At our law firm, we fully appreciate that in no area of law is reassurance more needed than in immigration law. We achieve this goal by providing clients with well reviewed and process immigration paperwork and, when court appearance is necessary, we put forward arguments that we believe will place our clients in the best position at successfully obtaining the desired immigration benefit. Our attorneys have over 25 years of combined experience assisting clients.
Our firm is active within the NY and NJ area, advocating on behalf of immigrants and regularly doing ‘know your rights’ seminars and talks ranging from important requirements for Green Card Holders (LPRs) and US Citizenship, Asylum process, ICE questioning or arrests, amongst others.
Our firm has had numerous success stories over the years. An ongoing recent case, which had been litigated for over four years, DNIS counsel obtained stay from removal for a client who was a victim of domestic violence and faced deportation and possible separation from her US Citizen child. This matter was appealed to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals to compel the immigration services to consider granting the client lawful permanent residence status. Recently, our law firm stoped the deportation of Green Card holder who had committed a crime over 15 years but had successfully shown rehabilitation and wasn’t a threat to the security or welfare of the US.
Our Immigration Law Practice areas include:
Green Card (Legal Permanent Residency) from Marriage or Family Sponsor
– Marriage to US Citizen based sponsorship for a Green Card (I-130). Even if your spouse is in the United States on a visa or overstayed their visa (I-130 & I-485) and also get Employment authorization document (EAD) Card by filing (I-765). Our attorneys has helped hundreds of clients successfully obtain their Green Cards for over 10 years. Our firm’s attorney Mohammad Saleem explains the Green Card through marriage interview questions:
– Petitioning family members of US Citizens such as mother, father, son, daughter, brothers and sisters overseas.
– Fiancé visa (K1 visa) for person overseas and then marriage in US for Green Card Sponsorship (I-485).
Asylum and Deportation Defense
– Affirmative and Defensive Asylum filings (I-589) to stop deportation/removal due to persecution by government or individuals on basis of persecution on political, religious, ethic/race, social (LGBTQ), or nationality.
– Cancellation of Removal for Non-Permanent Residents with family members who are US citizens in the USA (i.e. minor US citizen children) and representing Undocumented Clients fearing arrests by ICE. Our firm’s attorney Mohammad Saleem explains 3 ways immigrants can protected themselves from ICE arrests:
– 212(h)/I-601 Waiver for certain crimes which would prevent Legal Permanent Resident status or the government trying to deport Legal Permanent Resident who committed such crimes. Our firm’s attorney Mohammad Saleem explains 5 important reminders for Green Card holders to protect their Green Card status:
Below you will find some of our talks: