At Tsang & Associates, we assist clients in obtaining personal documents such as criminal records, arrival and departure records, birth certificates, death certificates, court records, and marriage licenses from the government. Obtaining government records can consume lots of time if you do not have all of the vital information. That's why we can work with you by utilizing our tools and knowledge to get the job done. Our attorneys will assess your circumstances and assist you in obtaining those records. Consultations are free and we look forward to speaking with you.


Our attorney will prepare and assist in obtaining government records.

We provide a start to finish service. Your case is safe with us until the case is complete. 


Legal Fee $500

Free Consultation

*Legal Fees vary based on complexity of each case, and the above quoted price represents the amount we charge for a typical case. 



Through FOIA:

Types of documents obtainable include, but are not limited to:

  1. Identity history checks;
  2. Fingerprints and other biometrics;
  3. Name checks;
  4. Voluntary return information;
  5. Information regarding entry and exit after 1981;
  6. Records regarding inspection or examination upon arrival at a U.S. Port of Entry;
  7. Passenger Name Record;
  8. I-94 Arrival and Departure Record;
  9. Import Trade Activity requests;
  10. Expedited removal by border patrol or at port of entry;
  11. Detention by border patrol or at port of entry;

12. CBP background investigation;
13. Apprehension by Border Patrol between Official Ports of       Entry;
14. U.S. CBP Trusted Traveler programs;
15. Inquiries or resolutions regarding difficulties experienced       during travel;
16. A-file;
17. I-130 records;
18. N-400 Naturalization records;
19. Visa petition status;
20. Deportation records;
21. Detention and removal records;
22. Immigration and customs enforcement;
23. Medical records (while in detention);
24. Visa/Passport.


In order to provide you with the best and most accurate consultation, we recommend that you bring as many of the following information/documents as you can to ensure a productive meeting. 

  1. City, county, and state of birth
  2. Date of birth
  3. Decedent's first, middle, last name (if applicable)
  4. City and state of death (if applicable)
  5. Date of death (if applicable)
  6. Name of parent, spouse, or domestic partner
  7. Social security number
  8. Date of marriage (if applicable)
  9. Last name before marriage (if applicable)
  10. County of marriage license issuance (if applicable)
  11. Date of divorce (if applicable)
  12. County of divorce (if applicable)