Immigration Law since 1976
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Our mission at Harary Law is to provide compassionate, effective legal representation to individuals and families seeking to call the United States their new home. We take a personalized approach to every case and work tirelessly to ensure that our clients receive the attention they deserve. Our lawyers specialize in a variety of immigration matters, from marriage-based green cards to deportation defense cases.
At Harary Law, our focus is on keeping families together and providing support through the entire immigration process. We understand just how overwhelming and stressful it can be, and we are here to help. Our experienced team will guide you through every step of the process, providing top-notch legal representation to help you achieve your immigration goals. Contact us today to learn more about our services.
Our Practice Areas
Harary Law is a trusted immigration law firm that can help you pursue your American dream. We specialize in obtaining immigrant visas and lawful permanent resident status, commonly known as "green cards." If you are the spouse, parent, or child of a U.S. citizen or the spouse or unmarried son or daughter of a lawful permanent resident, you may qualify for these types of visas. Let us help you navigate the complex U.S. immigration system.
We assist employers looking to hire and sponsor foreign nationals and individuals self-petitioning based on their unique skills or abilities. From filing the petition, preparing the supporting documents, responding to requests for evidence, attending the interview, and obtaining the visa stamp, our team will guide you through the process, making it hassle-free and efficient.
We understand the importance of competent legal representation when facing immigration issues. The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), a sub-agency of the United States Department of Justice, conducts and oversees removal proceedings in immigration courts. We're proud to have helped hundreds of individuals facing removal proceedings, and we strive to continue providing personalized and effective representation to each of our clients.
Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) Court Proceedings
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We offer a comprehensive array of services, from initiating the visa process to obtaining citizenship. You can count on the utmost professionalism in all that we do.
What We Do
Getting married is an exciting time, but when you marry a US citizen, it can also mean you have a chance to live and work in the United States. You can apply for a marriage based green card from inside the U.S. or from abroad, depending on your situation.
Marriage-Based Green Card
Certain noncitizens may be eligible for a Green Card based on their family relationship with a US citizen or a lawful permanent resident. Visas are immediately available for spouses, parents, and children of US citizens. Other relatives, including a relationship with a green card holder, are required to wait until a visa becomes available.
Asylum applications require a thorough understanding of immigration law and the ability to present clear and compelling evidence in support of your case. At Harary Law, we have extensive experience handling asylum applications and other immigration-related matters. We are dedicated to helping our clients successfully secure asylum and providing them with the tools they need to thrive in the United States.
If you are currently in the United States, under 21 years old, and can show that you are dependent on a juvenile court, you may be eligible for a green card through Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) classification. The process is lengthy, but rewarding and requires careful attention.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
We understand the challenges that military families face when it comes to keeping their loved ones in the United States. That's why we offer our Parole in Place (PIP) service, which allows certain undocumented family members of military personnel to stay in the country legally, giving them peace of mind and the opportunity to build a better life for themselves and their families.
Parole in Place (Family of Military)
Some immigration applicants may have a history of actions that could disqualify them from obtaining legal status in the states. These actions may include criminal convictions, immigration violations, or security risks. A waiver is a request for forgiveness from the U.S. government that allows you to proceed with your immigration case despite your inadmissibility grounds.