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We know that the U.S. immigration process is confusing, complicated, and often contradictory. Our job is to help you successfully navigate a system characterized by ever-changing regulations and procedures. Please browse the resources we have made available on our website.
If you want to learn more about these options, we recommend that you schedule a consultation. A consultation allows us to review all of the facts in your situation, and present you with the options relevant to your specific situation. We can also quote you a fee for any option you wish to pursue with our assistance after speaking with you. Please note that the consultation fee may be applied towards legal fees if we are retained within 72 hours of the consultation.
You can schedule a consultation by calling 212-796-8844 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org noting “Consultation Request” in the subject line. Please include your CV and any specific questions you wish to address with your email.
Here are just some of the reasons our clients recommend us:
Our expertise runs the gamut from more routine H-1Bs to complex O-1s; from PERM to self-petitions for aliens of extraordinary ability.
Suzanne has lectured extensively and written numerous articles on EB-1 and EB-2 petitions, and has successfully represented hundreds of individuals over the last twenty years. Suzanne currently serves on American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (AILA) USCIS Policy and Benefits Committee. She is the past Chair of AILA’s Service Center Operations (SCOPs) Committee, and the past Chair of AILA’s USCIS Liaison Committee. In the latter capacity, she drafted AILA’s comment to USCIS on its EB-1 policy memorandum and RFE template.
Suzanne holds leadership positions in AILA, NAFSA: Association for International Education, International Medical Graduate Taskforce, and the New York Anti-Trafficking Network. We work on behalf of these organizations with the government to advocate both for policy changes and for adjudications that are consistent with the law.
In the face of inconsistent adjudications and confusing standards, our approval rate remains more than 95%. We have successfully represented thousands of individuals, including self-petitioned green cards in a wide range of fields and disciplines. Click here to read some of our success stories.