Immigration & State and Federal Trial Practice:
Visas with Attorney Daniel Pell
If you have decided to bring your fiancé (e) to the United States, click for Information about K1 visa
If you have decided to bring your spouse to the United States
whether the marriage is less than or more than two(2) years old at the time of filing, click for CR1 Marriage Visa information.
Attorney Pell’s recent case involving detained individuals
and Marital and Fiancée visas are from the following countries:
Philippines, Ukraine, Colombia, Russia, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Barbados, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, Cuba, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri-Lanka, Turkey, Vietnam, United Arab, Emirates, Belarus, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and countries of European Union.
Why Do I Need An Attorney?
First and foremost, attorneys are licensed to practice law by the highest Court of the State or States in which they practice law. This means Attorneys, unlike unlicensed “visa shops” are answerable to the licensing authority of their State and the U.S. government, as well as you, the client. Visa Shops are answerable to no one.
An Attorney at Law has studied the law, and has expertise in explaining the law to you, as well as interpreting the laws, so that your FIANCEE VISA or MARITAL VISA follows the latest law and regulations from the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services on the domestic side, and of the U.S. State Department and U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad, on the “foreign side”. Even small errors can result in visa applications being refused or sent back to supply more information to the U.S. government.
When it comes to IMMIGRATION COURT AND DETAINED IMMIGRATION CASES, not only is the law complex, but the procedures to follow before IMMIGRATION JUDGES and the IMMIGRATION COURT is also quite complex. Whether the case results from a CRIMINAL CONVICTION or just an OVERSTAY or an ILLEGAL ENTRY, an Attorney can advise you as to all of your options concerning BOND, PAROLE, as well as whether or not you will be able to qualify for RELIEF FROM REMOVAL/DEPORTATION.
As in the case of MARITAL VISAS AND FIANCEE VISAS, the forms to be filled out in IMMIGRATION COURT for relief are complex, and require precision and someone to guide you through the complexities of IMMIGRATION LAW. In all cases in Immigration Court, the government is aggressively represented by a Trial Attorney who speaks for the government, and often will advocate for your or your loved one’s
REMOVAL OR DEPORTATION from the United States. You need informed and motivated representation from an Attorney to assist you or a loved one to remain in the United States.
Why Should I Choose Law Office Of Daniel Pell?
Attorney Pell has 40 years’ of experience of trial work in Federal and State Courts, as well as 23 years’ of experience in Immigration Law and processing visas for clients in many different countries around the world, including, consular processing cases at U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad. Attorney Daniel M. Pell’s, extensive experience includes:
The counseling, preparation, and filing of FIANCEE VISAS and MARITAL VISAS, including IMMIGRATION INTERVIEWS at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad, and in the United States, when clients seek to obtain a “green card” through Adjustment of Status before United States and Citizenship Services.
The handling, from start to finish, of detained and non-detained cases in the Immigration Courts of the United States, including APPEALS to the BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS, and even to the UNITED STATES COURTS OF APPEAL.
PROVEN TRIAL EXPERIENCE in both Federal and State Courts in hundreds of criminal jury trials, and many civil cases for 40 years!
PROVEN TRIAL EXPERIENCE for 23 years in managing the litigation of Immigration Cases which arise from criminal convictions, visa overstays, in many Immigration Courts around the United States including: York, Pa., Philadelphia, New York City, Newark, New Jersey, Arlington, Virginia, Baltimore, Maryland, Atlanta, Georgia.
PROVEN EXPERIENCE in the handling of asylum based cases, including withholding of removal and relief under the United Nations Convention Against Torture.
PROVEN EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE in the preparation, filing, and counseling of clients with regard to FIANCEE VISAS AND MARITAL VISAS, as well as green card applications here in the United States, through ADJUSTMENTS OF STATUS.
PROVEN, EXENSIVE EXPERIENCE in the handling of federal habeas corpus cases, through which detained clients seek to obtain RELEASE FROM USICE custody.
PROVEN, EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE in the handling of Immigration Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals(BIA) or the United States Courts of Appeal.
Please call (877) 745-8341 to schedule an appointment with Attorney Daniel M. Pell. Consultation Charges May Apply.
PLEASE NOTE: ATTORNEY PELL UTILIZES NON-LICENSED PERSONS IN THE PREPARATIONOF VISA APPLICATIONS, AND THESE NON-LICENSED PERSONS WILL, WITH CLIENT PERMISSION, BE ABLE TO VIEW CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS OF THE CLIENT NECESSARY FOR VISA PREPARATION INCLUDING FEDERAL TAX RETURNS, IF APPLICABLE. HOWEVER, ALL VISA APPLICATIONS ARE CAREFULLY REVIEWED BY STAFF AND SUPERVISED BY ATTORNEY PELL.