"We usually settle cases before trial,
precisely because we are NOT afraid to go to court."


Bringing Your Spouse Or Fiancé To America

If you are a legal immigrant living and working in upstate New York and are seeking USCIS approval to bring your fiancé/fiancée or spouse to join you in America, there is a specific process that needs to be followed.

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Inadmissibility To Canada/Rehabilitation Applications

Rehabilitation applications are required for individuals who have committed crimes or minor violations considered to be crimes in Canada in the past, and are denied entry to Canada when attempting to enter at the border.

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Bringing Your Same-Sex Partner To America

Windsor v. United States was a landmark Supreme Court case, ending on June 26, 2013, which declared DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act) as unconstitutional under the Fifth Amendment. This decision bestows same-sex marriages the same protections and privileges as traditional marriages. Same-sex couples who legally marry may now be sponsored by their U.S. citizen spouse for their green card for the first time ever.

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Fort Drum/Military Personnel

We consider ourselves to be fortunate to have Fort Drum, one of the largest and most significant military bases in the country, in our own backyard. Based in Watertown, New York, Fort Drum is home to thousands of service members and their families, many of whom have questions about immigration rights, which we are happy to answer.

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Immigration: Stalemate on Unifying Separated Immigrant Families

The following is a reflection on Tuesday's online article by "The Hill" - Public Policy Expert: US Faces "Crisis of Governance on Immigration"

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