Happy New Year!
Here we are, a few weeks into the New Year and the inauguration of President-Elect Trump is upon us.
For better or worse, like any new political administration, we should expect change. While promises made on the campaign trail are often meant to be broken, some presently existing programs may go away. This is not meant to instill fear. Instead, it is meant to encourage you to apply for what you can now. Laws don't change overnight and cannot be retroactive in their application even if changed. Please, let us help you get an application for relief started before it's too late.
It is our job-which we take very seriously-to be stay abreast of the most current developments and determine how, if at all, they may apply to you. We know the law better than anyone and creatively and zealously advocate on behalf of our clients within said law(s). Combine that with state of the art law firm technology and a cutting-edge approach to case presentation and you have a winning team of professionals working for you.
Consequently, it's a good time to consider what's next in your U.S. immigration future. Are you ready to find out what you can do to keep your family together, to get authorization to work and to be able to more meaningfully provide for your family both here and abroad? If you are already a permanent resident, is it time yet to remove the conditions on your conditional residency or to change your residency to citizenship? Better yet, is it time to become a U.S. citizen?
At Wilner & O'Reilly, we possess the legal expertise and practical experience to help you reach your immigration goals. If there is a way to get it done, we will.
ONE FOCUS. ONE PASSION. U.S. IMMIGRATION LAW