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In today's world, U.S. Immigration Law is one of the most complex and dynamic areas of law. At The Worontzoff Law Office, PLLC, we provide a complete range of immigration services. From nonimmigrant visas to complex deportation defenses and federal court litigation involving immigration matters, our legal team has successfully represented both individuals and companies throughout the United States. Our law firm is known for handling the toughest immigration cases. We will fight for your American Dream.

Asylum/Withholding of Removal

Asylum is a form of protection given to foreign nationals who are unable to return to their home country due to past persecution or a well-founded fear of facing future persecution based on Race, Religion, Nationality, Membership in a particular social group and/or Political Opinion.

Removal/Deportation Defense

If you entered the United States without inspection or are presently in the United States and have overstayed your Visa or have violated the terms of your Visa, Green Card (permanent resident status) or to any other lawful statuses, you will be placed in removal (deportation) proceedings before the U.S. Immigration Court, also called the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). During the hearing, an Immigration Judge will decide whether or not removal is appropriate. The assistance of an experienced immigration attorney is essential during this process as you may be eligible for relief from removal.

U-Visa (Victim of a Crime)

U-Visa is a form of Non-Immigrant Visa reserved for victims crimes that have suffered substantial mental or physical harm and have assisted law enforcement agencies in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity. Victims who have been granted a U-Visa will eventually be able to adjust their status to permanent residence.

Fraud/EWI Waivers

Being charged with inadmissibility for immigration fraud is when an individual attempts to obtain any immigration benefits by submitting fraudulent documents, engaging in deceit, or making false representations. Any individual who enters the United States unlawfully, without inspection (EWI) or parole are considered to be “inadmissible” under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). With the effective assistance of an experienced immigration attorney, you may be able to overcome inadmissibility issues.

Criminal-Immigration Defense

Criminal immigration or “crimmigration” involves both Immigration Law and Criminal Law. Any non-citizen who has been criminally charged should contact an experienced attorney who has expertise in both fields of the law. Having a criminal record can negatively affect your seeking adjustment of status or naturalization or even see you placed in deportation proceedings. Our firm is known for handling complex immigration cases involving criminal matters. 

Reopening Cases and Appeals

A motion to reopen is an important statutory mechanism for individuals who have been ordered removed from the United States by an Immigration Judge. It allows these individuals to ask either the Immigration Judge (IJ) or the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to consider new evidence that was not presented at the hearing which ended unsuccessfully. 


Was there an incorrect application of the law, misinterpretation of the law or mistakes made in presentation of your case? If so, filing an appeal is the best way to attack the adverse decision. 


It is highly recommended that you seek immediate help from an experienced immigration attorney as timing is critical. 

Immigration Services

Deportation/Removal Proceedings (NTA)


Cancellation of Removal  


Waivers 


ICE Custody & Bail/Bond


Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)


Special Immigrant Juveniles


Writ of Mandamus


Federal Litigation Against Immigration


Complex Immigration Cases

Asylum/Withholding of Removal


Master/Individual Hearings


Appeals


U-Visa (Victim of Crime)


T-Visa (Victim of Trafficking) 


Same Sex/Marriage Green Card


Family Based Petitions


Citizenship/Naturalization 


Fiancé/Fiancée Petition

Entrepreneur Green Card


EB-5 Investment 


B-1/B-2 Business/Visitor Visa


F-1 (I-20) International Student CPT/OPT


H-1B Visa for Professional Workers/PERM/ NIW/CAP/GAP


L-1 Visa for Multinational Company Employees


K-1 Visa for Fiancées of US Citizens


O-1 Visa for Persons with Extraordinary Abilities


Visa Extensions/Change of Status

Press & Recognition

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Contact Us

Phone: 718-539-8881

Address:

41-31 Main Street, Suite 101, Flushing, New York 11355

Office Hours:

Monday              9:00AM - 5:00PM

Tuesday              9:00AM - 5:00PM

Wednesday        9:00AM - 5:00PM

Thursday            9:00AM - 5:00PM

Friday                  9:00AM - 5:00PM

Saturday                     Closed

Sunday                        Closed