The United States (U.S.) Immigration laws are one of the most complex and difficult areas of law with constant changes and new developments. The U.S. Immigration laws are governed by Federal Statute and Regulations.
Anthony A. Fatemi and his legal team have extensive U.S. Immigration law experience and have developed winning immigration strategies. Each petition or application is carefully evaluated and prepared before it is filed with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Each defense court document is also carefully evaluated and prepared before it is filed with the Immigration Court. We are skilled Maryland Immigration lawyers and counselors and take the time to explain options and consequences to our clients. Because we have years of practice in the U.S. Immigration law, we have the skill to work toward the best result possible. We have a long list of satisfied clients who have received the best possible outcome, whether it is a family based petition, employment based petition or deportation/removal defense work.
Whether your needs involve immigrating family members, securing visas for employees, or defending yourself or a family member against deportation or removal hearings, Anthony A. Fatemi and his Maryland immigration attorneys can help. Our firm has the years of experience necessary to meet all your immigration law needs.
Now that you know more about our law firm, we invite you to learn about our legal services, our immigration attorneys, or to review general information about U.S. Immigration law. If you have a legal matter and believe we could help you, we encourage you to contact us. It is in your interest to contact a quality Maryland immigration attorney as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you. Anthony A. Fatemi and his legal team can help you in the following areas of immigration.
- Case summary: Client approved for a green card on a marriage based petition despite residing in a different state than her spouse for many years In the summer of 2011, a client came to our office in desperate need of assistance with an immigration matter. In 2003, the client ....