If you are a foreign national seeking citizenship or permanent residency in the United States, an experienced attorney is important to help you complete the process. The immigration laws are complicated; an attorney who has successfully helped others with immigration, citizenship, and naturalization concerns can help you through all stages of this process.
At the law offices of Khan & Yau, PC in New York City, we are a boutique law firm that emphasizes international assistance, personal attention, reliability, and responsiveness. Our attorneys only take cases in areas of law that we like, so we have an intense enthusiasm for the work we do. We understand how important it can be to speak with us when you are involved in an immigration proceeding, so we work hard to be approachable and accessible, and to return all your calls promptly. As a result, many of our clients are repeat customers. We can make you feel at home here and help you with your international legal needs.
To arrange a consultation, contact our office in New York, New York online or call us today. We serve clients in White Plains, Westchester County, Rye, and the greater New York City area.
We handle a broad range of immigration issues, including:
Family-based immigration. If you have American citizenship, we can help you file a petition for a visa to allow your spouse, parent, or another family member to become a legal resident of the United States. We can also help you obtain a green card, which gives you permanent legal residence in the United States.
Employment-based immigration. If you are an employer or an employee, we will work with you to obtain either a visa or a green card.
Investor visas. We can help you obtain permanent U.S. residency by making an investment in a business enterprise in the United States
Researcher/professor immigration. Our lawyers handle green card petitions or visa applications for talented and exceptional researchers/professors.
We also represent people who face deportation or removal proceedings following criminal proceedings such as those centering on EB-5 visa fraud.
To learn more about how we can protect your rights in an immigration matter, contact us via email or call us to set up a consultation. Our office is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and evenings and weekends upon request. Our New York City office is at 48th and Madison Avenue, close to Grand Central Station and Rockefeller Center. Our White Plains office is located near the Metro-North White Plains stop.
We speak Mandarin Chinese, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.