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Immigration Law

Experienced Immigration Attorney in New Jersey

WE QUICKLY ADAPT TO CHANGES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

 

FAMILY BASED IMMIGRATION

If you are a U. S Citizen or a Permanent Resident interested in sponsoring your foreign national parents, spouse, children or fiancé, we are here to help you with the process. Often, people contact us when something has gone wrong in their application. Don’t let that happen to you. Call us at the time you decide to file your application and we will help file the proper paperwork, prepare for the interview and accompany your loved ones to the interview before the immigration officer.

ASYLUM & WITHHOLDING OF REMOVAL 

Did you come to the United States seeking protection due to persecution or fear because of your race, religion, nationality, gender, membership in a social group, or political opinion? If so, you might be eligible for asylum or the withholding of removal. It is important to file the application in a timely manner and we can help you do so. You may be able to include your spouse and your children who are also in the United States on your application and seek relief for your family. In the current uncertain immigration environment, we fight to defend the rights of our clients.

SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE (SIJ)

A foreign national child may seek legal permanent residence in the United States if he or she is a victim of abuse, neglect or abandonment by one or both parents. We file an application in State court to enable this child to seek protection as a Special Immigrant Juvenile. The State court order allows us to seek legal permanent residence through Form I-360 with USCIS. The child must have a relative or sponsor who assumes custody of and is able to take care of the child in the United States. Our office has been extremely successful in getting SIJ Orders and legal permanent residence through these means.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA)
 

If you are the battered spouse, child or parent of a U. S. Citizen or legal permanent resident (Green Card holder), you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

The VAWA provisions of the INA apply to both women and men who are victims of abuse by household members. Our office successfully assists an equal number of women and men with VAWA applications each year. Please call us for more information.

Have some questions? Please, schedule your initial consultation now.