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Experienced

Experienced, Knowledgeable Representation You Can Rely On.

Immigration matters involve a complex and dynamic area of the law. With so many legal and procedural hurdles to overcome, making sure that your matter is handled properly is crucial.

Strong

A Strong and Compassionate Advocate Helping You Navigate the Immigration Process.

We take pride in providing high-quality legal representation that emphasizes strong client communication and creative approaches winning your case.

Committed

You can count on our Commitment to Protecting the Rights of Immigrants.

For nearly a decade, Rosy H. Cho has consistently demonstrated a strong commitment to serving the needs of immigrants.

When you need the help of an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to assist you with your immigration issue, the Law Office of Rosy H. Cho can help. To schedule a consultation, call us at 415-274-2000 or click Contact Us button.

About Our Practice

The Law Office of Rosy H. Cho is located in San Francisco, California and represents clients throughout the Bay Area, the North Coast and Central Valley.

  • Marriage and Family Visas

    Family-based and fiancé visa petitions can sometimes present unusual challenges. We will help you navigate the entire process from filing the petition to seeking waivers of inadmissibility for criminal convictions or fraud.

  • Deportation and Removal Defense

    Facing deportation can be frightening. It is critical that you get accurate legal advice to assess all your options and avenues for relief against deportation. We can review your immigration history and any criminal record to craft the best strategy

  • Naturalization and U.S. Citizenship

    We are well-versed with the complications that may arise when applying for citizenship. We will screen for a criminal record or an irregularity in a person’s visa history that may present a serious obstacle to obtaining citizenship

  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

    DACA allows those who entered the United States at a young age, grew up here, and are in school or finished high school here to obtain relief from deportation and work legally in the United States.

  • Provisional Waivers for Inadmissibility

    You may be able to seek a waiver of inadmissibility for unlawful presence here in the United States before you must leave for your immigrant visa interview in your home country. We can assess your eligibility and help you prepare a winning application.

  • Petitions for Same-Sex Couples

    If you are married or plan to get married in a state that recognizes same-sex marriages, the US citizen can now file a petition for his or her foreign national same-sex spouse who can then seek lawful permanent residency (green card).

  • Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions

    A criminal conviction may lead to deportation proceedings, even if you are a lawful permanent resident. We can work with your criminal defense attorney to craft a plea to minimize the immigration consequences.

  • U Visas and VAWA Relief

    If you have been a victim of certain types of crimes, including domestic violence, you may be eligible for a temporary visa or cancellation of deportation proceedings that will ultimately lead to a green card.

I consulted with a number of attorneys before a friend recommended Rosy.  Rosy demonstrated a mastery of immigration law and really took the time to understand the complications of my case.  She calmly navigated me through the process, reassuring me along the way.  Rosy is not just an attorney but an advocate for immigrant rights.

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NigelSan Francisco

After consulting with five lawyers, my husband and I were happy that we found Rosy. Rosy was able to cite a little known exception that enabled us to pursue my path to legalization. Rosy was with us every step of the way. She guided us through the process and kept us informed. She was able to predict the outcome and help us work through the challenges that is the US Immigration process.

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G.G.

Rosy is a dedicated and real professional Attorney. She is outstanding and admirable lawyer. Before signing out contract with Rosy to take my husband’s case my father-in-law , mother-in-law and I have difficulties with other immigration attorneys. But I got to say Rosy is committed with her job and took my husband’s case for a year.

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Leonela G.Redwood City, CA

USCIS is accepting DACA renewal applications now but ONLY for those granted DACA by ICE, NOT by USCIS, between June 15 and August 15, 2012.

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has announced that those who were granted DACA between June 15, 2012 and August 15, 2012 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and not by USCIS, may now submit applications to renew their DACA status. The Form I-821D that is currently available on the USCIS website […]

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court heard arguments today on an issue that will impact “aged-out” children.

Today the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) heard arguments in the case Mayorkas v. De Osorio which addresses the question of whether children who are derivative beneficiaries of preference category family petitions can automatically convert  their petitions to a different petitioner and retain the same priority date.  The transcript of the argument can be found here. It’s dense reading but […]