The attorneys of Flecha Law have years of experience working in United States immigration law. We have helped countless individuals and families from nearly every continent on the globe through defending noncitizens from removal and deportation, reuniting families, and helping people find safety in the United States through our asylum process. We have extensive experience working with undocumented members of our community to obtain an immigration status.


Because our immigration laws are federal laws, attorneys who are admitted to a state bar can practice immigration law nationally. Many of Flecha Law’s clients are found throughout the country. With our secure client portal, online communications platform, and virtual meeting software, we can easily work with clients who do not live in Columbus, Ohio.

Family Based Immigration

United States citizens and lawful permanent residents have the right to file for certain family members to have lawful permanent residency in the United States. The attorneys of Flecha Law have years of experience helping clients file for their family members, and in particular, filing for their spouses by proving a good faith marriage. In particular, Flecha Law has extensive experience navigating the nuances of assisting undocumented spouses and other family members in receiving lawful permanent residency. 

  •  I-130 Petition for Relatives of US Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents
  • Consular Processing
  • Adjustment of Status
  • I-601 Waiver of Inadmissibility
  • I-601A Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence
  • I-212 Application for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal
  • Adjustment of Status under INA § 245(i)

Humanitarian Claims

Immigration law provides relief to undocumented persons for surviving abuse, persecution, abandonment or other forms of violence. The attorneys of Flecha Law have worked with survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, as well as survivors of torture and persecution in pursuit of lawful permanent residency, nonimmigrant status, and other forms of an immigration status.  

  • Asylum
  • U Visa for Victims of Certain Crimes
  • Self-Petitions under the Violence Against Women Act
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
  • T Visa for Victims of Human Trafficking

Other Immigration Services

  • Removal Defense
  • Naturalization
  • Extensions and Changes of Status
  • Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions
  • Appellate Litigation to the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals