Kendrick Nguyen is a practicing attorney in New York City. He wrote a very good article concerning the case of an immigrant facing deportation for crimes he committed during his teenage years which he had served time for: Halting the Exile of an American.
I have not hired this attorney for anything. But I learned about him from an article he wrote and from his web site Alen Lee, Attorney at Law. My feeling is that he is experienced and fair. And his web site is very informative. Check it out.
1350 Broadway, Suite 1710
New York, NY 10018
9:00 am to 6:00 pm, Monday to Friday,
9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday.
I met them at a lobbying event in Washington, DC. I had very good impression of the team.
Law Offices of Stuart J. Reich‘s practice concentrates on serving the U.S. immigration needs of both individuals and employers.
Mr. Stuart Reich has helped me find out the status of my case without charging me. This is the opposite of the practice of some other lawyers, who charged me for consultation without offering me any useful information or any help.
Ms. Henner represented me and got me a labor certificate. She offered free consultations to Immigration Voice members and to me. That was how she got me to hire her. She is experienced in handling regular immigration cases. And her fee is predictable and not high. Here is her web site: Susan B. Henner.
One thing I have to tell you is that I had to hire another attorney to file an application for a Green Card. This was because she was simple-minded and straight forward when it came to dealing with people and complex situations.
Pravinchandra J. Patel P.C. is led by Pravinchandra J. Patel, Esq., who has been practicing US immigration law for over 25 years. Besides successfully handling hundreds of cases, Mr. Patel is also the distinguished author of several immigration law books used by U.S. immigration attorneys, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Consular offices around the world. Also, he is frequently consulted by other immigration lawyers.