• Employment-Based Visas

    Employment-based visas (EB) are available to qualified applicants to allow individuals to temporarily work and live in the United States. Some EB visas may lead to permanent residence in the United States. There may be a limited number of employment visas available each year, depending on the category. Contact experienced immigration attorney Nita Kundanmal with your questions about employment-based visas.

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  • Family-Based Visas

    U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) can petition family members for immigration to the United States. Some family visas are limited to a maximum number of visas per year, depending on the family relationship and birth country. Contact immigration attorney Nita Kundanmal with your questions about family-based visas.

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  • Deportation and Removal Proceedings

    An arrest for a minor crime can lead to removal (deportation) proceedings and removal. Individuals in removal proceedings do not have the right to have a lawyer provided at the government’s expense. The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal can act quickly to assist in getting your detained family member, released on bond if eligible, and apply for all forms of applicable relief in Immigration Court. Contact immigration lawyer Nita Kundanmal with questions about deportation hearings and removal defenses.

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Paving The Pathway To Your American Dream

Experienced Immigration Law Attorney

United States immigration law is complicated and constantly changing. You need an experienced immigration law attorney who understands how to navigate the U.S. immigration system quickly and effectively. The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal handles all aspects of immigration law in New Jersey, New York and throughout the United States.

Visas

Employment-based visas, family-based visas, and other visas involve petitions, sponsorship requirements, and interviews. An experienced immigration visa attorney will explain the visa process, prepare supporting documents, and identify any potential problems. The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal will also be able to appeal a visa denial and represent your interests before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and the Immigration Courts (EOIR).

  • Employment-Based Visas
  • Family-Based Visas
  • Special Class Visas
  • Non-Immigrant Visas
  • Humanitarian Based Visas
  • Visa Waivers

Green Cards

The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal can assist in obtaining Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status, also known as a “Green Card.” The timeline for obtaining a Green Card may depend on the individual's family relationship and/or country of birth. Obtaining a Green Card can be done through the Consular Process if the individual is outside the United States, or Adjustment of Status before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) if the individual is in the United States.

Deportation Proceedings

If Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has detained your family member the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal can represent the family member in removal (deportation) proceedings. We will also apply for all forms of available relief. If relief is denied, the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal can appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

Changing Immigration Law

Constant changes in immigration law create stress on family members facing deportation and make it difficult for employers to plan for their future employment needs. Recent changes include: DACA, travel bans, DREAMers, deportable offenses, sanctuary cities, visa priority dates, and visa lotteries. Contact the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal with any questions on recent immigration law changes and strategic planning for future changes.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about visa applications, visa appeals, immigration court, deportation proceedings, or any other immigration law concerns, contact the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal. We handle all aspects of family-based and employment-based immigration law before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and deportation defense before the Immigration Courts (EOIR) in New Jersey, New York and throughout the United States.

U.S. Immigration Law

We handle all aspects of United States immigration law in New Jersey, New York and throughout the United States. We represent our clients in employment-based and family-based immigration processes before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), affirmative asylum applications, and defensive asylum and removal (deportation) hearings before the Immigration Courts (EOIR), and other areas of U.S. immigration law. Contact experienced immigration attorney Nita Kundanmal for immigration assistance.

Practice Areas

FAMILY-BASED VISAS

An immigrant visa category where a U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) petitions for a relative for immigration to the United States is a family-based visa.

EMPLOYMENT-BASED VISAS

Employment-based visas (EB) are available to qualified applicants to allow individuals to work and live in the U.S. There are a limited number of employment visas available each year. Visas are made available based on preference categories.

HUMANITARIAN BASED VISAS

Individuals who may otherwise be unable to enter or remain in the United States may apply for a humanitarian-based visa. Individuals facing oppression, disasters, or other urgent circumstances can apply for a humanitarian-based visa.

REMOVAL DEFENSE

Deportation or removal proceedings begin with a Notice to Appear (NTA). An NTA is issued to someone suspected of entering or remaining in the United States without lawful status, or to a Permanent Resident who has committed certain crimes which are removable offenses.

WAIVERS

Individuals may be excluded from admission into the United States based on a number of reasons. However, such excluded individuals may apply for a waiver to enter the United States.

I-9 COMPLIANCE

I-9 regulations require that employers verify and document every employee's identity and eligibility to be employed. EVERY employer is required to comply with I-9 regulations or face severe CIVIL and CRIMINAL penalties.

EB-5

Under the EB-5 Program, entrepreneurs (and their spouses and unmarried children under 21) are eligible to apply for a green card (permanent residence) if they: • Make the necessary investment in a commercial enterprise in the United States; and • Plan to create or preserve 10 permanent full-time jobs for qualified U.S. workers.

Contact Us Today

If you need legal advice relating to any immigration matter, you should contact an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible to give you the best chance for success. Contact the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal for help with your immigration concerns.

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