Are you, a friend or a family member facing deportation? Deportation is a very serious and complex matter and nobody should have to navigate this
"I would recommend anyone who is seeking immigration help to visit Gehi and Associate because they really say what they mean. I have gotten my green card and within a short time after I have received my son's green card in the mail."
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Are you an immediate relative, a spouse, a minor child, an unmarried child or a parent of a U.S. citizen or green card holder?
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Gehi and Associates is a highly experienced New York based law firm, specializing in complex Federal immigration litigation and serious deportation cases. Over the years, the deportation attorneys at Gehi and Associates have helped numerous families in resolving removal cases, including immigration detention. If your relative or friend is in immigration custody or is facing deportation, the attorneys can assist you in trying to obtain an immigration bond, fight for your Green Card before the Immigration Judge or fight for your rights in the Federal Court.
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