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Green Card Immigration Attorney

Mr. Lerner handles all types of immigration cases, and can get you, your family and your relatives green cards based upon several different criteria and upon several types of qualifications.

As for all immigration matters at the Immigration Courts, USCIS, BICE, BCBP, BALCA, Department of Labor, and the Board of Immigration Appeals, our firm can prepare all matters in every state in the United States, Puerto Rico and Guam. Mr. Lerner has traveled all over the United States to help people with their immigration needs.Mr. Lerner can handle the toughest of deportation cases as well as any appeal, Petition for Review or Motion to Reopen case. Mr. Lerner is frequently present in immigration court, representing individuals in deportation, removal, waiver asylum, withholding of removal and adjustment of status hearings. He has prepared numerous appellate briefs to the Board of Immigration Appeals and other appellate boards at the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services. He has appealed and argued cases in the Circuit Court of Appeals all over the United States.
Mr. Lerner has prepared business visas for individuals from all over the world. Our firm has clients from practically every continent on Earth. His visa experience extends to Treaty Traders, Treaty Investors, Intercompany Transferees, Speciality Occupations, Training programs, and NAFTA visas. He has extensive experience in most all other types of visas issued. In addition to his visa experience, Mr. Lerner has prepared Multinational Manager, National Interest Waiver and Extraordinary Alien petitions for highly qualified foreigners.

Mr. Lerner’s clients are from all over the United States and many countries around the world. Immigration Law is Federal Law. Therefore, a petition or application would be prepared the same in Texas, Florida, or any other State as it would in California. It is more important for you to make sure that you have an expert attorney in Immigration Law prepare your case, rather than a lawyer who happens to be local. There is too much at stake to just give your case to anyone.

There are many types of Green Cards that can be issued. Some come from employment based applications such as the PERM, or National Interest Waiver or Extraordinary Ability Aliens. Some come from Religious Visas such as the Special Immigrant Religious Work. Some come from family such as from your spouse, parent, son/daughter or sibling. Some are from the Diversity Lottery or from Various Teaching Positions. Some are from asylum or political type applications. Some are from orphan or adoption of a child, or from laws applied through under the Child Citizenship Protection Act.

Just come into our office for a free consultation to see what you might qualify to apply for at the U.S. Consulate. Alternative, make an appointment at APPOINTMENT

3 Comments - Leave a Comment
  • Marisa Cawley -

    I just got engaged to a man from Turkey. We have been together for 2.5 years. He has lived here in NH for 3. My fiance’s H1B expires Jan. 9, 2014. We cannot have a wedding until late Fall of 2013 or December. This way, he would not have to pay for the renewal of his H1B, and we would be able to put that $3,000 towards our wedding. Do you think that this wedding date would be viewed by immigration officials as too close to the time of his visa’s expiration?

    Thank you.

    Marisa Cawley

  • Romwel Tan -

    Hi Sir,

    I am a permanent resident and got my green card since may 2003 i was 17 years old when i entered into united states also my father became a u.s citizen 1998 so i was covered by child citizen and 2004 we applied for my citizenship and i was denied because my mother was not married to my father, they ask my father to sign and withraw the petition for my citizenship. now last 2008 i came back to the philippines and did not return to u.s.a and my green card has been expired last may 2013. i believe i do not have the right to come back to the united states right?.

    Thank you so much.

    Best Regards,

    Romwel D.Tan

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