New Jersey Immigration Lawyer
The immigration process begins by securing a visa to enter this country. You must have a visa before you can apply for a green card or permanent residency. Once you submit your application for residency, the Department of Homeland Security will conduct a background check. If you have been charged with any criminal offenses while in this country, including violations of immigration laws, your application may be denied. Criminal charges by themselves can result in immediate removal or deportation. If you are facing deportation, our firm can provide seasoned legal counsel regarding your immigration status, and aggressive defense.
Legal Assistance in New Jersey Immigration Cases
Before you can apply for permanent residency in this country, you must possess a valid visa. There are many different types of visas that will enable you to enter the U.S. A knowledgeable New Jersey immigration attorney can answer all of your questions regarding visas and the immigration process. Musa-Obregon & Associates is a full-service immigration law firm that can assist you with all aspects of the immigration process, including
naturalization & citizenship.
We also provide effective representation in cases involving criminal deportation and
immigration detainers. If you have been denied a visa, green card or permanent residency, attorneys at our firm can also help you
appeals. Our firm is well-versed in
immigration law, and will provide the legal support needed to achieve your immigration objectives. We speak Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Arabic, Hebrew, French, and Haitian Creole and several Nigerian languages.
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