Practice Areas

Immigration and Nationality Law

Yunus Law represents clients in a variety of U.S. Immigration and Citizenship matters. With Yunus Law, you can rest assured that we will handle every aspect of your case. We are committed to taking full ownership of our client’s case, which means we include all ancillary services, such as responding to Requests for Evidence, assistance with translation services, updating your address with governmental entities, drafting and unlimited revision of affidavits, contacting employers, securing necessary supporting documents and finding suitable alternatives, and representing your interests with third party entities and all government entities. Our clients can tap our volume of resources, contacts, and legal expertise at any time to assist in responding to any immigration concern.

Family Based Immigration

  • Immediate Relative Green Card applications (One-Step application)
  • Petitions to Remove Conditions on Residence, including I-751 petitions with a waiver request
  • Preference Category petitions and Visa Bulletin monitoring
  • Adjustment of Status
  • Employment Authorization applications
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • Green Card renewal
  • Consular Processing assistance
  • Fiancé Petitions
  • 601 waivers of inadmissibility
  • 601A provisional unlawful presence waivers
  • VAWA self petitions
  • Asylum applications
  • Advance parole and Reentry Permits
  • International Adoption in Hague and Non-Hague convention countries

Employment Based Immigration

We also represent corporate and individual clients in employment-based immigration matters. When you choose Yunus Law, you will have guidance, assistance, and access to expertise every step of the way. We include all ancillary services, such as assistance in drafting letters of recommendation, resume revision, developing a business plan, creating business infrastructure for start-ups sufficient to satisfy USCIS adjudicators, and responding to complex Requests for Evidence in the employment sphere of immigration. The following is a non-exhaustive list of the types of employment-based immigration matters we represent:

  • Employment-based immigrant petitions and consular processing assistance
  • EB1 petitions followed by Adjustment of Status
  • EB2 petitions, both for Aliens with an Advanced Degree and Aliens of Extraordinary ability
  • E2 Investor Visas both as change of status within the US and as application with consular abroad
    • Start-up or New Business E2s – We provide service and assistance in every facet of starting up your new business, developing a business plan, creating relationships with the necessary vendors, and all other needs in order to create a thorough and approvable E2 application for a treaty investor.
  • EB2 petitions with National Interest Waiver (NIW)
  • EB3 petitions and Visa Bulletin monitoring
  • Schedule A petitions for nurses and physical therapists
  • PERM labor certification applications
  • H1B and H2B applications
  • L1 visas for Intracompany Transferees

Removal Defense

Yunus Law represents clients before the Executive Office for Immigration Review, or EOIR, in removal proceedings. This includes attendance by an experienced and reliable Attorney at all immigration hearings. We understand the fear and confusion associated with receiving a Notice to Appear (NTA) or being contacted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials. As such, we assess our clients’ individual immigration landscape and advise our clients with honesty and compassion.

Naturalization and Citizenship

Yunus Law represents clients in a variety of nationality and citizenship related issues. We are well verse with the applicable law and regulations, such that we can provide honest and thorough advice. We assist in filing N-400 applications, attend N-400 interviews, and help clients with a variety of complex issues relating to naturalization and citizenship, including the following most common issues:

  •  Establishing and maintaining continuous residence
  • Applying for a reentry permit for stay outside the U.S. greater than 6 months
  • Past criminal convictions
  • Federal tax issues
  • Child support and other “good moral character” issues
  • Client filed N-400 denials and re-filing
  • Dual citizenship
  • Denaturalization
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