The right to remain in the United States is one of the most personal and important legal rights a person has. Lawful immigration status allows families to remain together and employees to earn a living. It allows refugees, victims of human trafficking, and other crime victims to safely live in the United States on humanitarian grounds. These are critical human rights. Citizens of other countries do not have to fight the full force of the United States government on their own in order to defend these rights. With an experienced immigration lawyer in Dutchess County, Ulster County, and Orange County on your side, you can enforce your legal right to live and work in the United States.
Cases We Handle
There are many different types of legal issues that can arise during the immigration process. Here are some of the many cases we handle:
- Family Immigration
- Deportation Proceedings
- Business Immigration
- Waivers & Appeals
- Naturalization & Citizenship
There are many, many different types of immigration cases. Your options will depend on the specific facts of your unique circumstance. This is why it is so important to consult with an experienced immigration attorney about your particular case. There might be visas or exceptions you weren’t aware of that could apply in your situation. Only a skilled immigration lawyer will know all the options available to you and be able to suggest the best strategy based on your particular circumstances.
An Experienced Immigration Lawyer in Dutchess County, Ulster County, and Orange County
Nicklaus Misiti is an immigration attorney with extensive experience in a wide variety of immigration matters, serving clients in Dutchess County, Ulster County, and Orange County, New York. He has helped many clients explore immigration options on family, work, humanitarian, and other legal grounds. Call 845.926.1177 or contact us online to schedule your consultation with one of New York’s leading immigration lawyers. Don’t delay – the sooner you begin the process, the better options you will have for obtaining lawful immigration status.