Experienced Immigration Attorneys
The immigration process before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), the National Visa Center and United States Department of State has many technical steps, and to be successful, they all need to be done properly. We work with immigrants, employees and employers to advise clients on adjustment of status (green cards), citizenship, naturalization, asylum, removal and deportation. With over fifteen years of experience, we can help you successfully navigate the immigration visa process.
Work-Based Visas and Green Cards, and Student Visas
Certain immigrants are eligible for temporary non-immigrant visas, and others are eligible for "green card" or lawful permanent residence through a U.S. employer. Our experienced lawyers represent immigrants and their employers on these business visas and employment-based "green cards."
Deportation and Removal
At Glickman LLC, we represent immigrants in removal and deportation proceedings before the Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and federal district and First Circuit Court of Appeals. If you have overstayed or otherwise violated the terms of your visa, entered the United States without inspection or are a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) facing deportation or removal because of a criminal conviction, please call our immigration defense attorneys.
We represent asylum seekers from South America, Europe, Asia and Africa before the USCIS asylum office on affirmative asylum applications. We research country conditions, gather documentation and evidence, identify and contract non-expert and expert witnesses, write applicant and witness affidavits, prepare asylum applications and represent clients at the asylum interview. We also defend asylum applicants in removal proceedings and challenge denied applications before the BIA and in federal court.
LGBTQ Immigration Issues
Glickman LLC has years of experience representing the LGBTQ community for family based visas, asylum petitions and other related immigration needs. We understand the needs of the LGBTQ community and work with you individually to successfully manage your immigration needs
Criminal Immigration Issues
Whether you are a lawful permanent resident or a nonimmigrant visa holder, any arrest and/or conviction can seriously affect your immigrant status. If you are an immigrant facing criminal charges, it is important that you address the potential immigration consequences immediately. Our law firm is highly regarded in the legal community for its innovative solutions for immigrants entangled in the criminal system.