Advising Internationals And Americans On Visas And Green Cards For Themselves, Employees Or Family Members
Immigration to the United States comes in many forms. An immigration solution may mean a visa, a green card, asylum, a path to citizenship or relief from deportation or removal. You may seek a fiancé visa for your soon-to-be spouse from Canada, Mexico, China or elsewhere. Grandparents from India, Pakistan or other countries may come for extended stays in the U.S. with working immigrant families through family-based visas. You may need a work visa for yourself or for an employee. Whether you entered the U.S. with inspection, or without, there may be a path to immigration status for you. Contact Dena to learn about the opportunities for your specific case. You may have a more urgent need for removal of a deportation order.
For Best Results And Peace Of Mind, Do Not Attempt To Resolve Your Immigration Matter Without Legal Counsel
Whatever your immigration goal, an experienced lawyer who gets to know you and your situation very well can be a great ally. If you try to resolve immigration problems yourself, you may end up with delays, denial of your application or worse, deportation and a ban from re-entering the U.S. for 10 years. The Law Office of Dena Ghobashy, PLLC, primarily serves Dutchess County, Orange County and other regions of New York. Some clients of the firm are still abroad but intend to immigrate to New York.
Attorney Dena Ghobashy helps both Americans seeking visas for relatives and workers, and people from other countries. Permanent residents often ask for help with citizenship applications. International students in the U.S. on student visas sometimes need help avoiding expiration of those visas. Other foreign students need help applying for adjustment of status in order to complete professional internships upon graduation.
- Fiancé visas
- K3 visas
- J-1 visas
- Visa extensions
- Invitation and sponsorship letters
- Family based green cards
- Adjustment of status to permanent resident
- Temporary protected status (“TPS”)
- Waivers for hardship
- Waivers for inadmissibility
- Citizenship and naturalization
Get Clear Guidance With Your New York Immigration Matter
Avoid delays and denials when applying for family-based visas or work visas. Many people have failed at their attempts to obtain visas and green cards because of wrong fees, wrong forms, wrongly completed applications or insufficient evidence of eligibility. Prevent trouble. Do it right the first time. Maximize your chances of success. Contact The Law Office of Dena Ghobashy, PLLC, at 845-432-5707 to schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer in Poughkeepsie.