Brooklyn is home to 2.6 million people and is the largest borough of New York City by population. This vibrant urban area would be the fourth largest city in the United States if it were an independent city. Immigrants helped to build Brooklyn and are an integral part of its ongoing success and growth. Making sure these individuals and families receive the right legal support is essential to maintaining their contributions and their participation in the economic growth of Brooklyn and the entire United States.
Recent policy changes and adjustments have made it more difficult for immigrants to live and work safely in the U.S. Working with a qualified and knowledgeable Brooklyn immigration lawyer is the best way to deal with a wide range of immigration issues, including resolving of overstays of school or work visas, acquiring green cards for spouses and family members, applying for asylum or dealing with detentions and deportation proceedings in our area.
By working with a Brooklyn immigration lawyer, you and your family can access the information and expertise that you need to resolve your problems with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and other federal agencies involved in immigration. If you have overstayed your visa, your attorney can work on your behalf to resolve this problem without exposing you to risks in the immigration office or courthouse setting. Your attorney can file paperwork and provide documentation for your case to give you the best possible chance of attaining legal permanent residency status or citizenship in this country. These legal professionals can offer you expert guidance on the right solutions for your immigration needs.
If you need a qualified and caring Brooklyn immigration lawyer, Pozo Goldstein can provide you with the help and support you need to obtain a green card, apply for citizenship or resolve issues with ICE and USCIS. Our team includes a former judge and two former prosecutors in the immigration field, which can help you feel more confident about your situation here in the U.S. Call us today at 212-201-9031 to set up an appointment for a free consultation in our office. We look forward to the opportunity to help you and your family to achieve your own versions of the American dream.
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