New York City Green Cards Lawyer

New York Green Card Attorneys

A foreign national, whether living abroad or already in the United States, can obtain U.S. permanent residency with the sponsorship of a qualified family member or the employer.

While there is a pending immigration petition, a foreign national who is already present in the United States can apply for the adjustment of status. An adjustment of status is a procedure allowing foreign nationals already in the United States to adjust their non-immigrant status to the status of a permanent resident without having to leave the United States first.

At Khan & Yau, P.C., our attorneys have years of experience assisting our clients to obtain U.S. permanent residency status or to bring loved ones to the United States Our firm specializes in the following immigration procedures:

  • Family-based immigration. If you have US citizenship, we can help you file a petition to allow your spouse, parent or other family member to become a legal resident of the United States.
  • Employment-based immigration. If you are an employee working in the United States, we will work with you to obtain permanent residency status through the employer's sponsorship.

We keep our office small so that we can devote our full attention to every case. Our attorneys understand how important your immigration status is to you. We care about our clients and take the time to find individualized solutions to your problems. We are accessible to you and promptly return all calls and e-mails, so that you never feel alone and confused about the legal process.

Contact Our New York City Immigration Adjustment of Status Attorney

To learn more about how we can protect your rights in an immigration matter, contact us via e-mail or call us at 212-401-6298 to set up a consultation. Our office is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and evenings upon request. Our New York City office is at 48th and Madison Avenue, close to Grand Central Station. We also have an office in Queens.

We speak Mandarin Chinese, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.