1. Nine Defenses To Deportation

    The threat of deportation can be a major stress on your life. Any non-citizen of the United States can be deported for a wide variety of reasons. Certain people are at a far greater risk for deportation than others. Undocumented immigrants and non-citizens with a criminal record are the most likely to be deported. United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the federal agency respon…Read More

  2. Overview Of The Different Types Of Immigrant Visas

    The United States of America is the land of opportunity. Generation after generation, people from all around the world immigrate here for a fresh start and a chance to live the American Dream. According to the Department of Homeland Security’s Yearbook of Immigration Statistics, nearly one million individuals gain lawful permanent resident status each year. The first step in obtaining this statu…Read More

  3. Real Estate Representation With Results

    There are many times in life where you may find yourself in need of real estate attorney services. No matter what your need, we are here for you. We have the real estate law experience to help you achieve a favorable outcome in line with your needs and goals. Here are a few of the most common reasons you might need real estate attorney services. Landlord/Tenant Disputes Disputes between landlords …Read More

  4. How to Stop Deportation

    Under the current immigration laws, the United States will typically deport people who they see aren’t contributing to society as a whole. Whether you are facing deportation because your visa is expired, you’ve received a DUI, or you’ve been convicted of a crime such as shoplifting, our immigration lawyer can provide you with the attorney services in Fort Lee that you need to stop deportatio…Read More

  5. Facing Deportation? We Can Help

    U.S. immigration laws are extraordinarily complicated. It has been said that immigration law is second only to tax law in its complexity. Even small mistakes in a visa application, or the evidence provided as part of the green card process can lead to long delays, denials, and deportation. For these reasons and more, many people choose to use attorney services in Fort Lee. Immigration lawyers inte…Read More

  6. FORT LEE IMMIGRATION LAWYER CONSIDERS BECOMING A CITIZEN VS. REMAINING A PERMANENT RESIDENT

    If you are a permanent resident of the United States hoping to become a citizen, you should carefully research what is required and what the positives and negatives are. It might seem obvious if you have dreamed of becoming a citizen for a while, but a Fort Lee Immigration Lawyer can tell you that you should be aware of certain downsides to becoming a citizen.…Read More

  7. A NJ TRADEMARK ATTORNEY DISCUSSES TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT AND COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS

    A trademark is like a corporate fingerprint. Just as your fingerprint is unique among all others, your trademark should be as well. In the paragraphs below, a NJ trademark attorney explains how trademark infringement can threaten you and your business. Knock-off Products We’ve all seen the “designer” watches, clothing, purses and other products that look almost exactly like the real thing bu…Read More

  8. A FORT LEE BUSINESS ATTORNEY DISCUSSES ANTICIPATORY REPUDIATION

    In the paragraphs below, an experienced Fort Lee business attorney discusses anticipatory repudiation in contract law. What It Means Anticipatory repudiation is a form of breach of contract. In a contract, two individuals, companies or other entities have entered into a formal agreement that imposes specific terms and requires certain actions of each party. If one of the parties informs the other …Read More