1. Removal Defense
2. Naturalization
3. Family Based Adjustment of Status
4. Consular Processing
5. Waivers
6. Asylum
7. U-Visa
8. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
9. Nonimmigrant Visas

Shahbaz Firm serves clients in all immigration matters, including cases involving green cards, citizenship, deportation, tourism, work visas and victims of violence.

Our attorneys understand that our work has enormous impact on the lives of immigrants and their families, and we are dedicated to providing individual attention and counsel to each client. We work very closely with our clients, maintaining constant communication as we work toward a positive result.

Why hire an immigration attorney?

Because applications for immigration benefits are form-based, many are deceived into believing that the laws are quite simple. But like tax law, these forms are based upon an exceedingly complex set of laws. Courts and judges have compared these two bodies of law, finding that that immigration law is “second only to the Internal Revenue Code in complexity.” [1] Only an immigration attorney can ensure that you are following the correct pathway through the labyrinth of immigration options and procedures.

[1] Chan v. Reno , 1997 U.S. Dist.LEXIS 3016,*5(S.D.N.Y. 1997); see also “Enforcing Immigration Law: Issue of Complexity,” Congressional Research Service Memorandum. July 28, 2005.