Tanvir Joshi

Tanvir Joshi

  • Immigration Law, Bankruptcy, Family Law
  • California
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I have 4 years of experience dealing with Immigration law cases. While working with different immigration attorneys in the valley, I gained hands on experience with cases such as I-130 family petitions, I-601 and I-601A hardship waivers, Adjustment of Status, Naturalization application, Green card application, Asylum applications, Appeals to BIA, and Immigratoin Court cases.

Practice Areas
  • Immigration Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Family Law
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  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Hindi: Spoken, Written
  • Punjabi: Spoken, Written
Education
San Joaquin College of Law
J.D. (2014)
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Activities: Worked in the New American Legal Clinic where free services were provided to indigent people.
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71 Questions Answered

Q. I just got my first DUI I have a lawyer already and I would like to know if I could become a u.s. citizen.
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. More details are necessary to answer your question. Generally, DUI in itself may not bar you from becoming a US citizen. However, a person must have completed his probation before s/he could become a U.S. citizen. DUI does have affect on proving Good Moral Character (GMC) which is one of the requirements of becoming a U.S. citizen.
Q. What happens if im a permanent resident and i committed dv on my husband 6 months ago and now he wants to press charges
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. More facts are necessary to determine the issue. Generally, resident aliens may be deported for commission of certain crimes and Domestic Violence is one of the grounds for deportation. Please consult a lawyer.
Q. I'm a US citizen permanently living abroad, married to a foreign national. What visa does she need to visit the US?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. Most foreign nationals apply for a visitor visa to visit the US. Its also called B1/B2 Visa. You should be able to check the requirements on the website of US embassy in your country.
Q. Hello,Will my daughter and grandson get the green card on same date through my petition?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. More facts are necessary to give you an exact Yes or No Answer. Multiple factors will have to be considered to determine e.g. your status in the U.S., what category does your daughter falls into, how old your grandson will be when the visa number is available, etc. It is necessary you consult an attorney to discuss your case in detail and find out whether both your daughter and grandson can benefit from the same petition.
Q. how do i find out what name to use on k1 visa paperwork for my fiancee when she had a birth certificate problem?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. To be sure, I would highly recommended using services of an experienced immigration attorney to review all documents and then give you a correct answer regarding what name to be used. As different names or mismatching of names can cause unnecessary delays, I would suggest you hire an attorney.
Q. can my ex husband get his green card using our under age son with out my consent?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. More facts are necessary to answer the question e.g. what kind of application has your husband filed? Generally, a U.S. citzen may file a petition for his or her parent. However, to file for parents, the petitioner must be 21 years of age. Please consult an attorney to discuss your case in detail who can more questions and help you resolve your issue.
Q. Can my sister filee for immigration visa via me when I file greecard for my parents? She is 20 right now.
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. Your question is a bit confusing. More facts are necessary to understand your goal and to give a clear answer to your question. You should consult an attorney to discuss your case in detail. However, look below for some general information that may help. Generally, if a U.S. citizen files a petition for his or her parents, only the parents are able to get benefit off of such petition. Children of such parents are not eligible to benefit from it.
Q. If my mother had custody but my father hascustody now, how would it be possible for my mother to get back full custody?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. Generally, the law says that both parents share the custody of a child 50-50. However, parents may stipulate or court may order differently. As more facts are necessary to answer your question completely, you should consult a family law attorney to discuss your case in detail.
Q. How do I go about rec'ving Pro Bono attorney help w/my bankruptcy?
A: Disclaimer: The following advice is for informational purposes only and should NOT be relied on as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship is formed through these questions and answers. Check our website http://www.joshilawfirm.com to contact us and discuss your case in detail. Please refer to the following link to find out clinics providing pro bono services. https://www.justia.com/lawyers/bankruptcy-and-debt/california/legal-aid-and-pro-bono-services
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Joshi Law Firm
516 W. Shaw Ave Ste 200
Fresno, CA 93704
USA
Telephone: (559) 312-0083