Helping Immigrants Enter, Work in and Remain in the United States for 11 Years
Many Americans and foreign nationals living in the U.S. agree that American immigration laws need an overhaul. At the same time, the American dream remains alive and well. For immigrants living and/or working in the U.S., this situation presents frustrations and serious challenge: How can immigrants remain in the U.S. when American immigration law seems designed to keep immigrants out?
I can help. I am Brooklyn, New York, immigration attorney George M. Gilmer, Esq., and I have practiced immigration law since 2002. Do you need to:
- Obtain a Green Card/Permanent Resident Card?
- Obtain citizenship?
- Contest a deportation action based on an alleged crime or other factor?
I can provide immediate and affordable legal representation. I was admitted to practice in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 2004. As an experienced attorney handling federal cases, I can often quickly identify solutions to clients’ immigration law challenges. For instance:
- Do you wish for you or your entire family to obtain Green Cards? Working with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) on your own can be time-consuming, confusing and frustrating. Worse, it can result in failure to obtain Permanent Residency if an even small occurs. I offer a highly affordable solution: for $1249 I will handle all aspects of your petition, including: preparing your I-130, I-485, Biographic Information sheets, Affidavits Of Support and Employment Authorization document; submitting your full and completed package to the USCIS; and helping you prepare for your final Green Card Interview.
- Do you face possible deportation? Often, individuals facing deportation are American citizens and do not know it. For instance, an individual born abroad to U.S. citizen may unknowingly be a U.S. citizen. I have succeeded in having deportation proceedings dismissed and having clients released from detention simply by determining and proving that they are citizens and can therefore not be deported. I can also work to halt your deportation via Cancellation of Removal, an Adjustment of Status, a Good Faith Marriage Waiver, a Violence Against Women Act petition or an Asylum action.
- Do you wish to become an American citizen? Criteria for citizenship includes five years of permanent residency, a limited amount of time spent outside of the U.S. during the permanent residency, evidence of good moral character and the ability to pass language and civics exams. For an affordable fee I can assist you in fighting obstacles throughout the citizenship legal process.
Immigration issues can arise both during the work day, when federal forms may be due or may arrive in the mail, and at night, when alleged crimes can jeopardize immigrants’ right to remain in the U.S. I take calls 24 hours a day. My affordable rates, flexible payment plan options, ability to accept all major credit cards and record of results mean legal help from The Law Office of George M. Gilmer is always a wise investment. To contact me, call 718-864-2011.