cta

Sandy’s Best Immigration Attorney

Kimberly Trupiano is one of the best immigration lawyers near Sandy.

Kimberly J. Trupiano is an immigration attorney practicing in the Sandy, UT area. Specializing in immigration law, Ms. Trupiano represents employers, foreign nationals, illegal immigrants and legal permanent residents in all facets of U.S. immigration law. Whether you want to marry a U.S. citizen, enter the U.S., or fight for your right to stay here, Trupiano Law is dedicated to serving the Sandy area with dedicated immigration law.

Immigration Law Services

Kim Trupiano practices criminal and immigration law in the Sandy area. She represents non-citizens who are placed in removal proceedings because they have entered the U.S. without inspection, overstayed a visa, or committed a deportable offense while living in the United States.

Petitioning for Asylum

Trupiano Law specializes in petitioning for asylum on behalf of legal and illegal immigration clients. These cases are special, as the individuals would face possible persecution or torture if they returned to their home country. Trupiano Law can navigate waivers, claims for relief available, and/or post-conviction relief to assist aliens applying for asylum.

If you have already been granted asylum in the U.S, but immigration is standing in your way due to a criminal conviction or other restrictive act visit our office today to review your options.

Comprehensive Services in Immigration Law

Understanding U.S. immigration laws require an expert, willing to explain the legalities as well as be your advocate. Look to the experts at Trupiano for practices like:

  • Visa issuance and renewal
  • Citizenship and Naturalization
  • Deportation and removal defense
  • Consequences of criminal convictions
  • Asylum
  • Immigration appeals and petitions for judicial review

Contact Us Today

If you or a loved one is facing any immigration law situations or have questions about immigration and criminal law, call the experts at 801-266-0166. Let Kim Trupiano petition for your rights today.