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Our experienced immigration attorneys are prepared to help you successfully open an immigration case.


Complete our online questionnaire

Just answer a few questions about yourself.


Our Law Firm will review your case by telephone

We will review your information together and help determine the best path for you.


We prepare & file your case with the court

Let us take care of your case and deal with the courts for you.

With You Throughout The Process

  • Green card applications through Family, Employment or Investment.

    Weather you apply via employment or through a family member, we will help you get legal permanent resident (LPR) status.

  • Immigration litigation in the courts

    If your case has been sent to court, we are ready to provide a vigorous defense of your application or your status.

  • Specialized in filing immigration appeals throughout the U.S.

    We are ready to appeal any negative immigration decision and seek another opportunity for your case. Don’t give up; you’re not alone.

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About Us

We provide high-quality, immigration services and treat our clients with dignity, sensitivity, and respect. Our attorneys will work hard every day to keep you and your family together in the United States.


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How long do I need to live in the United States to qualify to get a green card?

The length of time you need to live in the United States will depend on your family relationships. If you are married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 584 days, or about a year and a half. If you are not married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 913 days or about two and a half years to be a candidate.

How long does it usually take to get a green card?

According to the US Immigration Services, an application to be a permanent resident can take from 7 months to 2.8 years, this depends on several factors.

Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?

If you already have a work visa, you can continue working, during the Green Card application process. Our attorneys can answer any questions you may have about the jobs allowed.

Most Recent News

The Trump Administration presented a new plan to reform the U.S. immigration system in May 2019. This proposal favors young immigrants with higher education and aims to remove the popular Green Card lottery. Talk with the professionals at our firm today to understand your rights.

June 16, 2019

The new Drivers Licence Saw will take effect in December 2019

The law that will allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license will take effect in six months. The law…

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May 1, 2019

New York approves the NY Dream Act that authorizes scholarships to young migrants

New York approves the NY Dream Act that authorizes scholarships to young migrants. Students will be able to access state…


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