How our New York based immigration practice can help you
At Bardavid Law, we exclusively focus on immigration and nationality law. We provide services in the following areas:
We represent people in “removal proceedings” (facing deportation before an Immigration Judge) nationwide. Whether you or a loved one is facing removal due to an alleged visa violation, a criminal conviction, or due to a denied application, we can assist.
We represent people facing detention by ICE, and, when necessary, file habeas corpus petitions in federal court to secure a person’s freedom.
For people with U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident family members, we can help apply for visas and Lawful Permanent Residency (green-cards).
From H1-B visas, L-1′s, O-1′s, PERMs, I-140 petitions, and other applications, we represent people seeking visas and Lawful Permanent Residency based upon employment opportunities in the U.S.
People who have been persecuted or tortured in their home country can seek legal protection and status in the U.S. by applying for asylum. We handle asylum, withholding of removal, and applications for protection under the Convention Against Torture with the sensitivity and zealousness that is required. From applications before USCIS through Immigration Court proceedings, we have the resources needed to ensure claims are put forward timely and thoroughly.
We handle appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, the federal courts, and USCIS’ Administrative Appeals Office. We are admitted to practice in every federal circuit, and can handle cases nationwide. If your case was denied, we may be able to help you file an appeal.
For those seeking to study or participate in a cultural exchange program in the United States, we can work with your college, university, or other institution in filing F-1 and J-1 visa applications.
Anybody who has previously filed an application or petition with USCIS or ICE should obtain their entire file before proceeding with a subsequent application. We offer a streamlined and safe process for obtaining your file through a Freedom of Information Act/FOIA request from all relevant government agencies.