Contact our office today to speak with an experienced New York immigration attorney concerning your immigration, naturalization, appeal or deportation issue. Our immigration lawyers have a passion for helping immigrants through what can often times be a difficult and complex process. We have handled with great success thousands of immigration cases ranging from the straightforward to the most complex issues in the field.

Our experienced immigration attorneys are prepared to represent you before government agencies such as:

  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
  • Immigration Court (EOIR)
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
  • Administrative Appeals Unit (AAU)

Deportation Defense

With good reason, Deportation has been described as modern day banishment. We have personally seen the stress and emotional trauma that being threatened with removal can have on an individual and family members. Being placed in deportation with the prospect of being removed from this country and being separated from loved ones or everything you have worked for is one of the most stressful events one could ever face. If you or a loved one finds yourself in this situation you want to have an experienced deportation attorney on your side who will aggressively fight for you. We have successfully handled the most complex cases in the field often times involving novel or obscure issues. While we try to be optimistic we will always give you an honest and straightforward analysis.

If you already have an order of deportation we can assist in filing for motions to reopen or as a last resort request for deferred action and prosecutorial discretion to ICE or 212 applications for reentry after an order of deportation.

Our litigation experience includes:

  • Defenses such as cancellation of removal, 240(A)(a) and 240(A)(b) and termination of proceedings
  • Asylum and Convention Against Torture
  • Immigration courts (Detained and non-detained hearings for master calendar, status and individual hearings). We will provide representation in any court in the US as part of our service.
  • Removal involving criminal charges, visa renewal complications, asylum, adjustment of status, bonds, overstay, fraud

Complex Litigation

  • Appeals to the BIA, US District Court, AAU, including motions to reconsider, motions to reopen and stays of deportation
  • Deferred action and prosecutorial discretion
  • Waivers (medical, time out of status, hardship and fraud)
  • Allegations of fraud and misrepresentation involving entry documents, marriage fraud, false testimony, claims of citizenship and more
  • Motions for Post-Conviction Relief with Criminal Court
  • Habeas Corpus (wrongful imprisonment)
  • Criminal charges (aggravated felonies, Crimes involving moral turpitude (CIMT), Motions to Vacate Criminal Plea Agreements based on failure of court to adequately advise of immigration consequences)

Employment, Training and Investor-Based Visas and Permanent Residency

There are numerous options for employment, training and investor-based visas to live and work in the United States. It is critical that you work with an experienced firm that can help place you in the proper visa to live and work in the United States. Our firm has successfully represented individuals ranging from aliens without a college degree working in temporary seasonal employment to individuals with college degrees, advanced degrees and even aliens of extraordinary ability who are recognized in their respected field as having risen to an elite level in their country. Our clients range from individuals and small businesses to major companies in healthcare, IT, engineering, restaurant, hospitality, hotels, entertainment, sports and Education.

We handle the following types of employment, training and investor visas:

  • U.S. visas
    • J visa two year residency waivers
    • Review of the issuance of F-1 and M-1 visas for schools
    • Work-related visas such as L-1, TN, H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, O, P, R
    • Investor visas E1, E2 and E-B5
    • Training visas J, Q and H-3
  • Permanent residency (green card): Employment (serving employers as well as employees) in filing PERM, I-140s, 245(i) cases and consular processing
  • Family-based immigration:
    • Marriage-based permanent residency
    • FiancĂ©e visas (K-1)
    • I-751 petitions, including for individuals that have divorced since they were granted their conditional residency
    • Marriage after being placed in removal proceedings or while in custody
    • Petitions based on family relationships including consular processing
  • Allegations of marriage fraud or intent to deny based on failure to prove legitimacy of marriage
  • Complex issues involving illegal entry, visa waiver entries, criminal convictions of alien

Other Immigration Issues

  • Temporary protected status
  • Deferred inspection
  • Naturalization and citizenship
  • 245(i) cases
  • International adoption
  • Violence Against Woman Act (VAWA)
  • I-9 compliance
  • Government witness
  • Victim of crime

For Immigration and Naturalization Help, Contact Our Immigration Attorneys

Please note that we have represented clients in immigration courts throughout the U.S. Our New York immigration and naturalization lawyers welcome inquiries from potential clients in New York, Florida in other states and outside the U.S. Contact us by phone or e-mail.

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