to petition for their spouse and children. Read our pages on Consular Processing and Adjustment of Status to learn more about the process of filing for lawful permanent residency!

Traffic Law

Have you been charged with a traffic matter in Central Ohio? The attorneys of Flecha Law are available to assist with traffic matters, and can even guide you on whether the charge will have an impact on your immigration status. Read our page on “Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions” to learn more!

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English and Spanish Available.

Crucita Flecha, Esq.

Cynthia A.B. Vivekanandam, Esq.

Isabel Recendiz

Nely Nunez

Ofelia Sanchez

Kriss Galloway

How To Make an Appointment

Flecha Law, Ltd.’s offices are at 530 B Norton Road in Columbus, OH.

Call:  (614) 379-3003

We are currently taking in-person and video call meetings.

What is Unlawful Presence and How can it Hurt your Immigration Case?

“Unlawful presence” occurs when a person is in the United States without an immigration status, whether that be after entering the country without documents or allowing a valid immigration status to expire and remaining in the United States. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, there are few exceptions to accumulating unlawful presence.


While some people have received their receipts, it is not unusual to have to wait two-three months at minimum to get receipts. The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) will continue to monitor this situation.

Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a time-limited status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States when circumstances in their home country make it unsafe to return.