Fulenchek Law – Helping clients with immigration
Immigration Law Since 2015
Maegen Fulenchek, Attorney
Ms. Fulenchek is a champion for her community and its members. She is a passionate community leader who is motivated by lifting up others, and her friendly nature makes her easy to communicate with and work alongside. She is detail oriented and sensitive to the needs of her community members. Ms. Fulenchek makes a point to stay up to date on the latest immigration laws and changes so that she can be relied on to effectively advise and maneuver your case to success.
Ms. Fulenchek was born in Texas. She relocated to California in her early twenties to pursue her education. Ms. Fulenchek fell in love with the central valley and committed herself to the community. She attended law school at the Laurence Drivon School of Law graduating in 2015. She passed the California Bar Exam on her first attempt in February of 2015.
Ms. Fulenchek founded the firm Fulenchek Law in February of 2016, so that she could pursue her dream of uplifting the central valley community. Ms. Fulenchek has provided pro bono representation in countless cases and volunteers her time frequently. She currently volunteers with Haven Women’s Center, where she provides support to persons fleeing domestic violence and KIND where she advocates for children in immigration court proceedings.
“We care about our clients.”
Sara Arroyo Vega, Legal Assistant
Ms. Arroyo Vega immigrated to the United States from Mexico when she was just eight years old. In high school, she volunteered in a non-profit organization which opened her eyes to the importance of building community. Her outgoing personality and tireless resolve allow her to be an important asset to those in need. From a young age she saw the need to become a champion for the needs of her immigrant community, as she herself is a dreamer. She is fluent in English and Spanish and is currently majoring in Political Science. She plans to utilize her degree, to be able to give back to the community that has helped her flourish.
Ms. Arroyo Vega frequently volunteers for community building organizations and local political campaigns.
Jacqueline Camacho, Legal Assistant
Ms. Camacho graduated from CSU Stanislaus in May of 2019 and is currently working on her master’s in legal studies to expand her education in the immigration field. Ms. Camacho is fluent in both English and Spanish and is the oldest of four. She is the first person in her family to receive a bachelor’s degree.
Ms. Camacho is dedicated to being an outspoken model for her peers and community, whose goal is to speak up and defend those individuals who are afraid due to their legal status here in the United States. Coming from a mixed status family, she personally knows the struggles many undocumented people face in their day to day lives and she is passionately committed to helping her community overcome this struggle.
Our Immigration Practice
A U.S. citizen may petition for certain family members to receive a Green Card, a fiancé(e) visa or a K-k3/K-4 visa based on your relationship.
We represent immigrants facing removal from the U.S. The process involves appearing before a judge in immigration court.
Under the Violence Against Women Act, a battered noncitizen spouse or child of an abusive U.S. citizen or resident may apply for immigration.
An immigration waiver is a “pardon” for a specific immigration violation. A determination is made if a person is deportable due to the violations.
Asylum is a protection granted to foreign nationals in the U.S. or arriving at the border who meet the international definition of a “refugee.”
Adjustment of Status
This adjustment of status is when you apply for a lawful permanent resident status, or Green Card, when you are present in the U.S.
DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, provides relief for youth who came to the U.S. when they were children from deportation.
Natualization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a lawful permanent resident per the Immigration and National Act.
U-Visas and Other Visas
U-Visas and other immigrant and nonimmigrant visas may be applied for permanent or temporary entrance to the U.S.
Why Choose Us
Honest, Expert Lawyers
We have the immigration experience and knowledge, combined with our deep concern for our clients, to provide the best legal service possible.
Modern Legal Care
Immigration laws are in constant flux; they change constantly in our current social and political state. We make it a point to know the very latest in law so we can protect you and ensure that we are doing the proper steps in the legal processes.
Increasing the Ability to Win Cases
Having an experienced and honest lawyer who knows immigration law will multiply your chances of winning in court or succeeding in having your applications approved.
The Law Comes First
Attention to detail and the latest legal changes in immigration law is of extreme importance. We protect and avail our clients to the maximum extent of the law at all times.
We believe in constant and clear communication with our clients. We put ourselves in our clients’ place, realizing how important knowing the status is.
Committed to Excellence
Our goal as a law firm focusing on immigration is to achieve a “win” for each and every client that walks through our doors, and we are committed to achieving this.