New York Immigration Lawyers
Serving Clients in New York & New Jersey
The United States of America is widely considered as the land of opportunity, which is why thousands of immigrants wish to work, live, or even visit our country. However, the U.S. immigration system is quite complex and ever-changing. A mistake on an application could result in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could either force you to resubmit your petition or deny you entirely. That is why having an experienced immigration attorney on your side throughout the legal process can help you fulfill your immigration goals.
At the Law Offices of Iannuzzi and Iannuzzi, our firm has extensive experience handling all types of immigration matters. Whether it is applying for citizenship or contesting deportation, one of our attorneys is available to help you at any time you need us.
Our experienced legal team handles the following types of immigration matters:
- Naturalization or citizenship
- Family-based visas
- Employment-based visas
- Visitor visas
- Student visas
- Deportation defense
- Criminal immigration
How We Can Help
The process to become a naturalized United States Citizen can be a long and hard one. There are many applications and many nuanced rules involved throughout the process. It is not as simple as it is portrayed on television, that one need only marry a citizen to become legalized, there is a longer process. It is important to have an experienced attorney to help you through the system.
It is also important to know that if you are charged with a crime, even a simple crime for which there is no jail penalty, that crime may be a basis for the immigration authorities to deport you from the United States. If you or someone you love is being accused of a crime, it is wise to consult a skilled immigration attorney to represent you during the proceedings. Our firm has an extensive amount of experience handling criminal defense matters on top of providing legal assistance with immigration issues.
You should do this before pleading guilty or accepting any plea agreement. Once that initial plea is entered, it will affect the proceedings until their resolution.
Once you plead guilty, even to a minor crime, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials may begin removal proceedings against you. These charges are often wrong, and overly strict. You may be eligible for relief from any attempt at deportation.
Ready to Help You Immediately
If you or someone you love is in immigration custody, do not answer questions, initial, or sign any paperwork. Reach out to our New York immigration attorney immediately for help.
Call our office at 212-227-9595 to get knowledgeable and high-quality legal assistance.