I handle all sorts of immigration law cases, including getting a green card, applying for citizenship, sponsoring a family member or foreign national worker, coming to the U.S to study, fighting deportation, asylum, and applying for various temporary visas and statuses.
Immigration is a complicated field and even seemingly simple applications can become problematic very quickly if you don't know exactly what should be done. I have a great track record of success for cases I handle from beginning to end, and in rescuing troubled cases.
I also consult on immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Did you know that lawful permanent residents can be deported if convicted of certain serious crimes and most drug-related crimes? If someone you know is not yet a citizen and has been arrested or charged with a crime, that person should know what effect a conviction will have on his or her immigration status before agreeing to plead guilty in exchange for avoiding a trial.
My office is located in Philadelphia in Center City East, at:
The Benjamin Franklin
834 Chestnut Street, Suite 206
Philadelphia PA 19107