Feiner & Lavy, P.C. may be considered one of the best Immigration Lawyers in Phoenix AZ. With offices in Manhattan, New York and Phoenix, AZ and over 50 years of practicing Immigration Law, we are your last stop in the search for a U.S. Immigration Lawyer.
Do you need an Immigration Lawyer in Phoenix AZ?
The answer is probably yes. Many people hire experienced U.S. Immigration Lawyers after their application is rejected, denied, they receive a request for evidence, intent to deny their case or request for a waiver and even a Deportation Letter, also known as Notice to Appear in Immigration Court. We therefore recommend that you contact a local Immigration Lawyer in Phoenix AZ and schedule a Free Office Consultation.
The Law Offices of Feiner & Lavy, P.C. are U.S. immigration lawyers with experience and knowledge in majority of immigration matters. In order to increase the likelihood of success in your immigration case, your Phoenix immigration lawyer must have knowledge and experience in the field. This is why the U.S. immigration lawyers at Feiner & Lavy, P.C. are constantly reviewing and searching immigration related case laws and updates.
Do you want to immigrate to USA or Bring Your Loved Ones to live with you in America? The Phoenix Immigration Lawyers at Feiner & Lavy, P.C. can help. There are various options to immigrate to USA, bring your loved ones, come the U.S. temporarily for business or pleasure and work in the US legally, and your local Phoenix Immigration Lawyer can assist. We will insure that your green card, visa application or other immigration benefit is filled out professionally and our Phoenix Immigration Lawyers will handle replying to requests for evidence, intent to deny or request for a waiver and even if, God forbid, you receive a Deportation Letter also known as Notice to Appear in Immigration Court. You therefore need to hire the best immigration lawyer in Phoenix AZ to fight and defend your immigration case.
The Phoenix Immigration Lawyers at Feiner & Lavy, P.C. will be there for you from the beginning when you file your green card application, apply for a U.S. visa or Green Card, through Immigration Interview, Deportation and Removal Proceedings, and until you Naturalize and become a US Citizen.
Feiner & Lavy P.C., is a Phoenix Immigration Law Firm located at 11811 N Tatum Blvd Suite 3031, Phoenix, AZ 85028 that provides U.S. Immigration Legal Services to individual immigrants and companies who are looking for Green Cards, U.S. Citizenship, Asylum, Immigration Waivers, and Defense from Deportation and Removal Proceedings in Phoenix Immigration Court and other U.S. Immigration Courts.
Our roots began when Michael Feiner, one of the best U.S. immigration lawyers and a former Chairman of the NY AILA Chapter founded this immigration law firm over 50 years ago. Feiner & Lavy P.C. with Yaniv Lavy, Esq. a U.S. Immigration Lawyer and the principal attorney, continues the same tradition and reputation.
How can a Phoenix immigration lawyer help you?
A Phoenix Immigration Lawyer can provide professional immigration services if you are looking to apply for a Green Card, U.S. Citizenship, Asylum, Immigration Waivers, or need Defense from Deportation and Removal Proceedings in Phoenix Immigration Court and other U.S. Immigration Courts.
How do I find the Best Immigration Lawyer in Phoenix, AZ?
The answer to this question may vary, but we suggest that you search the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) website. Phoenix Immigration Lawyers who are members at AILA are probably your best choice for a U.S. Immigration Lawyer because they are getting immediate immigration updates and participate in AILA continuing legal education. In addition, AILA immigration lawyers in Phoenix, AZ are known for cooperating with each other and freely share their experience with other U.S. immigration attorneys.
How much does a Phoenix Immigration Lawyer cost for a Green Card?
The cost of an immigration lawyer in Phoenix, AZ may vary based on his experience, location and immigration workload.
Who is the Best Immigration Lawyer in Phoenix, AZ?
The best Immigration Lawyer in Phoenix, AZ is the one who can give you immediate attention and find a solution to your immigration issues.
How much does a Phoenix Deportation Lawyer cost?
The cost of a Deportation Lawyer in Phoenix, AZ can be between $6,000 to $15,000 and will be decided on a case by case basis.
How do I become a U.S. Immigration Lawyer?
In order to become a U.S. Immigration Lawyer, you need to graduate from law school and pass the Bar Exam. Prior immigration law experience at a Phoenix Immigration Law firm may be helpful before you open your own immigration law practice. You may search for an immigration lawyer job in order to practice with a senior immigration attorney who will teach you what Immigration Law Practice is all about. Some American law faculties have immigration law programs.
What does a Phoenix Immigration Lawyer do?
A Phoenix Immigration Lawyer provides professional legal service in immigration cases and applies the Immigration and Nationality Act, Immigration Case Laws and regulations so that immigrants and non-immigrants can enter the U.S., stay in the U.S. legally, extend or change their immigration status apply for a Fiancé Visa, Green Card, U.S. Citizenship, Asylum, Immigration Waivers, and provide Defense from Deportation and Removal Proceedings, appeal USCIS decisions to the AAO, prepare and file Appeals to BIA and Federal Circuit Courts, and expedite cases by filing Mandamus Actions in Federal Courts.
