JMY Law Group LLLC's Immigration Law Counsel

Immigration Law 

JMY Law Group LLLC's Immigration Law Counsel

In 2020, JMY Law Group expanded its practice to include immigration law, adding an additional layer of legal services to assist our transnational clients and others with cross-border interests.  We strive to find efficient solutions to help our clients with their immigration objectives in the near-term, as well as with long-range planning.  Our approach is both practical and creative, and, above all, we are accessible to help our clients navigate what can often appear to be a complex web of governmental regulations.  Recognizing that many of us work and live within borders in an ever-shrinking world, our team is prepared to address an array of immigration issues, from complex to seemingly trivial problems. 

Immigration Law Expertise

  • Non-Immigrant Employment and Investor Visas:  We help a variety of businesses and organizations that would like to place talent in the United States on a temporary basis.  Our legal team thrives on finding creative and efficient solutions, uniquely tailored to the needs of each client.

  • Immigrant Employment Visas: We assist those individuals who desire to work permanently in the United States.  We can prepare all required forms and guide our clients through each step of the application process.    

  • I-9 Compliance:  We take the guesswork out of I-9 compliance for the employer, and explain an employer’s legal obligations, such as how and when to complete an I-9; how to store a completed I-9; and the pros and cons of physical versus electronic forms.  We can provide legal representation in the event a business is the subject of a Notice of Intent to Fine.

  • Family Applications:  For individuals interested in sponsoring a relative to live permanently in the United States, we can assist in the preparation of all required forms; provide guidance through the process and help in preparing for interviews with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and/or the Department of State.

  • Citizenship and Nationality:  United States citizenship and nationality questions are some of the most complex issues that arise in immigration law.  Legal requirements have undergone significant changes over the past half century.  We will assess any situation for possible citizenship, as well as assist with the preparation and filings of Form N-400 (Application for Naturalization) and Form N-600 (Application for Certificate of Citizenship).

  • Asylum and Refugee Status:  United States asylum laws protect individuals who have suffered, or are at risk of suffering, persecution based on their race; religion; national origin; political opinion; or membership in a political group.  The law in this area is highly complex.  We can provide an assessment of your circumstances and assist with the application process.

  • Temporary Stays from Removal:  Various forms of temporary relief from removal may be available, including the former Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Temporary Protected Status, and others.