Immigration, Criminal and Removal Defense Services

Today, the USCIS and its enforcement branch, ICE, have stepped up their efforts to deport aliens who are unlawfully present in the United States.  One of the main reasons why many immigrants are arrested by ICE is through their partnership with local law enforcement agencies.  Once an undocumented immigrant is arrested, the local agencies contact ICE, which places a detainer or hold on the immigrant.  The local agency is obligated under federal law to maintain the immigrant in detention up to 48 days after the state or local matter is completed.  Rouzard & Rouzard, LLP, in order to provide a comprehensive solution to undocumented aliens in both ICE and local agency custody, has launched an a hybrid criminal-immigration defense program geared toward proving efficient and effective defense services.

The Immigration Practice Department at Rouzard & Rouzard, LLP also guides corporate human resources managers through the maze of regulatory requirements for the transfer and hire of foreign professionals. In addition to providing all types of business-related visa services, we provide customized in-house training programs on the immigration aspects of recruitment of personnel from abroad and compliance with I-9 employment eligibility issues. We are also advisors to international investors on strategies to work in the United States while maintaining their business advantages. Our goal is to make the immigration process manageable and to develop fruitful relationships with each client.

Whether recruiting from abroad or applying for employment visas for foreign personnel, the attorneys, paralegals and experienced administrative staff of Rouzard & Rouzard, LLP’s Immigration Practice Department will help you in a competent and efficient manner.

Immigration Service Areas

  • Immigration Strategies
  • Nonimmigrant Visas
  • Employment-based Immigrant Visas
  • I-9 Compliance and Audits
  • Counsel on Immigrant-related Discrimination
  • Family-based Immigrant Visas
  • Nationality and Citizenship

Call 845-634-0023

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