New Jersey Immigration Attorney
Lawyers Fighting for Your Best Interests
US Immigration law is extremely complex. It also changes on a daily basis as new forms, rules, and regulations are published by the Federal Government or are enacted by various agencies. Staying ahead of these changes for our clients is what we do as a dedicated immigration law firm in New Jersey.
Founded by a third-generation attorney, the Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and businesses understand and maneuver through the complexities of federal immigration, citizenship, and deportation.
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Call (800) 909-8129 or contact us online to speak with a skilled NJ immigration lawyer.
We Handle All Types of Immigration Cases
At the Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. our immigration attorney in NJ is backed by decades of experience and is able to take care of a variety of immigration cases. Don't see your matter listed below? Reach out to us at (800) 909-8129.
We have experience in dealing with matters involving:
- Adjustment of Status / Consular Processing
- Asylum & Refugee Status
- Citizenship / Naturalization
- Employment-based visas
- Extensions of Stay and Change of Status
- Family-based visas
- Green Cards
- K-1 Visas
- LGBT Immigration
- Military Families
- Temporary Visas
- Visitor Visas
- Work Visas
Finding a Solution to Your Immigration Case
Whether it’s a family or business visas, applying for citizenship, or dealing with a removal case, our NJ immigration attorney offers the knowledge and experience to assist with all your questions and your case. We pledge to start working on your case immediately and will always respond to your questions and concerns. Don’t trust your matter to anyone else.
Located in the heart of a vibrant immigrant community in Hudson County, N.J., The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. offers easy access to clients from all points in the NJ/NY metro area. Don't hesitate to contact us regarding your matter!
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Call The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. at (800) 909-8129 to set up a consultation with an immigration lawyer.
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Q:I live in the US and I am marrying a US citizen. How can I get a green card and become a permanent resident?
A:Assuming you have entered the US with a visa or are protected by an old law called 245i, you may be eligible to adjust status to receive a green card from within the US. If you have been illegally present for more than 6 months, you cannot travel until the green card is in hand. Current processing time is about 5-7 months.
Q:I am a fiancé(e) of a US citizen and I am living outside the US. How can I enter the US to marry?
A:Your fiancée must apply for a Fiancée Visa, also known as the K-1 Visa. The visa is for parties who have physically met within the past two years, have an intent to marry, and can document a relationship together. The visa is only for those who are residing abroad and cannot be used if the alien is in the US. The application is filed from within the US and when approved, will be forwarded to the American Consular where the alien fiancée will apply for the visa and be interviewed by an officer - usually about 8-12 months from the date of filing.
Q:I live outside the US and I married a US citizen. How can I come to the US to live?
A:To enter the US after a marriage to a US Citizen, you would go through Consular Processing. Paperwork would be filed in the US and forwarded to the embassy abroad to schedule an interview. The processing time frame from start to finish is between 9-11 months, depending on the embassy abroad. The process is document-intensive and requires careful attention to detail.