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If you or your family are facing any kind of immigration issue, turn to The Law Office of Jason A. Dennis for professional and dependable legal guidance. Our skilled attorney has years of experience handling every aspect of the immigration process, from visa applications to deportation hearings to naturalization. Our firm takes a personal approach to immigration matters, and our lawyer will work directly with you throughout our handling of your case. We care deeply about our clients and will do everything we can to help you achieve your immigration goals, no matter your circumstances.

Schedule a free initial consultation by contacting us online or calling (347) 868-6100. Same-day appointments, flexible payment options, and services in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole are available.

  • Free 30-Minute Consultation
  • Spanish & Haitian Creole Speaking Services Available
  • Personalized Approach
  • Payment Plans Available
  • ABOGADO DE APELACIONES DE INMIGRACION
    ABOGADO DE APELACIONES DE INMIGRACION
  • ABOGADO DE ASILO
    ABOGADO DE ASILO
  • ABOGADO DE CIUDADANIA
    ABOGADO DE CIUDADANIA
  • ABOGADO DE DEPORTACIÓN
    ABOGADO DE DEPORTACIÓN
  • ABOGADO DE INMIGRACION
    ABOGADO DE INMIGRACION
  • ABOGADO DE INMIGRACION LGBTQ
    ABOGADO DE INMIGRACION LGBTQ
  • ABOGADO DE RESIDENCIA PERMANENTE
    ABOGADO DE RESIDENCIA PERMANENTE
  • AJUSTE DE ESTATUS DE VISA DE LOTERÍA DE DIVERS
    AJUSTE DE ESTATUS DE VISA DE LOTERÍA DE DIVERS
  • Asylum Lawyer
    Asylum Lawyer
  • Citizenship Lawyer
    Citizenship Lawyer
  • Deportation Lawyer
    Deportation Lawyer
  • Diversity Lottery Visa Adjustment of Status
    Diversity Lottery Visa Adjustment of Status
  • ESTATUS DE PROTECCIÓN TEMPORAL
    ESTATUS DE PROTECCIÓN TEMPORAL
  • Family Immigration
    Family Immigration
  • Fiancé Visa K1
    Fiancé Visa K1
  • Green Card Lawyer
    Green Card Lawyer
  • Immigration Appeal Lawyer
    Immigration Appeal Lawyer
  • Immigration Lawyer
    Immigration Lawyer

Testimonials

  • For all your immigration questions he is definitely the person to go to.

    “He took his time with my application and he was very helpful. I would definitely recommend him to anyone that needs help with immigration.”

  • I would recommend him to ANYONE who wishes to hire him or his firm.

    “I worked with Jason for an immigration case for my fiancé and he was upfront and honest with everything that could work and that couldn’t work.”

  • I hired Jason regarding a previous case I had and he was very professional, detailed, and attentive.

    “I would definitely recommend him to anyone who needs a lawyer that goes above and beyond to get his client equal justice.”

  • We felt very well taken care of. I highly recommend Jason.

    “Jason was handling our immigration process from scratch to the day when the green card has been delivered to my house via mail. Exactly 10 months.”

  • Wish we had met Jason from the very beginning of our immigration process.

    “At every step of the way we were on the same page with everything, no problems at all. And last but not the least, he's very affordable.”

Your Immigration Advocate from Start to Finish

When you come to The Law Office of Jason A. Dennis, we will listen to your story and take the time to understand your objectives and concerns. From there, our attorney will walk you through all available options and review possible outcomes and challenges. We will work closely with you throughout every stage of your case and will make ourselves available to answer additional questions as they come up. 

We are prepared to assist you with immigration cases involving:

  • Asylum. If you have been persecuted or are concerned about future persecution in your home country on certain protected grounds, we can help you request protection in the United States. 
  • Citizenship. Lawful permanent residents can naturalize and become U.S. citizens after they complete a mandatory waiting period, pass a multipart exam, and meet several other eligibility requirements. We can assist you throughout the naturalization process.
  • Deportation. If you or a loved one has been placed in removal proceedings, we offer aggressive representation and will fight for your future in the United States. We will appear at all hearings and pursue all available forms of relief.
  • The Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery Program. Each year, 50,000 green cards are distributed to people (and their families) from countries that historically do not send many immigrants to the United States. We can determine whether you are eligible for the lottery, help you enter, and assist with your adjustment of status petition if you win.
  • Fiancé Visas. The K-1 visa allows the fiancés of U.S. citizens to travel to the United States to facilitate a marriage, allowing them to remain in the country while their green card application is processed. We can help couples secure these visas and meet their strict requirements.
  • Green Cards. You need a green card if you want to become a U.S. citizen. Many immigrants get green cards through family or employment immigration, but we can help you explore all available strategies.
  • Immigration Appeals. If you receive an unfavorable decision in any immigration matter, we are prepared to exhaust all appellate remedies.
  • LGBTQ Issues. Our firm has experience assisting LGBTQ individuals, couples, and families with a variety of immigration obstacles, including difficulty obtaining K-1 fiancé visas and sponsoring same-sex partners for green cards. 
  • Religious Visas. R-1 visas are available to immigrants looking to temporarily work for a religious organization in the United States. We can help you seek this unique type of visa. 
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). Undocumented minors and some young adults under the age of 21 may qualify for green cards if they were abused, neglected, or abandoned by one or both of their parents. Obtaining SIJS is complicated and requires getting a court order, but we can help you through this process. 
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Certain countries receive TPS status when extraordinary conditions (such as ongoing warfare or the aftermath of a natural disaster) make it unsafe for immigrants in the United States to return. If you were already in the U.S. when your home country receives TPS designation, you could qualify to stay until conditions improve. 
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and U Visas. Immigrants who have been subject to abuse at the hands of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident may be able to self-petition for a green card through VAWA. U visas are available to victims of crimes who can help law enforcement investigate and prosecute the perpetrators. We can assist you in either of these scenarios. 

To learn more about our services, do not hesitate to call (347) 868-6100 or contact us online

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