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Brooklyn Immigration Attorney

Experience counts when it comes to immigration: Let us protect your rights. We offer our clients EXPERIENCED REPRESENTATION IN NEW YORK IMMIGRATION CASES At the Law Office of Thomas P. McNulty and Associates P.C.,

 


The Law Office of Thomas McNulty offers comprehensive legal advice in all We also offer experience in the areas of immigration and citizenship, in both family based petiitions and employer based petitions as well as defense for deportation and pending removal cases.Thomas P. McNulty and his associates offer legal services in Immigration and Nationality Law. We specialize in family, corporate and business immigration, immigrant and non-immigrant visa processing, U.S. permanent residence, green card, working visas, H-1B’s, business and investment visas, citizenship and naturalization, political asylum, as well as deportation and removal matters.We understand the intricacies of immigration and possess a deep understanding of exactly what it takes to get guide our clients properly through the immigration process. We foster an open and honest rapport with our clients, being consistently able to provide the highest quality of mmigration advice and service. We are familiar with the emotional investment clients make in the immigration process.With over 32 years experience we have the knowledge and expierence to defend you and your family.

 


Immigration Cases Handled By An Experienced New York Attorney

 

Our unique knowledge of the complexities U.S. immigration laws and immigration procedures allow us to help our clients to obtain temporary visas and green cards through marriage, relatives, employment, investment programs and the green card lottery. In the U.S. the most common types of visas are employment-based visas and family-based visas. These types of VISAS will permit our clients to enter or remain in the United States. The employment-based visas grant a non-U.S. citizen the right to work and live in the United States. In some cases it may allow spouses and children to occassionally be accompanied with these employment-based immigrants. US immigration permits that if you have an immediate relationship to a U.S. citizen, a family-based visa will confer lawful permanent resident status to a foreign national.

The Law Office of Thomas P. McNulty is here to assist you and your family through all immigration matters. Call today on (347) 531-0718.

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INVESTOR  VISA

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CRIMINAL  IMMIGRATION

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DEPORTATION  DEFENSE

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We have helped thousand of immigrants navigate the immigration process.

Who we are...

We can advise you and your family or your business so that you do damage your case due to erroneous immigration document preparation.
We will properly analyze your case to make sure we are progressing in the correct direction.
We will advise and identify problems in your case.
We will do our best to avoid unnecessary expense in your case, possible delays or rejection by the INS.
We keep up to date with immigration law - this is important as it can affect legal rights, can affect your status and help with past mistakes.
We work diligently to protect your legal rights if you are contacted by the INS.
If you are detained by the BCIS , we will provide you with qualified representation - this may require a bond.
If you are subject to deportation hearings we will assure due process and any possible appeal rights.

Ultimately we will assist you in attaining U.S. citizenship.
The Law Office of Thomas P. McNulty is here to assist you and your family through all immigration matters. Call today on  (347) 531-0718.

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DEPORTATION DEFENSE, UNLAWFUL PRESCENCE WAIVER AND GREEN CARD THROUGH MARRIAGE

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GREEN CARD THROUGH MARRIAGE

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The Law office of Thomas P. McNulty and associates is dedicated to assisting each one of our clients in navigating the complicated immigration process. Our law office focuses on educating clients about the immigration process and informing them about changes in immigration law. We want our clients to know that we will be there for them through every step of the way. We believe that as immigrants to the US ourselves we are more than capable to assist in determining your present immigration status and your eligibility. We also believe that your immigration case deserves 100% personalized attention. We make sure that your green card case, deportation case or family petition case is handled with extreme care and attention. We as attorneys understand that your immigration issues can create a lot of stress. Our job is to assist in navigating the legal framework and to create a sound immigration case to the USCIS.

Under US law, it is a fact that family members that already have green cards or are already United States citizens are able to pursue a green card for a lawful permanent residence status, for a loved one or family member. This can be done for a: Child Spouse Sibling Parents

The complicated process of applying for adjustment of status, however, is time consuming; requires attention and substantial documentation as well as strict filing requirements. The process of hiring the correct immigration attorney that will guide you and your family or loved through the complicated immigration process is probably the most important application you will make in your life. It is extremely important to avoid mistakes so that there are no delays in receiving a green card.

