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Top Immigration Lawyer in NYC

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Best NYC Immigration Lawyer

Clients Are #1

The Law Office of Jason A. Dennis is dedicated to ensuring that every single client's best interests are our #1 priority. We promise to do everything in our power to protect your rights.

Experience

Jason has years of experience helping people from all walks of life deal with their immigration issues. He has dedicated himself to making sure all of his clients are provided the highest quality legal services.

Knowledge

Through years of experience practicing immigration law, Jason has developed a name for himself in NYC. His knowledge of how the system works ensures that his client's are well taken care of.

NYC Office

60 E 42nd St
Suite 4000
New York, NY 10165

(516) 494-7373

What People Are Saying

“Best Lawyer!!!
Jason Esq. Has gone far beyond any normal lawyer. He was reachable and obtainable. He even communicated by text. He made us feel like normal people not just like a number or one of many clients, which means a lot!!! I would definitely recommend him.”

FAQ

What Type of Visa do You Need to Become a Permanent Resident of the US?
There are a number of visas available to foreign nationals wishing to permanently immigrate to the United States depending on their current status. If you are a foreign national engaged to a U.S. citizen there is a fiancé visa, if you are related to a U.S. citizen and wish to immigrate there are family visas, a work visa if you are experienced in a particular field or industry, and more.
What Should You Do if Your Visa Expires?
There are a number of visas available to foreign nationals wishing to permanently immigrate to the United States depending on their current status. If you are a foreign national engaged to a U.S. citizen there is a fiancé visa, if you are related to a U.S. citizen and wish to immigrate there are family visas, a work visa if you are experienced in a particular field or industry, and more.
Can You Work While Waiting on a Green Card?
If you have a valid H-1B or L-1 visa, you can continue working in the U.S. even while waiting on approval for a green card. Green card applicants are not able to start working in the United States without one of those Visas until they obtain a work permit by filing an I-765.
How do You Apply For Asylum?
You must submit an I-589 form to apply for asylum. If you are in removal proceedings, meaning that you have a hearing with an Immigration Judge scheduled, your asylum application must be submitted to the Immigration Court.  If you are not in removal proceedings the application must be submitted to USCIS.  In most cases, an asylum application must be filed within one year of your date of entry to the United States.  A successful application must show the applicant fears persecution in their home country due to their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.  Asylum cases tend to be very complex and require extensive evidence. It is recommended to contact an attorney before filing an application due to how complicated these cases are.
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