At Polizzotto & Polizzotto, LLC, our firm takes pride in the representation we provide to families and individuals throughout the state in the immigration process and in becoming citizens of the United States. We understand the impact your case will have on you and your family’s future.
Committed To Helping You Accomplish Your Immigration Goals
Our attorneys take the time to listen to you explain your specific needs, goals and family dynamics so that we can provide highly customized legal guidance in accomplishing those goals in the most timely manner possible. Whether you are seeking a visa, petitioning for a family member or wishing to naturalize, we can assist you in each step with a full explanation of all options.
Our firm handles all types of immigration petitions and applications, including those involving:
Leaving and entering the United States — No matter what stage of the immigration process your status stands at, our attorneys can help you understand your legal options for leaving and returning to the country, providing a realistic understanding of all rights and risks.
Legal permanent residency (LPR) or “green cards” — As you seek your legal permanent residency to remain in the country on a permanent basis, our lawyers will provide representation and guidance that is customized to your specific situation, family dynamics and goals for the future.
Citizenship and naturalization — It is one of our firm’s greatest honors to assist individuals throughout the state in successfully completing the naturalization process to become United States citizens.
Family-based petitions — We represent spouses, parents, sons, daughters and siblings in petitioning for the immigration status or visa of a family member in the United States.
Renewing visas/adjustments in status — If your visa is expiring or you must seek an immediate change in immigration status, our attorneys can provide the guidance and representation you need to efficiently accomplish this and avoid costly mistakes.
Cancellation of removal — Whether you are a nonpermanent resident or you hold a green card, a situation might arise that forces you to face the stressful, frustrating removal process, also called “deportation.” Based on your unique circumstances, we will fight to build a case for you to remain in the United States to live and work.
To learn more about our immigration services and how we can help, please contact our law offices today at 347-462-0510.