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Immigration Law

The United States immigration system is extremely complex and constantly changing. Unfortunately, many individuals wrongly assume that since most immigration applications are form-based, the underlying laws are also simple and straightforward. Many of our clients come to us after they have made mistakes on their own or by the “immigration specialists” who handle their cases. Once made, these mistakes can be very difficult and costly to correct.

Only an experienced attorney can ensure that you and your family get the best possible outcome when you apply for immigration benefits. Our staff can provide the personalized and attentive service you require in these sensitive and crucial matters.

To schedule a consultation with one of our immigration attorneys call day or night, 703-525-4700. For After hours emergency legal service call 518-727-3593.

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