Our New York City immigration attorneys provide extensive consultations, during which an immigration attorney will review your immigration goals and eligibility, providing the guidance you need to make your American dream come true. We have represented clients from around the world, including asylum seekers, foreign medical graduates, psychiatric clinics, hospitals, physicians, professionals, members of the clergy and individuals seeking immigration assistance for family members in the U.S. and overseas.
Diversity Lottery Visa
Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Self-Petition
ADJUSTMENT of Status (AOS) "Green Card"
Conditional Resident ("2-year" Green Card)
Marriage to a U.S. Citizen
Fiancé(e) of a U.S. Citizen
Permanent Resident ("10-year" Green Card)
Citizenship & Naturalization
The path to citizenship can feel like a never ending journey, but it is all worth it when you finally go to your Oath Ceremony and receive your naturalization certificate, officially making you a U.S. Citizen!
Removal/ Deportation Proceedings
Asylum & Withholding of Removal, & Withholding of Removal under Convention Against Torture (CAT)
Cancellation of Removal
Motions to Reopen, Recalendar & Appeals
Inadmissible to United States
Illegal Entrants (EWI) & Immigration Violaters
Waivers of Inadmissibility
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Eligibility and requirements
Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
What is Temporary Protected Status, (“TPS”)?
What are the TPS eligibility requirements?
What are the benefits of being granted TPS?
What countries are currently designated for TPS?
Additional Immigration Services that we handle:
Employment Authorization Document (EAD)/TRavel Document/Advance Parole
Who needs an EAD to work in the U.S.?
Am I eligible for an EAD?
What is a Travel Document?
What is the difference between Travel Document categories?
Immigration & Family
How do family & immigration legal issues intersect?
Cases & Issues We Can Help You With
Immigration & Criminal
How does immigration and criminal law intersect?
Immigration Consequences of guilty pleas