Connecticut Immigration Lawyer
The Sapochnick Law Firm office located in Downtown Hartford Connecticut provides specialist expertise exclusively in U.S. Immigration law with the highest level of client service's personal and ethical standard. The Connecticut Branch offers the support you need to pursue legal residence or citizenship in the U.S for yourself, a family member, or an employee; an experienced Connecticut Immigration lawyer will be able to assist you.
U.S. immigration law has increasingly become an unsteady body of law. For example, suppose a foreigner wishes to move to the U.S. In that case, the foreigner will need a visa by either a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family member or employer to sponsor this applicant in the U.S. Due to the ever-changing immigration law, and the process is no longer straightforward. An attorney from Sapochnick Law firm will guide you and provide you with genuinely compassionate service; we will be by your side in every step.
At the Sapochnick Law Firm office in Downtown Hartford, one of our expert immigration attorneys will assist you with family visas, work visas, temporary visas, and permanent visas. Our immigration experts steer you in the right direction towards your American Dream.
A lawful permanent resident in the U.S. must hold that status for at least three or five years before applying to become a U.S. citizen. However, that is not the only requirement. There is an extensive application process. For example, the applicant will disclose travel itineraries over the last five years, past criminal records, or incidents with law enforcement, including immigration officials, an in-person interview in English, and the applicant must pass the U.S. history and politics portion.
The naturalization process can be intimidating, but with the legal backing from our immigration attorney, you will have a seamless process. At the Sapochnick Law Firm, you can feel confident that the final step of your U.S. immigration journey is in the right hands to achieve your citizenship.Deportation Cases
The possibility of deportation threatens the livelihood of many families in the U.S. The separation of a family is a real threat, especially in recent years where ICE has expelled hundreds of thousands of immigrants—the most common reason for deportations of noncitizens in violation of immigration law. However, various legal procedures could help you fight your deportation.
You should seek legal representation when fighting deportation cases because going against the DHS and an immigration judge alone will be a disservice to you. Every case is different, but no matter your circumstance, we at the Sapochnick Law Firm want to advocate for you. We believe every noncitizen facing deportation deserves the opportunity to build a defense. With the help of one of our immigration attorneys, you will have a dedicated attorney fighting with you.Federal Litigation
Suppose all else fails and your case is not moving at USCIS or any other immigration agency. In that case, it is still to consider the last remedy available to you, sue the agency in federal district court. Currently, immigration delays are unprecedented. Whether you are still waiting for a decision on your naturalization case or lawful permanent resident application, there are U.S. laws that entitle you, the applicant, with a right to seek a federal court judge to intervene and mandate the agency to act in your case.
This litigation route is a resort that many do not know exists. It is important to note that these lawsuits are no guarantee of a favorable decision on your case; when filing a writ of mandamus, you seek the federal court to mandate the agency to decide your case. As such, our immigration attorney in the Downtown Hartford office will inform you of your rights and whether this litigation avenue is right for your case.CT Immigration Attorney
- Adjustment of Status
- Request for Evidence
- Federal Litigation