SIJS - Child & Juvenile Immigration
We help protect children and adolescents who have been abused, abandoned or have suffered negligence from one or two of their parents or legal guardians.
SIJS is a legal status for youths that can’t reunify with their parents and obtain permanent resident status.
According to the law, a person is qualified for this status if:
Although federal law allows for children below 21 years old to apply, most state laws define a minor as a person who is under 18 years of age. Juvenile Immigration is a complex process that requires the upmost respect and care for our clients. At Jaskot, we know how to handle this type of cases.