PRACTICE AREAS

For nearly 40 years, we have assisted individuals businesses alike in a variety of immigration-related matters including obtaining green cards based on family, employment or asylum/refugee petitions, other types of green cards, as well as any non-immigrant visas. The firm is also known for representing clients in some of the most complex deportation cases and 601 waiver applications. For a more detailed description of some of these services, please take a look at the following categories.

Appeals

If you are facing a final order of removal, or have lost your case in Immigration Court, it is possible to appeal the court’s decision to prevent your removal from the United States.
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Asylum/Refugee

Asylum is recognized in the United States under both Federal and International law. Every year, thousands of people from around the world travel to the United States
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Business/Investor

If you wish to invest in or create a business in the United States and have the capital to do so, you may qualify as an Employment Fifth Preference (E5) Immigrant Investor
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Canadian Immigration

Whether you are interested in immigrating to Canada or find yourself unable to immigrate to the United States, the Canadian government provides multiple paths to
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Deportation

Deportation (removal) is a civil proceeding in which the federal government seeks to have a non-U.S. citizen, or “alien,” removed (deported) from the United States for
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Diversity Visa Lottery

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program makes 50,000 visas available annually. These are drawn from random selection among entries of individuals who are from countries
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Employment

There are a multitude of ways you may work in the United States if you are not a citizen or permanent resident. These include: Read More ….

Federal Court

There are certain types of immigration-related claims that a U.S. federal district judge has jurisdiction to hear. These claims include: An unreasonable delay by USCIS’ in adjudicating
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Marriage

If you are a U.S. citizen married to a foreign national who lives abroad, there are two ways to bring your spouse (husband, wife, or same-sex spouse) to the United States
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Permanent Resident

Permanent residence enables you to live and work in the United States indefinitely as long as you do not abandon your status or engage in conduct which renders you
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Religious

If you are a religious worker looking to work in the United States, there are two types of religious visas: non-immigrant (R-1) and immigrant (EB-4).
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Student

If you would like to study in the United States, there are three types of student visas to allow a foreign student to do so
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US Citizen

United States citizenship is acquired by either birth in the U.S. (or a U.S. territory), descent or through naturalization. Citizenship cannot be taken away (expect in
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Visitor

If you plan on visiting the U.S. but do not intend to stay, two designated groups are allowed visits of up to 3 months in the country. If you are from a country that is part of
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Waivers

A person who is not eligible to be admitted into the U.S. on certain grounds, may still be able to apply for a waiver that could help them obtain an immigrant visa, adjustment of .Read More ….

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