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Jackson Heights Immigration Lawyer

Immigration related issues are sensitive. Time is of essence when dealing with the majority of such cases, explaining why you need an immigration lawyer. Our immigration lawyers in Jackson Heights are experienced in dealing with most immigration issues including the following:

Asylum – If you are looking for asylum or refugee status, do not hesitate to call our Jackson Heights Immigration lawyers experienced and aggressive in this kind of defense. Asylum is offered to refugees who have fled their countries due to fear of political, racial or religious persecution.

The three different ways in which you can gain immigration status in the US on grounds of fear of persecution in your own country include: asylum, withholding of removal or deportation and getting protection under the United Nations Convention against Torture. We provide all types of services you may need with regards to asylum.

Naturalization – We make it easy for you to gain US citizenship by getting you through the long and tedious naturalization process. We are experienced in handling all the various ways in which you can become a citizen, including joining the military, dual citizenship, renunciation, employment, residence and many others.

Certain factors such as being of good moral character can help you in the naturalization process. We make use of such factors to build an outstanding case for you.

Defense in Deportation – Do you fear getting deported or have already received a notice of hearing? Jackson Heights immigration lawyers can advocate for you. We understand that there isn’t one defense for deportation that suits all. Therefore, we offer different defense options to cater for the unique needs you might have.

Some of the defense options available include: challenging the charges on the notice to hearing, adjustment of status, asylum, voluntary departure, waivers, motion to suppress and many others. We are experienced in handling deportation cases even for people living in the country illegally and those without any family in the US.

Family Immigration – Separation from family is hard and that’s why the law provides immigration status on family basis. You can help your family get residency in the US in many ways. The immediate relative category applies when a petitioner is either a spouse, parent or has unmarried children (21 years and younger).

In this category, the applicants do not have to wait in line for the visas. The other category is that of family preference or sponsored visa. It includes all other relatives not in the category of immediate relatives. The applicants have to wait since there is a cap to the number of immigrants allowed in each year.

We will advise you on the options available and guide you through the process of family immigration.

Other services you can get from our Jackson Heights immigration lawyer include: employment authorization, visa application for different types of visas, immigration bonds, extensions, unlawful presence, writs of mandamus and many other immigration issues you may have.

You can depend on our experience to get you through the complex immigration processes with ease and positive results.

Contact us to talk to an immigration lawyer in Jackson Heights to help with your immigration issues


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