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New York City Special Immigrant Lawyers

Serving Clients in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, the U.S. and Around the World

Weisberg, Friedman & Klapisch, LLP, provides immigration legal services for clients seeking legal status. Our firm is recognized as a pre-eminent New York City law firm, with a team of attorneys that offers more than 70 combined years of immigration and nationality legal services. U.S. immigration and nationality law is our only area of practice.

If you live in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut or anywhere in the U.S. or world and require a special visa or consideration for legal status under U.S. immigration law, call us at 212-696-2666 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a consultation. We will evaluate your circumstances and provide an honest evaluation of your options for seeking visa issuance.

We have a successful record of helping people secure temporary or permanent visa and residency status, including:

  • B-1 visa: Business visitors
  • B-2 visa: Tourist visa
  • C-class visas: Transit visa
  • E-class visas: Treaty trader and treaty investor visas
  • F-class visas: Foreign student visa
  • H-class visas: Temporary hire of foreign workers for jobs in the U.S.
  • I-class visas: Foreign media visa
  • J-class visas: Exchange visitor, scholar
  • K-class visas: Marriage and fiancé/fiancée visas
  • L-class visas: intra-company transferees
  • O-class visas: Extraordinary ability in science, art education, athletics or business
  • Q-class visas: International cultural exchange program
  • R-class visas: Religious workers
  • NATO: Representatives and staff of NATO, assigned to work in the U.S.

Special Visas for Victims of Crime and Women Who Qualify Under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

The United States Congress has passed special immigration laws making it possible for women or men to qualify to remain legally in the United States if she or he can prove to be a victim of spousal abuse or a criminal act. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is an important way for women or men to escape domestic violence, whether living here in the United States illegally or living abroad seeking legal residency status in America. Under certain circumstances, men may also qualify if they can prove they have suffered abuse at the hands of their spouse. The qualification criteria are complicated and strictly monitored. Our attorneys will answer your questions and give you an honest evaluation of whether you qualify for legal status under VAWA regulations.

Call an Experienced Manhattan Special Immigration Attorney

From our offices on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, our New York immigration and nationality lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and the United States. We also work with clients worldwide who are seeking application assistance through their local consulate. Call us at 212-696-2666 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation with one of our New York City special immigrant attorneys today.

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Weisberg, Friedman & Klapisch, LLP
17 Battery Place
Suite 1226
New York, NY 10004

Phone : 212-696-2666
Fax: 212-889-5697
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