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Gehi & 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 & 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 law firm can assist you in trying to obtain an immigration bond or fight for Permanent Residence before the Immigration Judge or fight for your rights in the Federal Court. The firm assists clients in their immigration matters from all over the United States and the world. The firm is regularly involved in litigation before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the Federal Courts.

The practice of the firm includes all aspects of immigration law, including accusations of terrorism, political and religious asylum cases, employment-based immigration, entertainers’ and performers’ visas, investors visas, E visas, L visas, F-1 student visas, M-1 visas, religious workers, battered spouses, Temporary Protected Status, work visas, RFEs (Request for Evidence), etc.

Practice limited to Immigration and Nationality Law.

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