The Law Offices of David Kaplan represents U.S. citizens and their spouses (including same-sex couples) or fiancées who wish to obtain permanent residence so that they can live and work in the U.S.
This is perhaps the most rewarding thing that we do: we help people become U.S. citizens! Becoming a U.S. citizen is one of the most exciting and meaningful events that you'll ever experience.
If you are a citizen or a permanent resident of the United States and you would like to petition to bring your parents, children, or other family members to the U.S., we can help.
A U-Visa is a special type of visa that allows victims of a crime that was committed in the U.S. to stay if they will assist in the investigation and prosecution of the case. Victims must be willing to cooperate with law enforcement officials for the U-Visa to be granted.
If you came into the U.S. without authorization, or if you came in without proper documentation, you may be eligible to apply for a waiver if you otherwise have a basis to stay. Generally you must establish that you have U.S. citizen or permanent resident family members that will experience hardship if you are removed to your country of origin.
When the Immigration Judge, the USCIS or the Board of Immigration Appeals deny your case in error, or when your case is taking a longer than usual time to be decided, we can file appeals within the agencies or in federal court to compel the agencies to act in your case and to fix the errors of the adjudicator below.
We help people who are escaping persecution in their countries of origin to apply for asylum protection in the U.S. If you are a member of a religion, race, nationality, or a particular social group that is targeted for persecution, you may be eligible to apply for asylum.
Do you want to bring a valuable employee to work for your company in the U.S.? Depending on your wishes and your needs, we can find the right option for you.
Is your status expiring soon? Do you want to extend your vacation in the U.S. or change to another non-immigrant status ? There is an application to do just that. Call us to ask what we can do for you.