New York Immigration Lawyers Providing Simple Solutions To Complex Immigration Problems
The United States takes almost 1.2 million immigrants annually, which is why there is a need for immigrant lawyers in every state. It is no easy task, and the process is pretty complicated.
Su Caso has experience helping immigrants and dealing with the most complex legal matters that may arise at any time in your case. Our team consists of legal experts that specialize in issues of immigration and have helped many individuals resolve their issues in migrating to New York.
New York Immigration
Concerning immigration, New York has become the first state in the United States to ensure the protection of immigrants from being detained or permanently separated from their family members, especially in cases where they cannot afford a lawyer.
Many New Yorkers have nonimmigrant visas or green cards that allow them to live there. Regardless of whether a person has an immigrant visa, it is imperative to adhere to all rules to avoid breaking laws and qualify for immigration privileges.
Apply for a Nonimmigrant Visa Of Any Class
To enter the United States, all foreigners require a visa, which can be a temporary visa, student visa, or employee visa for an interim period. The selection of nonimmigrant visas includes:
- B Category Visas for Nonimmigrant Visitors
- C-1/D Visas for the Working Class
- F Category Visas for those coming to the U.S. to study
- H Category Visas for Workers
- J Category Visas for those here on Exchange Visits
There are set eligibility requirements for each visa type, and you can apply for the one you are most eligible for. However, the U.S. Embassy reserves the right to deny your application if they believe you don't meet the requirements.
We Can Help You Apply For Your Citizenship
Many citizenship applications get rejected even before applicants have the chance to take the citizenship test. It can occur because you might not be fully informed of your eligibility for citizenship. It would be best to employ an immigration lawyer to help you complete the entire 21-page application to avoid wasting your time, money, or resources.
Tips for applying for a green card in New York:
- The process can be long and complicated, so it's essential to be prepared.
- Ensure your documents are in order before you begin the application process.
- The application process can be expensive, so be sure to save up.
- You will likely have to attend an interview as part of the process.
- It's important to remember that the green card is a privilege, not a right. If you are granted one, it's important to follow all the rules and regulations that come with it.
Asylum and refugee protection
Under the U.S. immigrant laws, the authorities can grant asylum to those who fear persecution upon returning to their home country or last country of stay. The persecution might be because of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, and social groups such as sexual orientation and gender.
An application that is not filed correctly or has insufficient evidence has a high chance of rejection. No matter your immigration issue, our legal experts at Su Caso will assist you in resolving your concerns efficiently. We offer free consultations by phone for your convenience. You can contact us at 718-424-5560
What are the grounds for deportation in New York?
According to the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act, there are some circumstances in which a person who does not possess U.S. citizenship must be deported back to their country of origin. Once you have migrated to the United States as a permanent resident, the conditions in which you may be subjected to deportation include:
- Violated your status as a permanent resident or failed to maintain resident status
- Engaged in terrorism or espionage and committed two or more crimes
- Became a public charge within five years of immigrating to the United States
- Convicted of providing untrue information to immigration authorities
- Committed human trafficking offenses
Why is it important to be a documented immigrant?
Healthcare: Although there are many reasons why it is crucial to be a documented immigrant, one of the most important is that it allows you access to certain benefits and protections. For example, undocumented immigrants are not eligible for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This means that you may have difficulty getting the care you need and may even be at risk for deportation if you cannot pay for your care.
Worker's Rights: Working lawfully in the U.S. is another important benefit of having legal immigration status. Undocumented immigrants cannot work legally in the United States, meaning they may have to take jobs that are under the table and do not offer the same protections and benefits as jobs above the table. This can lead to working long hours for little pay. Undocumented immigrants are also at risk of exploitation by their employers.
If you need an immigration lawyer, we would be happy to go over your particular situation and help put together the best strategy to start fixing your immigration issues, contact us by calling 718-424-5560.