Erinna Brodsky - Law Office of Erinna D. Brodsky



Erinna Brodsky
Law Office of Erinna D. Brodsky
251 Harvards Street, #4
Brookline, MA 02446

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Erinna Brodsky
Law Office of Erinna D. Brodsky

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Law School

Suffolk University
2003 - 2006

Website

http://lawbrodsky.com


IMMIGRATION

EMPLOYMENT-BASED VISAS

Temporary work visas

  • H-1B visas for long-term employees and H-4s for spouse and children
  • L-1-visas for intracompany transferees and L2-visas for spouse and children
  • O-1 visas for extraordinary achievers, O-2 visas for their assistants,O-3 visas for spouse and children
  • TN-visas for professionals from Canada and Mexico

Green card through employment

  • EB-1 visas for extraordinary ability applicants
  • EB-2 visas and National Interest Waivers for professionals with advanced degrees
  • EB-3 visas for skilled workers
  • EB-4 for special immigrants

FAMILY-BASED VISAS

  • Green cards based on relationship with a citizen spouse, child or parent (travel document and work authorization are included as part of the package.)
  • Green cards based on relationship with a green card holder spouse or parent
  • FiancĂ©(e) visas that are adjustable to a green card upon arrival and marriage

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS AND EXTENSION OF STAY

  • Extension of stay for through adjustment of status from F1 (student) and J1 (work and travel) to B2 (visitors for pleasure)
  • Processing green cards won in course of the diversity lottery

PROBLEMS AND ISSUES WITH USCIS

  • Unpleasant correspondence: USCIS requests strange or unobtainable documents or denies the visa or adjustment application outright
  • Removal
  • Adjustment of status for illegal aliens

 

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

  • Stop and search; roadside stop; summons in the mail... Call before it is too late.
  • Arraignment and following court proceedings: it may still be possible to avoid a criminal record.
  • Post-disposition arrangements including probation surrender hearings and sealing of the record
  • SORB hearings: contesting the assigned level    

    For more information on the above issues go to http://www.lawbrodsky.com