NYC Immigration Lawyer: Your US Immigration Project is Our Goal
Law office of Alena Shautsova P.C. is a boutique US immigration New York law firm dedicated to delivering the best long and short terms solutions for our clients’ immigration needs. Our New York Immigration attorneys help with all types of Immigration matters, including Family and Employment-based Immigration, VAWA, U and T visas, Deportation and Removal Defense, Immigration Hardship waivers, Asylum, BIA and AAO appeals, motions to reopen with USCIS, BIA and Immigration court, Criminal Immigration issues, representation in Immigration court (hearings, motions, and appeals), Immigration interviews, and finding solutions for those who already have orders of removal or deportation or were found inadmissible and denied US Immigration visas. Immigration matters can be complex, and the constantly changing Immigration regulations call for creative and immediate response. Do not fight complex Immigration matters alone! Allow our NYC Immigration lawyers to alleviate your stress and help you! Together, we will strive to deliver the best results tailored to your needs!
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NYC immigration lawyer: An E Visa, commonly referred to as a business visa, can be obtained by 3 types of foreign nationals whose country has an appropriate treaty with the United States, specifically a treaty of commerce and navigation: Traders – people who engage in substantial international trade of goods, services or technology between the United States and the treaty country. Investors – a person who will direct and develop new business in the US or expand an existing business to the US. The Investment must be real ( i.e. at risk of loss, irrevocably committed, and possessed and controlled by the investor). Employees – Executives, supervisors or other essential workers needed to sustain or expand an existing business in the US. An E Visa is a non-immigrant business visa and will not make an individual eligible for a permanent residence alone. E visa will also grant dependent spouses and minor children E Status and these dependents qualify for application of employment authorization. Once grant...
NYC immigration lawyer: , co-author: Greg Abrams Reports of DACA recipients receiving notices to appear in Immigration Court began on December 29th, 2019. What a great way to start the New Year… with fear and uncertainty. When a person applies for DACA, they concede that they are deportable from the US, but ask for defer...
NYC immigration lawyer: The changes to the policy happened right before the start of the holiday season, December 20, 2019. Unfortunately for some, these changes are not gifts. Since the development of temporary protected status (TPS), and the ability to travel outside the country temporarily and return if you obtained a...
NYC immigration lawyer: President Trump is hard on Immigration issues: under his administration, we have all heard news of family separation, travel ban, and expansion of expedited removal. Yet, on December 20, 2019, he signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act, a military spending bill, that contained one o...
NYC immigration lawyer: When a person receives the status of a permanent resident before his or her marriage is more than 2 years old, or if a person is an investor, he or she usually will become a conditional resident, with the residency given for 2 years. That condition from the residency will have to be removed by f...
New York law Firm Overview
Alena Shautsova is a top-rated New York Immigration lawyer, working in Brooklyn and Syosset. She handles all types of immigration matters and also provides help with litigation and employment discrimination matters. Her knowledge and expertise in not only Immigration laws, but also the US litigation system is helping her clients to achieve desired results. Ms. Shautsova has been practicing law in the U.S. for over a decade. She is a member and a leader of various Bar associations, including NYSBA, ABA, and AILA, earning the trust of her colleagues and clients. Ms. Shautsova has been a member of the ABA House of Delegates, acted as a judge at various New York Immigration moot court competitions, put together educational programs for attorneys in New York, and appeared on News channels on issues related to Immigration and practice of law in the US. You can read more about her experience and achievements in About the Law Firm section.
Our Experience and Hard work Will Earn Your Trust
At the Law Office of Alena Shautsova, we make sure that our clients know what we are working on for them and how exactly we will get them to the desired results. We spent time explaining the Immigration laws and why particular solutions are the best for your case. Our Facebook page and Youtube channel are dedicated to providing free smart immigration tips. So far, we have published more than a hundred free Immigration videos where New York Immigration lawyer Alena Shautsova explains the US Immigration laws and recent updates. Every month we sent out a Free Immigration Law Updates newsletter where we highlight the most important changes in Immigration law.
Russian Speaking US Immigration Lawyer NYC
Alena Shautsova is the only Russian speaking attorney who was 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 an immigration lawyer in New York, Ms. Shautsova has handled hundreds of marriage petitions, appeals, adjustment of status applications, employment-based petitions, and Immigration waivers. We won asylum and deportation cases for our clients, extraordinary ability petitions, U visa, T visa, VAWA cases and more! New York Immigration lawyer Alena Shautsova is waiting to help you too!
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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.