Curley Immigration Law, PC LLO

Helping shape the future of businesses and individuals in Nebraska and throughout the United States

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Firm Overview

Founded in 1999 by attorney Mark J. Curley, Curley Immigration Law, P.C. L.L.O. is a nationwide law practice devoted exclusively to U.S. immigration and naturalization matters. We offer a full range of immigration services, including business and family immigration, naturalization, asylum, deportation and removal.

We have the knowledge and skills to handle even the most complex immigration issues. We work with businesses, corporations and individuals to help bring foreign nationals or their family members to the United States and, if they are already in the country, we work to help keep them here.

Mark J. Curley has received the AV Preeminent peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating possible. AV Preeminent is a significant rating accomplishment - a testament to the fact that a lawyer's peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.

We can help you with all immigration issues, including:
-Appeals
-Asylum
-Business immigration
-H-1B, L-1, PERM applications, EB-1, EB-2 and National Interest Waivers
-Citizenship
-Unlawful Presence Waivers
-Permanent resident, immediate relative, parent, and sibling applications

Omaha law firm delivers excellent legal representation through personalized attention:
Our goal is to resolve our clients' legal matters efficiently and effectively. We take pride in always being available to our clients and giving them the care, attention and respect they deserve. In testimony to our dedication to providing the highest quality legal representation, our firm is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell for our professionalism and ethics.

Hire a competent and experienced Omaha attorney to answer your immigration questions:
Immigration laws are complex and constantly changing. Whatever concerns you might have about your immigration status or that of a family member or friend, the best thing you can do is talk to an immigration attorney. Similarly if you have received correspondence such as a Request for Evidence, a Notice of Action, a Notice of Intent to Deny or a Notice to Appear, the smartest thing is to contact an attorney immediately. We clearly and precisely answer all your questions, make sure you understand the law and how it applies to your situation, and devise solutions to your unique needs.

For nearly 15 years, we have been committed to representing individuals and businesses all over the United States in family-based and employment-based petitions both immigrant and nonimmigrant as well as parties in removal proceedings. Our clients come from many parts of the world and from various industries. They come from all walks of life and include professionals, educators, healthcare workers and investors.
Main Office

Main Office
8420 West Dodge Road
Suite 310, Morgan Place
Omaha  NE  68114

Phone
  • 402-733-8989
Fax
  • 402-733-8990
Immigration Law
We provide excellent customer service in assisting with your immigration needs.
Whether your goal is to live permanently in the United States or to work here temporarily, whether you are an undocumented worker, a high-powered executive, or a citizen marrying your foreign fiance, Curley Immigration Law has the experience to help you. Since 1999, our attorneys have helped clients across the full spectrum of immigration issues, including:
-Employment-based immigration
-Family-sponsored immigration
-Nonimmigrant visas
-H-1B
-L-1
-O-1
-TN
-Naturalization
-Deportation and removal proceedings
-Immigration bonds
-Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
-Waivers of 10 and 3 year bars to re-entry
-Asylum and refugee status
-TPS and humanitarian visas
-Employment Authorization Documents (EAD)
-Travel documents
-Green card renewal
-Representation at USCIS interviews

Understanding the immigration bureaucracy:
The U.S. immigration system is comprised of a complex web of intricate laws and vast bureaucratic agencies, each with its own rules, regulations and policies. Our attorneys maneuver comfortably through the red tape to bring you the best possible outcomes when dealing with:
-Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
-U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
-U.S. Border Patrol (CBP)
-U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
-Department of Labor (DOL)
-Worldwide consulates and embassies
-Immigration Court
-Federal Court
-Detention facilities

Applying for a visa:
Applying for a visa takes more than sending forms to USCIS. The U.S. government places strict requirements on qualifications and outlines inflexible procedures for filing. Mistakes on your application can lead to crucial delays and a potential denial. Each type of visa comes with its own set of essential criteria, which must precisely match your qualifications. Our attorneys discuss your short-term and ultimate immigration goals to set up a long-range plan. We thoroughly analyze your situation to choose the appropriate pathway, and meticulously gather evidence that supports each element of your eligibility. We anticipate complications and troubleshoot before problems occur.

Constantly-changing immigration laws:
Immigration policy is under constant debate and the laws are frequently modified. In addition, the various government agencies that administer immigration policies regularly update their procedures, forms and guidelines. Curley Immigration Law stays current on the shifts in immigration law and updated on potential changes in the pipeline. To successfully advise you, we consider not only the laws as they exist but the possibilities of beneficial as well as harmful reforms. Fastidious and dedicated, we relentlessly pursue your case and develop unique solutions to complicated issues.

Mark J. Curley

ISLN: 900159747
Principal/Owner

Practice areas:
-Business immigration (55 percent of practice)
-Permanent visas (15 percent of practice)
-Family immigration law (15 percent of practice)
-Citizenship (5 percent of practice)
-Asylum (5 percent of practice)
-Consular Processing of Visas (5 percent of practice)
-Immigration and Naturalization

Admitted:
-Nebraska, 1993
-South Dakota, 1994

Education:
Creighton University, J.D.

Associations & memberships:
-American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
-Nebraska State Bar Association
-State Bar of South Dakota
-Omaha Bar Association

Biographical details:

Alpha Sigma Nu, National Jesuit Honor Society; Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society. Adjunct Faculty, College of Saint Mary, Paralegal Studies Program. President, Dundee Elementary Parent-Teacher Association. Fellow: Iowa/Nebraska AILA Chapter Chair (2010 - 2011). Member, AILA National Benefits Center Liaison Committee (2011 - 2012).

Mark J. Curley was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1968. He was admitted to the bar in Nebraska in 1993 and in South Dakota in 1994. His first position as an attorney was with Brown & Brown, P.C. in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was exposed to many areas of the law including litigation, real estate, immigration, corporate, tax, and estates and trusts. In 1999, he founded the Curley Immigration Law Office to devote his practice exclusively to immigration and naturalization cases.
Education
  • Creighton University
    Juris Doctorate

Pamela Bloch

Pamela Bloch has been practicing law for over 20 years and has specialized in removal/deportation asylum cases during the past ten years.
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