At STERN Law, we want to provide you as a non-U.S. citizen the same level of legal representation and defense as any citizen. We know why you really came to the United States, and we want to give you the opportunity to achieve and live your American dream. We have years of experience successfully representing challenging immigration cases in the U.S., and we are committed to defending your immigration rights even if your case seems impossible. If another attorney has told you that there is nothing they can do for you, don’t give up before giving us a call.
You have rights as an immigrant, and we specialize in defending them. We will fight for your rights as a non-U.S. citizen who is pending a complex immigration case so that you can stay in the country while receiving immigration benefits. If your goal is to create a better life for yourself, provide better opportunities for your family in the U.S., be able to travel back to your home country, and build the life you always dreamed of, contact us and let’s talk about your options. We will develop a specific strategy just for you, to ensure the best possible outcome for your case. Your application will be properly handled, avoiding errors, delays, or rejections on simple or complex immigration benefit processes by having an experienced legal team on your side.
Immigration law can be complicated, and changes are happening that need to be accounted for in your application to avoid denials. The STERN Law team has years of experience successfully representing immigration cases, and we are a firm that works exclusively with non-U.S. citizens.
Do not be intimidated to take the next step on your immigration journey. You don’t have to do it alone! We will guide you every step of the way, whether your case is traditional immigration or involves a more complex situation. We are experts in U.S. immigration laws, and we know how to fight immigration cases for non-U.S. citizens. We are here to provide you the best options to help you reach your goal. We fight proudly to secure your permanent place here in the United States, and we don’t take “no” for an answer.
Qualifying relatives of U.S citizens or lawful permanent residents seeking legal residency through a family-based application
Non-U.S. citizens who are victims of violent crimes or domestic violence in the U.S., who participate in the prosecution of crime and/or separate from their abusive spouse
Non-U.S. citizens facing Deportation/Removal
Seekers of Humanitarian Parole in the U.S.
Permanent residents who wish to earn U.S. Citizenship via the Naturalization Process
Consular Processing for visas (either visitor or family-based Immigrant Visas)
Non-U.S. citizens applying for Temporary Protected Status