New York Immigration & Citizenship Lawyers

New York Immigration & Citizenship Lawyers

New York Immigration & Citizenship Lawyers is dedicated to serving individuals and businesses in all matters of Immigration, Naturalization and International Law.

We are a firm experienced in Immigration & Citizenship Law and we seek to provide you with individual attention and professional service at every step on your journey.

U.S. Immigration Law is extremely complex and the citizenship and immigration attorneys at New York Immigration & Citizenship Law Offices can help individuals arrange a variety of visas including visas for investors, employment-based visas, family-based visas, fiancée visas, nonimmigrant visas, student visas and work permits.

Should you consider staying in the United States for an extended period of time, our Saint Louis immigration attorneys can help with the complicated process of obtaining Lawful Permanent Residency (“green card status”) , possibly leading to citizenship through naturalization.

Additionally, our Saint Louis lawyers can address any legal problems or hurdles you might face while in the United States involving family petitions, deportation defenses, petitions for asylum and non-citizen criminal defense.

We serve not only individuals but businesses and can provide your company with strategic guidance to assist with transferring employees to the United States or with investing in the New York Immigration & Citizenship Law Offices can also advise you in matters of Import and Export Law.

Attorneys at our New York law firm can also help you should you need assistance in areas of General Practice, Business Law, Business Formation, Commercial Sale/Lease, Traffic/DWI and Family Law including Divorce, Annulments, Paternity, Adoption, and Guardianship.

The immigration process can be full of challenges, obstacles and unexpected hazards. Our law firm works diligently to help all of our clients achieve their immigration goals, whether it is a short-term residence or help on the longer road towards naturalization as a United States citizen.