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Immigration Law: A Brief Overview

No matter how difficult your immigration case may seem, if your desire is to live, work, visit, marry or study in the United States, the attorneys of Sullo & Sullo, LLP can help you achieve those immigration goals. When your immigration status is in jeopardy, you are likely to be extremely stressed. Additionally you are experiencing a myriad of emotions including fear and anxiety. If your family is part of the equation, those feelings multiply exponentially. Immigration law can be quite complex, and, if each step is not followed precisely, the outcome can be disastrous. The laws which govern immigration law can be strict, with tight deadlines for immigration applications, petitions and appeals. This is truly an area of the law where any delay could result in serious consequences.


The keys to your family’s future could hinge on obtaining a green card, then becoming a U.S. citizen. With those keys you will have the opportunity to work legally in the United States, earning a living for your family. If your desire is to attend college, join the military or open a business, your green card with subsequent citizenship can allow you to do so. With your status in the U.S. no longer in jeopardy, you can buy a home and build security for your family and, perhaps most importantly, you gain freedom from a potential arrest.


You need a law firm with knowledge in all aspects of immigration law and the experience to get positive results. Our attorneys will always treat you with the utmost respect and consideration, explaining everything to you in detail so you have a solid understanding of your future. We find practical, workable solutions to seemingly insurmountable problems, enabling you to look forward to your future as a citizen of the United States. Some of the areas our attorneys can assist you with include:

  •          Deportation and Removal Proceedings
  •          Employment-Based Immigration
  •          Citizenship and naturalization
  •          Green Cards:
                     --Adjustment of Status
                    --Obtaining a green card through marriage
                    --Obtaining a green card through a family member
                    --Obtaining Green Card through employment
                    --Replacement of green card
                    --Removal of conditional residency
  •          Obtaining an I-601A Provisional Waiver
  •          Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

We at Sullo & Sullo, LLP pride ourselves on being a client-focused law firm. We provide personal attention, professionalism and zealous advocacy for our clients. We have a goal of setting fees and expenses for our clients lower than those charged by other attorneys who offer the same types of services. In short, we will work with you to define your immigration issues and achieve your goals. Call Sullo & Sullo today for a free consultation with an experienced, compassionate immigration law attorney.

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