Law Offices of Abeer Amin provides comprehensive immigration legal services to individual clients, families, and corporations so they may obtain their case specific immigration goals.
Welcome to the Law Offices of Abeer Amin, LLC. Our law firm prides itself as combining our vast immigration experience and knowledge with a genuine passion and personal interest in helping our clients obtain their immigration goals. We handle immigration for individuals, families, and corporations. We provide a purely customized service to all our clients to fit their needs and requirements in the best possible manner. We convey complex immigration issues in a simple manner so that our clients are well informed to make the best possible decision for their future. In this volatile immigration climate, we promise that you won't feel like you're just another client when you're doing business with us we'll make sure you feel like you're our only client, with every service tailored and molded according to your exact preferences. Having the office located in the heart of New York City, at Time Square, Law Offices of Abeer Amin, LLC provides federal immigration services to clients all over the United States and abroad. We speak several languages including, English, Spanish, Urdu, and Hindi. Attorney Abeer Amin is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). We can be reached via telephone 877-960-0424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
New York City NY 10036
20 minutes for new clients
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Spanish, Hindi, Urdu.
The firm provides the clients with all the assistance they need regarding filing a visa application to be permitted entry into the United States for various purposes.
We specialize in the following areas of immigration: *Adjustment of Status (I-485/Family-Based) *Relative Visas/Fiancee (I-130) (K) *Consular Processing *Change / Extension of Non-Immigrant Status (I-539) * E-2 Investment Visa * EB1 (A/B/C) * PERM/Green Card * NIW * H1B Visa * TN Visa * L-1 Visa * O Visa * P Visa * F-1 Visa
I knew before ever setting foot in law school, that I wanted to practice immigration law. Like many foreign-born parents, my parents sacrificed much to prepare my siblings and me for an education that would promise a future in America. I graduated from college and law school in the United States. Because I benefitted so personally from the promises of immigration, I attended law school with the intention of becoming an immigration lawyer. One of my chief motivators is the awareness that while each of my family members pursued a different immigration path to this country, some found their journey easier than others. Those who immigrated with relative ease had qualified help before venturing onto foreign soil. Sharing those experiences, coupled with my own history, compelled my interests in providing the highest level of care to the greatest number of people leaving their homeland and venturing courageously into the unknown.
* Admitted to practice in NJ. Practice in NY limited to Federal Immigration Law
Because my intended path was always settled, everything I have done professionally has prepared me for the rigorous demands of a full-service immigration practice. In law school, I was a pro bono Student Practitioner for the Barry immigration Clinic. I assisted and represented non-citizens seeking immigration benefits or defending against removal proceedings before the Department of Homeland Security and the Executive Office for Immigration Review.
After law school I joined various boutique law firms that specialized in immigration applications for both individuals and business entities. In the business realm, I assisted business entities navigate the complex immigration requirements of acquiring international talent, including helping private sector professionals gain permanent residency and other non-immigrant visas, such as securing H1B status. I also assisted internationally recognized photographers, journalists, artists, and other individuals with extraordinary abilities to obtain O1 Visa and assisted IT professionals and other human resource professionals obtain permanent residence status on the basis of highly specialized EB1 Visas reserved for multi-national executives and managers. With respect individual immigration applicants, I assisted clients acquire waivers forextreme hardship applications and analyzed and addressed a variety of consular processing issues.
Whether working on behalf of a large company or a single individual, I am always aware of the importance of creating ease in an otherwise anxious process, one I have occupied equally on both sides as an immigrant and an attorney. The American dream starts with eliminating barriers to legal entry. My commitment to my clients is to treat their immigration needs with the same care, diligence and respect that I would demand for my family or myself.
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