If you're facing an immigration issue, it can be a very stressful experience. You can reduce stress by selecting an immigration attorney wisely. Let us advocate for you so that you can stay at ease, knowing that we have your interests at heart.
Never dealt with an immigration lawyer before? Work with an attorney who takes a personal approach and is committed to providing each client with professional, responsive and solution-centric legal assistance. Specifically, an immigration lawyer who will answer your calls and e-mails promptly and who treats each client as an individual. At that Law Firm of Kyce Siddiqi, know that your case will not go through an assembly line of a team of paralegals or assistants. Rather, Attorney Kyce Siddiqi personally handles your case from beginning to the end. From the moment we accept a case, we devote our attention, time, and resources to fight for the best possible result.
122 Plainfield Avenue
Floral Park NY 11001
*Adjustment of Status (I-485/Family-Based) *Relative Visas (I-130) *Consular Processing *Change / Extension of Non-Immigrant Status (I-539) *Humanitarian Parole *Humanitarian Reinstatement *Detention and Removal Defense *Fiance Visa (K-1) *Visitor Visa (B-1/B-2) *DACA *Occupation Visa (O, P, R) *Student/Trainee Visa (F-1, J-1) *Green Card Applications and Removal of Conditions (I-751) *Interview representation (Stokes, Citizenship, etc) *Naturalization and Application for Certificate of Citizenship (N-400 and N-600) *Refugee / Asylum Cases (I-589) *Request for Prosecutorial discretion *VAWA Petition (Violence Against Women Act) *U and T Visas - Victims of Trafficking or Criminal Activity *TPS Applications (I-821) *Waivers (I-212 / I-601)
Available 7 days a week
English, Turkish, Persian, Spanish
Attorney Kyce Siddiqi and his family are immigrants. And therefore, we understand how you might be feeling throughout the immigration process. We want you to reunite with your loved ones and will help you with your immigrant applications to bring them into the United States.
As a former police officer and overseas trainer for U.S. State Department funded legal education programs, Attorney Siddiqi brings his combined international and domestic experience to help you understand your options and aggressively pursue your goals.
We will handle your case personally and thoroughly, and will provide you with prompt updates as they come. Your case will not go through an assembly line process where you have a team of paralegals or assistants handling your case. You should feel confident knowing that a licensed immigration attorney and NOT a case manager or legal assistant is working on your case.
As the principal attorney and owner of The Law Firm of Kyce Siddiqi, Attorney Kyce Siddiqi is an immigration lawyer who has over a decade of legal and criminal justice experience. Mr. Siddiqi is a decorated former (retired) NYPD Police Officer and international rule of law advisor, having worked overseas on behalf of the U.S. State Department.
He is licensed in New York and Texas and multiple U.S. Federal Courts, and is eligible to practice immigration law in all 50 states.
Mr. Siddiqi's practice focuses on family-based immigration, consular processing, naturalization, asylum, and removal defense. An immigrant himself who personally knows how difficult the immigration process can be, Attorney Siddiqi strives to treat each client like family and not like a "number."
He is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, the Nassau County Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas.
Bar Number: 24070618
Bar Number: 5295076
New York Law School
Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2009
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