Your US Immigration Project is Our Goal
Law office of Alena Shautsova is a boutique US immigration New York law firm that is focused on its clients' immigration goals and interests. Our NYC immigration lawyers are dedicated to provide the best short and long term solutions to every unique situation. Although US Immigration laws are equal for everybody, each client's story is different.
Our US immigration lawyers recognize that, making every step with our clients towards their dream. Whether it is a family sponsored petition, or a multi-million dollar business US immigration project that we are working on, every New York City lawyer in our law firm is dedicated to pursue excellence, great customer service and corresponding results. The results we get for our clients are our best witnesses of the diligent work our New York immigration lawyers do.
NYC immigration lawyer: A conviction of domestic violence makes a person removable, but not inadmissible. In other words, if one is a lawful permanent resident and is convicted of domestic violence, he/she can be removed (deported). However, if one is a visa holder, or a person out-of-status, without status and is applying for an adjustment of status or an immigrant visa, his/her application will not be denied due to the conviction itself. The tricky part here, however, is what can be considered a conviction of domestic violence. New York Penal Law, for example, does not have an article of the crime of domestic violence. However, what makes one’s conviction, one of domestic violence is the special relationship between the offender and the victim. So, for example, one convicted of harassment may be regarded as convicted of domestic violence, if the harasser is a partner, husband/wife, parent/etc. of the victim. For Immigration purposes, however, a conviction from a criminal court may have to undergo a spec...Full immigration article »
NYC immigration lawyer: A green card holder or a lawful permanent resident, is presumed to have settled in the United States after the receipt of the status. As such, the law states, that if an LPR spends too much time abroad, he/she can lose the green card. Often, the issue arises in the airport upon the LPR’s arrival ...Full green card article »
NYC immigration lawyer: a The last day of October 2017 was truly horrifying, and not only for New Yorkers who had to face yet another attack, but I believe for the whole world community of people who are tired of hatred and violence. As we all know, President Trump reacted immediately and defensively: he suggested that t...Full asylum article »
NYC immigration lawyer: On October 8, 2017, President Trump released new Immigration priorities. The US will head in the direction of limiting family based immigration, as well as refugee-based immigration and favoring immigrants with high skills. Fewer people will qualify for visas and green cards, and fewer green car...Full asylum article »
NYC immigration lawyer: USCIS has recently changed its I 765 work authorization application. Now, certain applicants who have never had a social security number in the US, will be able to obtain it simultaneously with the work authorization. An EAD or employment authorization card allows certain applicants to start lega...Full green card article »
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Flexible US Immigration Services
Our NYC lawyers are focused on US immigration and speak your language! We connect with our clients the way they choose it at the time they choose it. You could benefit from our flexible payment options and a friendly, ready to serve you team of experienced New York immigration lawyers to support your needs, including transportation and travel arrangements, document collection, translation and interpretations, apostile, notary public, and services in the countries overseas (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Germany, Israel, Brazil, Canada, Jamaica, China, Taiwan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, India, Pakistan).
US Immigration Know-How And Fast Response
Our US immigration lawyers share their knowledge about immigration or the corresponding legal matter with our clients and help them to get acquainted with the US immigration process; New York lawyers provide support in collecting the legal documents necessary for your immigration; New York immigration lawyers connect the clients with a network of specialists; always answer the phone or return a phone call within 2 hours; our New York lawyers are easy and fast to reach by email and text messages; get prepared for the interviews and appearances by experienced lawyers, explaining your every step and stage of the US immigration process; our attorneys will provide regular updates on the cases and issues we work on.
Law Firm That Will Fight For Your US Immigration Status
Shautsova's US immigration lawyers will fight for your immigration status; we fight for your dreamed entry Into the United States of America and ability to live without pressure of being deported; New York lawyers take the worries regarding your US immigration status out of your life.
Long Term US Immigration Solution
NY lawyers provide long term solutions for your US immigration challenges: tell us your goal and our experienced immigration lawyers will help you achieve it. We make the most complex US immigration problems easy for you!
Russian Speaking US Immigration Lawyer NYC
Alena Shautsova is the only Russian speaking attorney who is a member of the NYSBA Special Committee on Immigration Representation in New York. New York Lawyer with a Superb ( the highest) rating on one of the most credible attorney ranking systems Avvo.com. Over the course of her career as a immigration lawyer in New York Ms. Shautsova has handled over a hundred marriage petitions, appeals, adjustment of status applications, employment based petitions and waivers. She successfully represented clients at the asylum hearings and interviews; cancellation of removal hearings and marriage interviews.
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Law firm of Alena Shautsova in the News
Radio Free Europe / By Carl Schreck / November 04, 2015
John CaherNew / York Law Journal / 08-01-2012
A recent U.S. Supreme Court holding that grand jury witnesses are entitled to absolute immunity from a civil rights action will not shield a police officer accused of malicious prosecution where the officer initiated the case by signing a criminal complaint, a federal judge in Brooklyn has held.