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David Katona specializes on immigration law, you can submit immigration questions online and he will answer in 2 business days. David Katona, also can help you processing your case and submitting your USA immigration application. Mr. Katona is very experienced in all the aspects of business and family immigration, and in the defense and federal appeals of removal (or deportation). This U.S. immigration lawyer is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the New York City Bar Association. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Corporate Practice Committee of AILA's New York Chapter. Learn more about David Katona and how to ask questions online to this expert US Immigration Attorney Lawyer. Mr. Katona serves as a co-founding partner of the law firm Katona & Mir LLP and continues to practice exclusively in the area of immigration law. In addition to being a partner at Katona & Mir, Mr. Katona also serves as an Of Counsel immigration consultant to law firms in New York City and Palo Alto, California. He speaks 3 languages, English, Spanish and Hungarian. Submit your immigration questions online to the immigration Lawyer David G. Katona. If you prefer we can schedule a phone consultation with David Katona, you can send your questions by email and receive answers during your phone consultation.
Waverley Madden is the founder of Madden Law Firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This attorney is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and admitted to practice Law in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Specializes in Immigration, Bankruptcy, Entertainment, Business, and Family law. She is a lawyer and licensed Notary Public and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Ms. Madden earned her law degree from Howard University School of Law, Washington D.C. Graduated cum laude from McGill University School of Law in Montreal, Canada with a Bachelor of Social Work and a Minor in Women’s Studies. She is available to answer your questions online about the process of U.S. Immigration in English and French. Click here to submit your immigration questions online to Waverley Madden now. Ms. Madden is also available to provide phone consultations.
Jason E. Peltz is the attorney founder of the Law Offices of Jason E. Peltz in Michigan. Mr. Jason E. Peltz has been serving the needs of corporations, citizens and immigrants for over a decade. He earned his Bachelor Degree from the University of Michigan. He is a graduate of the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law. He is a member of the State Bar of Michigan. Has assisted individuals obtaining H-1B, E-3, TN, O-1, L-1A and L-1B visas and has obtained green card status for people in the extraordinary ability category. This immigration lawyer is admitted to practice law in the state of Michigan and is admitted and qualified as an attorney and counselor in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He is an expert on U.S. Immigration and related issues, and is available to answer your questions by email or you during a Phone Consultation.
The Lawyer Kristy Figueroa-Contreras, based in Miami, Florida, specializes in US Immigration Law. This immigration attorney is the founding partner of The Law Offices of Negri, Torres & Figueroa-Contreras, P.A. in Miami, Florida, an international trade, business and immigration law firm with offices and affiliates across Latin America. She handles all types of matters about U.S. immigration, visa, naturalization, and consular law. Her firm also handles document procurement, certified translations, apostilles and legalizations and can answer questions about any related issues by email or phone. Has experience in other areas of the law, like civil and criminal trial at both the state and federal levels as well as the representation in Florida dependency courts. She is especially skilled in matters involving the intersection of criminal law and immigration. She is an expert in family-based immigrant petitions, including adjustments of status, K-1, K-2 and K-3 visas and Special Immigrant (I-360) petitions for beneficiaries under the Violence Against Women Act. This Immigration attorney can assist clients in obtaining non-immigrant work-related and investor visas in the E, H, TN, L, O and P categories, as well as business (B-1) visitor visas. Also obtained permanent resident (“green card”) status for individuals in EB-1 extraordinary ability and EB-2, as well as through the PERM Labor Certification. She is available to answer your questions online about U.S. Immigration English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. Click here to submit your immigration questions online to this attorney now.
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