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Our Services

Immigration Law (click to expand)

We provide services in many areas such as: Family based immigration, deportation/removal defense, Naturalization/US Citizenship,Labor Certification, Investors Visas, Work and Student Visas, Asylum,consular practice.

Immigration Applications

We help our clients successfully applied for the appropriate employment or family visa required for a permanent residency status in the United States of America. For our clients residing in the United States we can help you pursuing your dreams on becoming a citizen.

Family Based Immigration

If you are a US Citizen petitioning for your parents, children, or any siblings, we can help you. We can also apply for green cards for the relatives of permanent residents. We strongly suggest you to fill out the forms with proper guidance. We can certainly help you.

Marriage Based Immigration

Commonly, it is misunderstood by people that applying for residence through marrying a US citizen is an "easy" way to become a residence of the United States. Please, we invite you to speak to ask first on the complex nature of this process.

Removal Cases

United States immigration Laws have changed dramatically over the past decade. Also Removal (or what is also called detention and the commencement of deportation proceedings) has arise suddenly due to many different factors. If you are facing a removal, please call us. We can find the best solution to avoid being taking away from your loved ones.

You could be facing possibility of removal for a number of reasons, including:

  • Crimes involving aggravated felonies, moral turpitude (CIMT), or crime involving drugs
  • Unlawful presence
  • Violating the terms of a visa

Begin your defense against removal proceedings. Contact Us now

Frequent Questions

Q: What is the new policy for the "DREAMers"?

To know more about the new policy for DREAMers please visit Here

Q: Is prosecutorial discretion being provided to individuals who came to the United States as children?

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Q: Is there a new immigration policy?

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Q: How does an entrant check to know if he/she was selected for the DV (Diversity Visa) Lottery?

You can check the status of your entrant here

Criminal Law (click to expand)

Our firm understands the feeling of facing Criminal Charges, and that it can be extremely intimidating. Our firm is commit to protect the right of our criminal defense clients. Being criminally charged can certainly bring stress and anxiety to anyone, and no attorney can guarantee the outcome of your case. However, we believe that fully explaining your legal position will greatly reduce your anxiety.

Last Wills and Testaments (click to expand)

A last Will and Testament allows you to communicate your wishes and make things easier for the people you leave behind. Creating a Last Will and Testament as a part of your estate plan will ensure all you leave behind, including the care of your children, will be taken care of according to your wishes.

Q: Are there any other names for a Last Will and Testament?

Last Will, Will and Testament, Will.

Q: What do I need to keep in mind in order to write my Will?

  • Designate you beneficiaries. They are people that will receive your property.
  • Appoint an Executor. This person will carry out your wishes concerning the legal and financial matters of your estate. It is probably a good idea to choose someone who is financially knowledgeable and organize rather than the person who is closest to you.
  • Pick up a guardian for your Children. In most cases, your spouse will receive most of your assets and will provide financially for your children, but you may want to separate the provisions for your children, in case something were to happen to your spouse.
  • Sign your Will in front of Witnesses. In order for your Last Will to be valid, it must be signed, and you must be of legal age and mentally competent.

Q: What to do once you have written your Will?

  • Put your Will in a Safe Place. Make sure to keep it in a secure place, generally at home in a safe or in a safe deposit box.
  • Finish Your Estate Planning. A last will is part of your Estate Planning, not the whole thing. It is important to create a power of attorney, a living will, and a living trust for your loved ones.

Q: What is a Codicil?

When it's time to update your Will, you do not have to start from scratch. You can create a Codicil to a Will to revise your Will when you get married, divorced or have a child among other reasons.

If you have any questions about what is right for you, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

Matrimonial and Family Law (click to expand)

Matrimonial and family law encompass the laws and regulations governing marriage and issues involving your family. Matrimonial and family law also include the rules governing and process of separation, annulment or divorces. This includes laws relating to marital property, separate property, equitable distribution of property, spousal support, child support, and child custody when a marriage is in the process of being, or has been dissolved. Matrimonial and family law also includes the interpretation of certain written agreements entered into by married couples or couples engaged to be married. Our firm can help with resolving disputes and setting up appropriate agreements; from pre- and post- nuptial agreements to separations, annulments and divorces. A lawyer can help with property issues, child custody and support issues, as well as domestic violence matters.

Q: Which services can our office assist you with?

