SERVICES

We are a full-service U.S. immigration law firm providing professional legal services to employers, institutions, professionals, families and individuals. The following are the major categories of our services. We understand each case and client is unique. Our goal is to find the best solution for your particular situation.

  • Persons with Extraordinary Ability (EB-1A)
  • Outstanding Scientists and Researchers (EB-1B)
  • Multinational company transferee executives and managers (EB-1C)
  • National Interest Waiver (EB-2)
  • Exceptional Ability Petition (EB-2)
  • PERM Labor Certification based Green Card Applications (EB-2 and EB-3)
  • Religious workers or special immigrant visas (EB-4)
  • Investor or Employment-Creation Visa (EB-5)
  • Filing of I-140 Immigrant Visa Petition and I-485 Adjustment of Status
  • Request for Evidence, Motion to Reopen / Reconsider, Appeal
  • Employer Compliance Issues (document I-9 violations, knowing hiring violations, E-Verify, nondiscriminatory practices, etc.)
  • Refusal of visas (e.g., 221g issues)
  • AC-21 Issues (extensions, portability, etc.)
  • Motions to Reconsider/Reopen PERM labor application denial
  • Motions to Reconsider/Reopen H-1B / I-140 denial
  • Ability to Pay Issues
  • H-1B Employer-Employee relationship, Third Party Placement, issues
  • Entrepreneur starting a new U.S. Business – Legal Counsel

  • U.S. citizen applying for your wife or husband, and their children under 21
  • U.S. citizen applying for your fiancée in overseas (for a fiancée visa)
  • U.S. citizen applying for your mother or father (if you are over 21)
  • U.S. citizen applying for your child under the age of 21
  • U.S. citizen applying for your unmarried son or daughter 21 or older
  • U.S. citizens applying for your married son or daughter 21 or older, and their spouses and children
  • U.S. citizens applying for your brother or sister and their spouses and children (if you are over 21)
  • Lawful resident applying for your wife or husband
  • Lawful resident applying for your unmarried child, son or daughter
  • Refugee or asylee (granted asylum) applying for your husband or wife, or child

  • F-1 student visa
  • B-1 / B-2 visa for business and pleasure
  • H-1B visa for professionals and specialty employment
  • K-1 fiancée visa; K-3 visa for wife/husband
  • L-1A and L-1B visas for multinational company employees
  • E treaty trader and investor visa
  • TN visa for Canadians and Mexicans
  • O-1 extraordinary ability person visa
  • J-1 exchange visitor / 212e Foreign Residence Requirement Waiver
  • Other visas (O, P, A, G, etc.) for entertainers, artists, athletes, religious workers, diplomats, etc.
  • Waivers for fraud, minor criminal violations, etc.
  • Extension of visa status, change of status to another visa category
  • 221(g) Visa Refusals
  • B-1 visa employment issues
  • F-1/OPT/CPT Issues
  • AC-21 issues

  • Apply for naturalization based on five (5) years of lawful residence
  • Apply for naturalization based on marriage to a U.S. citizen and three (3) years of lawful residence
  • Apply for medical disability waiver of the English and/or Civics requirements.
  • Apply for naturalization and waiver of the English requirement based on 55/15 and 50/20 rules
  • Apply for naturalization and special consideration based on 65/25 rule.
  • Apply for derivative citizenship for a child based on parent(s)’ U.S. citizenship.
  • Apply for automatic citizenship for a child adopted by a U.S. citizen parent
  • Apply for Certificate of Citizenship
  • Appeal of Denial of Naturalization Application
  • Apply for replacement of Certificate of Naturalization

  • Apply for Adjustment of Status (I-485) in the United States
  • Apply for an immigrant visa to enter the U.S. as a legal resident
  • Section 245(i) special law for unlawful status, EWIs, etc.
  • Submit civil documents and affidavit of support documents to National Visa Center (NVC) for immigrant visa application
  • Attorney representation at Adjustment (Green Card) interview in the U.S.
  • Prepare Affidavit of Support application (I-864) and supporting documents
  • Respond to NVC ‘Checklist” requests
  • Respond to USCIS Request for Evidence (RFE)

  • Apply for political asylum based on fear of persecution
  • Attorney representation before in Immigration Court
  • Appeal before Board of Immigration Appeal (BIA)
  • Relief from deportation (political asylum, waivers, voluntary departure, cancellation of removal, etc.)
  • Motion to Reopen deportation case
  • Legal counsel for persons in unlawful status in the U.S.

  • Special visa programs / Dream Act / Childhood Arrivals
  • Apply for Reentry Permit - Maintain your lawful resident status (green card)
  • Replace and renew your green card
  • Diversity Visas ("green card lottery")
  • Battered/abused spouses self-petition
  • Waiver to overcome previous immigration violations or criminal issues. (I-601)
  • Provisional unlawful presence waiver - apply in the United States and before you depart for your immigrant visa interviews abroad.
  • Permission to Reapply for Admission after deportation from the U.S. (I-212)
  • Humanitarian Restatement of immigration visa petition after petitioner’s death
  • Abandonment of lawful permanent resident status (green card)

Appointments

  • Phone Consultations
  • Weekend/Evening Appointments
  • Out of State Services
  • VISA/MC/AE Accepted

We serve clients from all countries and walks of life from investors, professionals, skilled labourers, and people wishing to join their family members in the USA.

Contact Us

1-732-632-9888

Paul Szeto LLC.
190 State Route 27
No. Edison, NJ 08820 USA
info@szetolaw.com

Languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin

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Admissions & Associations

Bar Admissions:
  • New York State Bar
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
  • New Jersey State Bar
  • Middlesex County Bar Association
  • California Bar (inactive)
Associations:
  • New York State Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Middlesex County Bar Association
  • California Bar Association
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