IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS IN NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
WANT TO MAKE THE UNITED STATES YOUR HOME?
Hire a team of immigration law attorneys to help guide you through the legal process.
U.S. immigration law is complicated. You just want to live or work in the country without an issue, but applying for a visa or permanent residency can be confusing. At AG Law we have the knowledge and the skills to answer your questions. Call us today to schedule a free case evaluation. We represent clients in New Brunswick, Trenton, and Plainfield, New Jersey.
COMMON FACTORS IN IMMIGRATION LAW
When it comes to immigration law, even the smallest details can have a significant impact on your case. Our team of attorneys at AG Law believes that the American dream should be accessible to all. We’re able to advise you on a variety of immigration law issues and can answer your questions about:
Family-based Immigration (IR-1, IR-2, F-4)
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
Stay of Deportation
Removal of Conditions
Humanitarian Deferred Action
O – Extraordinary Ability Visas
Employment-Based Visas (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3)
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
If you’re trying to apply for a visa, you can work with our visa attorney to ensure that all of your paperwork is submitted correctly. If you’re helping family members live or work in the U.S. legally, we can help with that, as well.
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NEW JERSEY IMMIGRATION LAW
Immigration laws seemingly grow more and more complex with each passing year. While most matters of immigration are handled by federal authorities, some state officials are beginning to assist with investigating and pursuing suspected immigration-related offenses.
An immigration attorney can help you better understand the laws that affect you and your family, preparing you for any potential challenges. A few important topics to know about include:
Driver’s License/State ID Requirements. In order to obtain a New Jersey driver's license or state ID, you must be able to present a valid Social Security number, proof of address, and proof of either U.S. citizenship or legal residence.
Public Benefits Restrictions. Under federal law, immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally are prohibited from receiving most public benefits. However, they are allowed to receive emergency services, health care, and other programs that have been deemed "necessary to protect life and safety."
Employment. A New Jersey employer must verify any and all employees’ authorization to work in the United States by preparing an I-9 form. However, while employers are barred from hiring people not legally authorized to work in the U.S. they’re also forbidden from discriminating against non-citizen job seekers.
At AG Law, we are committed to serving clients on all matters related to immigration law. Get in touch with us today to start your path toward U.S. citizenship.
WHY HIRE AN IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY?
A skilled immigration attorney can make or break your case. As legal professionals, they are proficient in the laws and statutes surrounding U.S. immigration. The immigration legal process can be complex, and every detail needs to be accounted for to ensure no mistakes are made. By trusting a professional with your case, you are adding a level of security you would not have otherwise.
Our firm was started by an immigrant. Our personal connection to the area makes us passionate defenders of your rights. The American dream is closer than you think. Put your future in good hands with the experienced team at AG Law. We proudly serve clients in New Brunswick, New Jersey, as well as those in Trenton, and Plainfield. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.
IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS SERVING NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY
If you’re seeking U.S. citizenship, or simply just have a question on your immigration case, contact us at AG Law today. Our team of compassionate attorneys is equipped to help you seek your desired outcome. From our office in New Brunswick, New Jersey, we represent clients throughout the state, including Trenton and Plainfield. Get in touch today to schedule a free case evaluation.