All of our clients are important to us. Our legal staff of attorney, paralegals, and law clerks are personally committed to assisting you with whatever immigration issue you face, whether you are applying for citizenship, requesting lawful residence for a loved one, obtaining legal status through employment, or seeking asylum. Know that our approach is individualized and hands-on: we help you reach your goals as quickly and efficiently as we can.
All consultations with us are confidential.We are happy to set up a consultation to discuss our services and help you determine whether we fit your legal needs. During a consult, we talk with you about your specific immigration situation in strict confidence.
Because immigration is a constantly evolving and complex area of law, it's especially important to meet with an immigration attorney in advance of securing legal help. Know that a consultation does not obligate you to retain our services.
We offer online case tracking so that you can check the status of your case at any time, and we use the latest technology in data management for efficient administration and security of your information.
You can arrange a consultation with us by telephone (212) 279-9020 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting our office in Manhattan. Here's how:
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|Aug 13, 2014||Democrats Lay Groundwork For Obama To Take Big Steps On Immigration|
|Jul 31, 2014||Backlogged Immigration Courts Speed Up Children's Cases|
|Jul 28, 2014||Republicans are absent on immigration reform|
|Jul 25, 2014||U.S. Weighs Refugee Status For Honduran Youth Displaced By Armed Conflict|
|Jul 24, 2014||Immigration Activists Hold Funeral For GOP: It's 'Dead To Our Community'|
|Jul 24, 2014||Recess looming, lawmakers appear stuck on Obama’s immigration funding request|
|Jul 11, 2014||The Children of the Drug Wars A Refugee Crisis, Not an Immigration Crisis|
|Jun 19, 2014||Rupert Murdoch Says Immigration Reform Can't Wait|