If you or someone you know has committed specific offenses that may allow the U.S. authorities to deport you back to your country of origin, you will need to be represented in immigration court to fight deportation. These legal proceedings are known as removal proceedings. Read more here about what they entail and the defenses available to you.
In a large number of cases, bringing a loved one to the United States as a citizen or permanent resident is a particularly difficult task that involves a variety of challenges. Robert Maher can help you navigate this often-confusing and complicated process in order to reach the best potential results. If you are a United States citizen or a permanent resident and would like to petition for a family member or fiancée, we can assist you with your petition, help you prepare for your interview or Stokes hearing, and guide you through the steps associated with consular processing if your family member lives overseas.
Read more here about family immigration.
EB-1 Visas (Employer-Sponsored Green Card)
EB-1 applicants are people with a highly specialized and valuable skill set that makes them unique among employees. If you have an extraordinary ability, are an outstanding professor or researcher, or are a multinational executive or manager, you may qualify for this visa. EB-1 visas are a pathway to getting a Green Card. Read more here about the application requirements.
EB-5 Visas (Green Card for Investors)
Our New York City immigration lawyer also guides investors seeking opportunities in the United States through the EB-5 visa. He assists clients in planning and preparing for their lives in the United States so that the transition is a smooth one. This assistance may include advising clients of the potential estate planning consequences of moving to the United States, assisting with the purchase of a condo, co-op, or home, or ensuring that the client has been adequately advised of the tax consequences of immigrating to the United States. Read more here about EB-5 visas.
H-1B Visas (Employer-Sponsored Employment Visa)
H1-B visas include a number of different types of visas for businesses, investors, artists, performers, medical professionals, students, and researchers. Our firm helps employers and employees secure and maintain their visas.
E-3 Visas (Employment Visa for Australians for Specialty Occupation)
Robert Maher has helped Australian nationals with a work visa that is unique to them. The E-3 visa is available to Australians who have an offer of employment from a company in the United States that wishes to employ them for a "specialty occupation." These Australians have the theoretical and practical application of a body of knowledge in that specialty field that their U.S. employer needs. Read more here for how we help Australians secure their E-3 visas.
Call the Law Office of Robert J. Maher, PC today at (646) 681-1977 to speak with our immigration lawyer in New York City.