Immigration – Family-Based & Citizenship

The Immigration Practice Group at Packman, Neuwahl & Rosenberg helps U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents seek immigration benefits for their foreign national spouses, children, parents and siblings. We also represent U.S. lawful permanent residents and other qualifying foreign nationals applying for U.S. citizenship.  Our Immigration Practice Group is experienced at handling complex immigration matters involving criminal issues, complicated procedural histories, and prior case denials.

Some of the immigration processes our firm can help you with include:

  • U.S. citizenship/naturalization
  • DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)
  • B-1 (Domestic Worker Visa)
  • B-2 (tourist or medical treatment visa)
  • ESTA (temporary permission to travel in the U.S. under the Electronic System for Travel Authorization)
  • TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
  • Permanent residency (green cards) based upon family relationships including marriage-based cases
  • Immigrant visas (consular processing)
  • K-1 visas (Fiancé visa)
  • M-1 (vocational student visa)
  • F-1 (student visa)
  • T visa applications (victims of human trafficking)
  • U visa (victims of criminal activity)
  • VAWA (Violence Against Women Act petitions)
  • Form I-751, Removal of Conditions on Residence
  • I-601 Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers
  • Renewals of Permanent Residency Card (Green Card)
  • Motions to Reopen

Our Immigration Practice Group also handles employment-based immigration. To complement the above services, our international taxation practice group can provide pre-immigration tax planning.