The United States Immigration process is complex, time consuming, and difficult. It is always best to consult an attorney before you file any documents with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
• Permanent Residence Applications for family members both in and outside the United States
• Alien Relative Petitions and Fiancé Petitions
• Consular Processing for Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas
• Applications for Removal of Conditions
• Advance Parole/Permission to Travel
• Employment Authorizations
• Document Replacement: Alien Registration Card, Naturalization Certificate, etc.
• Green Cards, Naturalization, and U.S. Citizenship
• Aliens of Extraordinary Ability
• Advanced Degree Professionals
• Labor Certification Applications
• National Interest Waivers
• Exchange Visitors
• International Business Executives and Managers and Transferees
• H-1B Professionals
• L-1 Transferees
• O-1 Artists and Others of Extraordinary Ability
• E-Treaty Investors
• J-1 Exchange Visitors, including Medical Professionals
• NAFTA/TN North American Free Trade Agreement cases
•Denial of Applications
•Deportation or Removal Proceedings
•Petitions for Review and Declaratory Relief to U.S. Federal Circuit Courts
•Motions to Reconsider and Reopen
•Hearings before Immigration Judges
•Stays of Deportation and Cancellation of Removal
•Appeals of Decisions
•Consequences of being out-of-status
We will fight to protect your legal rights if entangled in the Federal Immigration Justice System. We represent clients in immigration proceedings in New York State as well as in Federal Circuit Courts throughout the United States. We offer counsel to individuals and businesses which become the targets of deportation and removal proceedings.
We can represent you in front of the Immigration Court in bond hearings, Master and Individual Hearings, and Appeals to both the Executive Office for Immigration Review ("EOIR") and the Board of Immigration Appeals ("BIA").
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ("ICE") may initiate deportation proceedings for a number of reasons. A visa holder’s criminal conviction, an unfavorable decision in an asylum application, or a denial of a visa petition which may cause ICE to issue a Notice to Appear ("NTA") in Immigration Court. If you or a loved one has been issued a Notice to Appear, please call our office immediately for a consultation.
Law Offices of Frank H. Guzman, PC
9611 101 Avenue
Ozone Park, New York 11416
Tel: (718) 843-1595
Fax: (718) 843-1295