He specializes in all aspects of Immigration law, dealing with family and employment immigrant visas, investor visas, citizenship, political asylum and deportation.
As an immigrant from Ireland to the United States himself, having arrived here 1982, he is personally familiar and aware of the social and legal problems encountered by immigrants to this country from all over the world. He can fully relate to their aspirations, fears and the difficulties they experience in dealing with the system here, and when adjusting to a new way of life away from home and loved ones. He has experienced and witnessed the challenges that immigrants face in the US first hand, which gives him the ability to treat every case with compassion and empathy. Inspired by his personal experience as an immigrant, he established an immigration law practice to help immigrants fulfill their American dreams of a better and prosperous future in the United States for themselves and their families.
He provides immediate and affordable legal representation, charging a legal fee of only $1,500.00 for an immediate relative petition and adjustment of status (green card) application. His goal is to provide all clients with personal and professional service.
His clients range from immigrants from the West Indian Caribbean nations, South America, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia, India, Pakistan, China, Africa and the Middle East.
Mr.McNulty has extensive immigration litigation experience, has successfully represented clients before the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, US.Citizenship and Immigration Services, and US consulates abroad with respect to cases involving criminal aliens, motions to reopen, asylum applications, removal proceedings, citizen and marriage interviews, and all visa matters.
He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (A.I.L.A.) and the New York State Bar Association.
Do not delay, contact us today for a free consultation on any aspect to immigration law, or to successfully handle your immigration case.