Immigration
Law

If you or a loved one is seeking to enter the United States for work, school, or another reason
whether to stay permanently and become a citizen, or for a temporary visit, then you will benefit
from the legal advice of an immigration lawyer from our firm.

DEPORTATION AND REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS
• Immigration Litigation and Representation in Immigration Courts
• Defense from Deportation and Removal
• Motions to Reopen and Reconsider
• Bond Motion
• Appeals to BIA
• Petitions to Federal Courts
• Criminal/Immigration Problems

FAMILY-BASED APPLICATIONS
• Family-based Green Cards for Spouses, Children, Parents and Siblings of U.S. Citizens
• Family-based Green Cards for Spouses and Children of Green Card Holders
• K1 - Visa for Fiancé of U.S. Citizen
• I-601A, waiver of unlawful presence

OTHER IMMIGRATION APPLICATIONS AND RELIEFS FROM DEPORTATION
• Status reinstatement
• Naturalization
• Political Asylum & Refugee Applications
• Marriage and Naturalization Interviews
• I-601 and I-212 waivers
• Waiver under section 212(c)
• Employment Authorization
• I-246 - Stay of Removal Application and Interview with ICE
• I-131 - Advance Parole and humanitarian parole request
• Deferred action – DACA and TPS

BUSINESS IMMIGRATION
• Labor Certification (Perm)
• Change/Extension of Non-Immigrant Status
• Work Visas – O1, H1B, E1
• International Students and exchange trainee or students - F1 and J1 visas
• Investment visa

US Immigration Overview

INA – Immigration and Nationality Act
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) was created in 1952 as a way to combine and organize all immigration statutes into one place. Since its inception, the INA has been amended numerous times.
Today, it is used as a means of governing immigration matters throughout the United States.

DHS – DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
The Department of Homeland Security is responsible for the enforcement and administration of immigration matters, particularly as they apply to cases which involve the potential threat of terrorism or criminal behaviors.
USCIS is part of the Department of Homeland Security and it is its administrative office.

ICE
Immigration Customs Enforcement is a branch of the U.S. Homeland Security Department. Immigrants who have been criminally accused can be detained by ICE and could be in jeopardy of deportation. The best way to protect against being sent back to your country of origin is by aligning yourself with an immigration lawyer in New York.

IMMIGRATION COURT AND REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS
The immigration court is part of the Department of Justice and it has jurisdiction immigration matters.
You will face an immigration judge if you have been issued an NTA – notice to appear.
If you are facing deportation, our firm is here to help. Deportation can be a very scary situation to face but most of the time an experience immigration attorney can help you seek a relief from deportation.

APPEALS
When you apply for immigration benefits there is always the possibility of your application being denied.
Upon denial, you have a 30-day window to appeal the decision made by the court or USCIS, and during this time if the appeal is accepted, there is the potential for your application to be reconsidered, re-opened and approved.

FAMILY-BASED RESIDENCY
When a person wishes to immigrate to the United States in order to be with their family, there is an option available to this person, which involves a family member petitioning the government to grant lawful residency to this person. The U.S. citizen family member will be called a sponsor of the person who wishes to immigrate.
People who are present in the US with an unlawful status, independently from the way the came to this country may qualify for residency through a family-based petition.

EMPLOYMENT-BASED VISAS AND RESIDENCY
If you are an employer seeking to hire foreign nationals, there is a lot of information you must be aware of, as well as some key information that is absolutely indispensable that you know.
There are a multiple type of non-immigrant visa allowing foreign nationals to immigrate temporarily to the US.