Offices in New Jersey and New York City
You and your family need a good attorney more than ever.
Your family, your livelihood and your freedom depend on your decisions as an immigrant.
My job, as an immigration attorney is to guide you in your decisions with the reward of your green card and ultimately citizenship. I've handled over two thousand immigration cases - all types! Citizenship, green card interviews, waivers, visas, removal defense, Federal District and Circuit Courts - I've won cases at all levels.
Unlike some attorneys, I am admitted to the Federal Bars of New York, and New Jersey, and can use these powerful courts to your advantage. I also do not "dabble" in immigration. For the past 10 years, I've worked tirelessly for immigrants throughout the country.
Every day, I refine my skills, get better and better so that I can give you and your family security and comfort. You want, and deserve the best for your spouse, child or parent. That's what I do. I prepare and oversee cases myself. I try to anticipate problems and solve them before they become worse. I work with you to achieve the best outcome possible in each case.
You deserve to know that your case will be managed by a lawyer - not a notario, real estate agent or a cut-rate attorney dabbling in immigration. You and your family deserve that. You deserve the comfort and peace of mind that comes with an experienced attorney.
I'd love to hear from you about your case and see what this firm can do to help you and your family.
Stoke/Marriage Fraud Interviews
It's no surprise that USCIS suspects some marriages to be "fake" or fraudulent. Marriages come in all shapes and sizes. But that doesn't mean that USCIS will believe every couple who walks in is a real marriage.
When USICS suspects a marriage is fraudulent, they will separate the spouses and ask many, many questions that are both intrusive and detailed. Not doing well on a bad marriage fraud interview can get your case denied, but in some cases, interviews go so poorly, USCIS will ask one spouse to write a written statement or confession against the other (usually the immigrant) spouse. The US Citizen spouse is often intimidated by threats of jail and fines (marriage fraud is punishable by up to 5 years in jail.) If this is done, the immigrant could be PERMANENTLY barred from getting a visa approved. This is serious!
So how can a lawyer help you? Firstly, if you have a fraudulent marriage, STOP!!! You will do more harm than good if you are caught.
Having an attorney send a message to USCIS that your husband or wife matters to you. A lawyer will protect you in the interview, and make sure that USCIS officers don't bully you or your spouse.
Finally, hiring a lawyer will save you money. I've come across too many cases where people went without an attorney, had a problem, and spend tens of thousands of dollars to fix it.
If you are married to a U.S. Citizen, but entered the United States by crossing the border, you could possibly benefit from the 601A waiver. This waiver is still available, even under the Trump administration, but it is very important that you speak to an attorney before you submit anything as there are always risk involved.
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2125 Center Ave
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
(201) 448-9837 (Phone)
(201) 479-1162 (Fax)