  • Marital Agreements. There are a number of contracts in addition to the basic marriage contract that spouses can enter into before, during the course of, and preliminary to dissolving a marriage. These include: a pre-nuptial agreement, post-nuptial agreement, separation agreement, and a marital settlement agreement also know as a stipulation of settlement.
  • Annulment. A legal action in which one spouse challenges the validity of the marriage on specific grounds and asks the court to declare the marriage void.
  • Legal Separation. There are two forms of legal separation:
    • Judgement of Separation: It is a lawsuit in which one or both spouses seek a court ruling that they be allowed to live separate and apart.
    • Separation Agreement: It is a document where the parties agree in writing to live separate and apart and settle who will be responsible for paying what bills, child custody and visitation, how property will be divided and other issues
  • Divorce. A legal action in which one or both spouses seek to have their marriage dissolved.
  • Property Rights. Spouses enter a marriage with property, and they accumulate property during the marriage, some of which might be owned individually and some of which might be owned jointly. If the marriage ends in a legal separation or divorce, there are many issues that can arise regarding how the property will be distributed.
  • Spousal Support. Also called "Alimony" or "maintenance", this is a temporary or permanent payment that a judge orders one spouse to pay to the other during a divorce proceeding and/or after a divorce is final. The payment enables the receiving spouse to maintain a standard of living: develop skills for self-sufficiency, and/or repay one spouse for the support given to the other spouse, while the latter pursues education or other career enhancing skills.
  • Child Support. Payment made by one parent to the other parent pursuant to court order to enable children to maintain the same standard of living as they enjoyed while their parent were living together.
  • Child Custody/Visitation. The court has broad discretion to order a wide variety of custody and visitation arrangements in order to meet the best interest of the child and specific needs of each family.
  • Protection Orders. Orders issued by a court that seeks to prevent harm to a person in need of protection from a spouse or parent.
  • Fee Awards. Separation and divorce proceeding can result in substantial fees for attorneys, accountants, appraisers, and other experts. Under certain circumstances, a judge can order a party to pay those fees.

DWI Cases (click to expand)

Every case is different and there are no guarantees. Some of the most common questions are:

Q: Why do I need a lawyer for my DWI case?

Due to changes in NY DWI laws, we often advise clients to consider fighting DWI cases. The same deal you may get in the beginning is often available later. By fighting you will get the chance to a better deal. A lawyer can save you money and time, and in some cases, keep you from getting a criminal record. In some cases we can get you a deal where you would plead to a violation. It is very important to know that if you get charged with another DWI within 10 years, it becomes a felony with the potential for state prison time. Also, it means that you have been convicted of a crime.

Q: How serious is a DWI case?

It varies in every single case. However, DWI cases have become a very serious matter, costing first time offender as much as $5000 or more in fines, surcharges, higher insurance premiums, other charges, and the prospect of a criminal record.

Real Estate Law (click to expand)

Real Estate transaction and disputes in New York City are highly complex and often contentious. It is critical to have an experienced and knowledgeable real estate attorney for advice or representation. Our firm can handle the full spectrum of real estate disputes. Our areas of practice include landlord/tenant, eviction proceedings, rent stabilization, Loft Law, and appeals. Whether your case can be resolved out of court or requires litigation, we are dedicated to protecting your interests. We will be your advocates.
We provide representation in connection with commercial and residential real estate transactions. Our attorney has experience on all real estate transactions, including negotiating, drafting and reviewing contracts, coordinating and procuring financing, obtaining title reports, and closing your transaction.

Q: What are some of the areas devoted to the real estate industry?

Today there are several distinct areas of law devoted to the real estate industry. Each has its own set of rules and regulation. Some of these areas include, brokerage services, land development, property management and real estate law also make distinctions between residential and commercial types of real estate and their uses.

Bankruptcy Law (click to expand)

Bankruptcy is a scary word, and probably not what you think of as part of the definition of success. But the reality is that life takes detours and events happen that are out of our control. Job loss, foreclosure, illness, etc. There are many reasons why you may be behind on your bills and looking for a solution. Bankruptcy may be the right choice for you.
At its most basic level, bankruptcy is a means for honest, hardworking people to obtain relief from overwhelming debt. Some types of bankruptcy erase most debt altogether, while other types allow people and businesses to restructure their debt so they can make payments to their creditors while still making ends meet. At one time bankruptcy carried a heavy stigma. Today, however, it is viewed as a means of obtaining a fresh financial start. Since bankruptcy is often the result of severe distress such as divorce, death of a family member, illness, disability, or business failure, lenders often look at consumers who have filed for bankruptcy with a more sympathetic eye.

Q: Is bankruptcy only governed by federal law?

Bankruptcy is mainly governed by federal law; however, state consumer and commercial laws do carry some influence.

Q: What are the types of bankruptcy that may be filed by a consumer and business?

  • Straight Bankruptcy: It completely releases you from most of your debts, except of student loans and child support payments, If you are making payments on a car or home, and you want to keep these assets, you will make arrangements with your creditors to keep paying for them.
  • Reorganization: Allows business owners to make payments to creditors while still operating their business. This type of bankruptcy may be the best option if your business has significant income and assets.
  • Wage Earner's Bankruptcy:This type of filing does not erase personal debt; rather, it gives you the chance to make payments to your creditors over a period of time - usually 3-5 years. It allows you to keep your assets while still reducing your debt.
  • Fee Awards. Separation and divorce proceeding can result in substantial fees for attorneys, accountants, appraisers, and other experts. Under certain circumstances, a judge can order a party to pay those fees.

You work to hard to continue struggling with debt problems and dealing with harassing creditors. There are solutions that can help you get back on track, rebuild your credit, and get back to your life or your business.

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