For the past 30 years, Norma Oberg has been offering immigration legal assistance to the San Fernando Valley. She is committed to assisting the immigrant population and assisting all immigrants in achieving nationality.
Express Immigration Department has already been in industry since 1999 and was approved by the United States Department of Judicial / Board of Immigration in 2012. While Express Immigration Service and its National accreditation Representative are not attorneys, they are authorized by federal statute to represent the public before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the US Citizenship and Immigration Assistance.
Family visa petitions, adjustment of status applications, consular visa processing, citizenship services, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and other services are among the facilities she provides. She is also an outspoken proponent of comprehensive immigration reform. She wants to see improvements in immigration laws that give unauthorized residents a pathway to citizenship, keep families together, provide legal paths to citizenship for low-skilled immigrants, restore due process protections in immigration enforcement policies, and address the real problem of migration, such as persecution and economic inequality.
Norma has always believed that one should give back to one’s community, having grown up in the San Fernando Valley. She gives back by assisting undocumented immigrants in obtaining citizenship in the United States.
Norma’s commitment to assisting immigrants on their road to citizenship is unwavering. Norma knows and respects the rich value immigrants from all over the globe contribute to any society because she lives in a huge metropolis like Los Angeles. She has also witnessed the devastation that the immigration process can cause to families. Norma understands that having U.S. citizenship may make a massive difference between reconnecting with family, finding a secure job, and pursuing a brighter future in the United States. She is aware of the difficulties that many people encounter in becoming residents of the United States, and she demonstrates compassion in her work. She offers low-cost legal services and freely provides immigration assistance to people in need. Norma has assisted thousands of people in becoming citizens of the United States throughout her many years of service to the community.
Not only does Norma feel that all immigrants should be allowed to become lawful residents of the United States, but she also argues that citizenship brings with it a sense of belonging and responsibility. She ran a polling booth at her place of business for many years as a means to encourage new residents to get involved in politics. Norma constantly urges individuals to perform their jury service when it comes around, no matter how hard they try to escape it.
Norma likes being out in the fresh air when she is not working with immigrants in her neighborhood. She’s trekked all across the country, from her own backyard in the Granada Hills to Big Bear, Mammoth, Joshua tree, and well beyond. She even kayaks throughout California on her most daring trips. She is an outspoken advocate for environmentalism and its implications for her society. She supports initiatives to convert garages into ADUs in order to offer low-income housing for Angelinos. Norma is also a supporter of the eco-friendly gardening concept, advocating for more native wildlife in yards and the use of greywater systems to irrigate those gardens as a local means of combating global warming.