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U.S. Immigration Lawyer in New York City

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New York immigration attorney Cheryl David has earned a national reputation for effective legal representation in difficult cases. In deportation proceedings, she protects the rights of those with complicated family-based issues, provides legal counsel to foreign nationals accused of crimes, and helps obtain entry visas for family members previously deemed inadmissible.

To learn how you can benefit from her and the rest of her staff's experience and thorough understanding of U.S. immigration law, contact the Law Office of Cheryl R. David in New York City. Our law firm offers a total commitment to our clients' immigration problems.

Cheryl David serves on the national board of governors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. In this capacity, she travels nationwide to lecture and train other lawyers about the best ways to handle tough problems. As chair of the New York ICE Detention and Removal Committee, Ms. David is known as a national leader in protecting the rights of foreign nationals facing deportation.

At the Law Office of Cheryl R. David, our practice covers the full range of immigration issues, from family-based visas to employment-based green cards and naturalization. Because of our experience with detention and removal hearings, much of the work at our law firm involves finding solutions to the problems faced by people and families concerned about the threat of deportation.

Please view the following video for supplementary information on immigration by Cheryl David - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-hp5Tpr_U8

For an initial consultation with an attorney who's at her best on difficult immigration problems, contact the Law Office of Cheryl R. David in New York.

Bi-national same sex couples now have the same federally recognized rights as all other lawfully married couples. Following the June 26, 2013 decision of the U.S. Supreme Court, United States v. Windsor, 570 U.S. ___ (2013), lawfully married gay couples are now eligible to apply for immigration benefits previously unavailable to them. The effects of this historic ruling are dramatic and immediate. In many instances bi-national same sex couples and families will no longer have to choose between love and country. If you think you or someone in your family can benefit from the Supreme Courtís decision, please give us a call.

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Immigration Overview

President Obama just granted temporary relief for those individuals who were brought to the United States as children (click here to read more)