Can my friend help me with my immigration forms?
Your Friend may be able to help you with your immigration forms. However, if your friend is not a licensed U.S. Immigration Lawyer he may be engaging in unauthorized practice of law and possibly in immigration fraud, not to mention that he does not have Immigration Lawyer Professional Liability Insurance.
What type of cases your Phoenix immigration lawyer handle?
Our firm handles the vast majority of immigration related matters, including the following:
Green Card and Immigrant Visa
Green Card Extension, Renewal and Lost Green Card
Green Card for Relatives
VAWA – Green Card for Abused Spouse of a U.S. citizen
VAWA – Green Card for Abused Spouse of Lawful Permanent Resident
Green Card Through Marriage
K-1 Fiancé Visa
K-3 Spouse Visa
Joint and Self Petition to Remove Conditional Residency
Green Card for Relatives Who Died in Combat
Green Card Based on Special Immigrant Juvenile
Immigration Waivers of Inadmissibility
Criminal Immigration Waivers
Deportation Defense and Termination of Removal Proceedings
Deportation and Removal Proceedings
Cancellation of Removal
Motion to Reopen Removal Proceedings
Petition for Review
212C Waiver and Defense from Deportation
Appeals to BIA
Appeals to the Federal Circuits
Mandamus Actions for Expediting Immigration Cases
E2 Investment Visa
E-1 Treaty Trader Visa
U Visa Victim of Crimes
R1 Religious Worker Visa
B-1/B-2 Visitor Visa
F1 Student Visa
H-3 Training Visas
Green Card Based on Employment
Green Card for Registered Nurse
Green Card for Physical Therapist
Green Card for Multinational Executives and Managers who are Exempt from Labor Certification
Are U.S. immigration laws complex?
Yes. The U.S. immigration laws are very complex and has been characterized as a “labyrinth almost as impenetrable as the Internal Revenue Code.” See Escobar-Grijalva v. I.N.S., 206 F.3d 1331, 1334 (9th Cir.2000).
In Lok v. INS, the 2nd Circuit stated that “Immigration laws bear a “striking resemblance …[to] King Minos’s labyrinth in ancient Crete. The Tax Laws and the Immigration and Nationality Acts are examples we have cited of Congress’s ingenuity in passing statutes certain to accelerate the aging process of judges.” E. Hull, Without Justice For All 107 (1985) – “With only a small degree of hyperbole, the immigration laws have been termed ‘second only to the Internal Revenue Code in complexity.’ A lawyer is often the only person who could thread the labyrinth.”.
In 2003, the Second Circuit Court of Appeal, in Drax v. Reno noted that ”This case vividly illustrates the labyrinthine character of modern immigration law-a maze of hyper-technical statutes and regulations that engender waste, delay, and confusion for the Government and petitioners alike. The inscrutability of the current immigration law system, and the interplay of the numerous amendments and alterations to that system by Congress during the pendency of this case, have spawned years of litigation, generated two separate opinions by the District Court, and consumed significant resources of this Court. With regret and astonishment, we determine, as explained more fully below, that this case still cannot be decided definitively but must be remanded to the District Court, and then to the Board of Immigration Appeals (“BIA”), for further proceedings.”
Courts have routinely ruled that access to an immigration lawyer and the right to fairness when a U.S. Immigration Lawyer provided ineffective representation are censorious aspects of fair hearing: “[Noncitizens] in immigration proceedings . . . ‘have a due-process right to a fair hearing.’ . . . This is true even though a [noncitizen] may not have a protected liberty interest in discretionary relief.”) (quoting Solis-Chavez v. Holder, 662 F.3d 462, 466 (7th Cir. 2011))
In Solis-Chavez v. Holder, 662 F.3d 462, 466 (7th Cir. 2011) (noting that noncitizens “have a due-process right to a fair hearing” and that “[t]he BIA has a body of caselaw holding that a[ noncitizen]’s due-process rights can be violated by his attorney’s ineffective assistance in removal proceedings”).
Therefore if you wish come to the United States, leave and work in the U.S. or need to unite with a family member, remember that the U.S. immigration laws are very complex, despite the fact that some U.S. immigration forms may seem easy to prepare and file. In fact, many immigration cases are baffled.
WHY CHOOSE FEINER & LAVY P.C.?
You can have confidence when choosing our firm because of our
Our clients come to us with all types of cases, and we look to offer them the tools that are necessary, whether they are a worker that is looking to come to the country for a job, are a traveler looking to visit the U.S. or are a current resident that is looking to avoid deportation. We also offer assistance in visas and there are many forms that may be suited for the situation. We can review the circumstances of our clients, find out what time of visa they need and assist them in acquiring it. By understanding the legal system and knowing how to work within it, we are able to find fast and effective solutions.
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