There are instances, where the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will bars noncitizens from the process of obtaining a U.S. visa or green card. The most common reason is because of the individual's unlawful presence in the United States.

There are however ways around this process. The US immigration law is unique and allows for , certain “inadmissible” foreign citizens that are illegally living in the United States and are looking to apply for a green card to request a waiver. This application is known as an I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver.

An individual can request this waiver before they leave for their immigration interview at the consulate in their country of origin.

At the law office of Thomas P. McNulty we can assist with all immigration services, including the application for provisional waiver applications.

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If you have a loved one that wants to apply for lawful permanent residence status but thinks that they are ineligible due to their unlawful presence in the U.S.which would prevent approval, then we can help . We offer free consultations at our offices to discuss pursuing an I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver.

As a first-generation immigrant from Ireland, Thomas P. Mcnulty understands the need for an individual to obtain the necessary documentation needed to lawfully stay in the U.S. and that the fear of deportation or criminal action can cause sleepless nights.

Green card through marriage

There are a number of ways to obtain a green card through marriage. For many people they are not aware of what these exact processes are. If an individual is attempting to apply for a green card through marriage, then it is important that you must exercise your options in the most extreme good faith – it is important that you are involved in a genuine relationship.

There are four main common paths for non U.S. citizens to be able to come to the US.

They are:

  • Applying to USCIS based on an existing marriage
  • Marrying a U.S. citizen
  • Marrying a permanent resident of the U.S.
  • Applying through a K-1 visa

  • Green Card Marriage In The U.S. - the most common route
    There are particular elements of immigration law and entry into the United States that are currently being challenged. There are however, certain requirements that allow spouses as well as close family members to join citizens or green card holders as permanent residents and remain in place.
    If you are from a country outside the US and are married to a United States citizen or permanent resident, then the U.S. government provides certain situations that will allow a green card to be awarded and allow you to remain with your spouse. There are strict guidelines and every application may differ, depending on your unique circumstances. However the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, has four different unique paths that can unite married couples legally.

    Each one of these four unique immigration methods are appropriate for different green card marriage circumstances. These processes are not guaranteed or automatic. Therefore your application must be very clear and be truthful in order to pass the stringent requirements of the USCIS.
    To discuss your immigration with us call us on 347-531-0718. We handle all cases including:

    WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

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    To anyone going through the immigration process, you need someone like Mr McNulty by your side. He was so kind and considerate throughout my entire journey to become a US Citizen. He explained everything so clearly, and would always be just a phone call away. (Anna Gibert - Google Reviews)

    To schedule an appointment call us on 347-531-0718

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    DETENTION AND BOND

    What to do if a loved one has been detained?


    What is an immigration bond?
    An Immigration bond refers to money paid to the government in order to secure a detained foreign national's release from a detention facility, and serves as a guarantee to the government that once out of detention, the bonded individual will attend all Immigration Court hearings. These bonds are typically required for green card holders or undocumented individuals who are being held by the US Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) pending the outcome of their cases. The payer will be able to receive the bond money back at the conclusion of the case.

    However, if the individual neglects to attend his required court hearings, he is subject to immediate deportation, and the payer will forfeit the bond money. In the event that the individual attends all court hearings, but is nevertheless ordered to be deported, the bond money will be forfeited if the individual does not report to the Department of Homeland Security for removal.

    Documentary evidence must be submitted to ICE and the Immigration court judge to show that the detained individual is not a threat to society and does not pose a flight risk. At the bond hearing, the judge will consider this evidence, along with evidence that the detainee is financially stable, has strong family and community ties in the US., has resided in this country for many years, lacks a history of immigration violations, has not engaged in criminal activities and has previously attended court. Once the court determines that the individual is eligible for an immigration bond and the bond amount has been posted, the individual or a family member can put up the bond and he can be released the same day.

    At the bond hearing, the judge will consider this evidence, along with evidence that the detainee is financially stable, has strong family and community ties in the US., has resided in this country for many years, lacks a history of immigration violations, has not engaged in criminal activities and has previously attended court. Once the court determines that the individual is eligible for an immigration bond and the bond amount has been posted, the individual or a family member can put up the bond and he can be released the same day.