Practice Areas

For over 25 years, Eric Levine has successfully handled a wide range of immigration-related matters. An important benefit of partnering with a small-sized firm like the Law Office of Eric L. Levine is your legal matter will be personally handled by Mr. Levine. He is available to discuss your immigration case throughout the legal process as part of his commitment to providing personal, individualized attention to his clients.

To meet with Mr. Levine or to schedule a telephonic conference, click here or reach him at +1.212.513.1040. To further understand the firm’s wide range of services, click on any one of our practice areas.


Business and Employment Immigration

We help our clients get permission to work either on a temporary basis for nonimmigrants or on a permanent basis for immigrants. Under U.S. immigration laws, a foreign national is required to have a specific nonimmigrant or immigrant visa, depending on the kind of work to be performed.

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Family Immigration
A person may be eligible to obtain permanent residence (a green card) through a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, or based on a special category, such as the battered child or spouse of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, the battered parent of a U.S. citizen, the widow or widower of a U.S. citizen, or a child of a foreign diplomat born in the United States. In addition, the fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen may be eligible to get a nonimmigrant visa (K-1 visa) to come to the U.S. to get married and then to apply for permanent residence. Some permanent residents, referred to as conditional permanent residents, receive green cards valid for 2 years. In order to remain a permanent resident, a conditional permanent resident must file a petition to remove the condition (I-751 petition) during the 90 days before the card expires.

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Naturalization and Citizenship

We help our clients become U.S. citizens through any one of several paths. Eligible applicants include permanent residents married to U.S. citizens, permanent residents of at least 5 years, and children born outside the United States to U.S. citizens, among others.

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Asylum may be granted to individuals who have been persecuted or fear they will be persecuted on account of race, religion, nationality, political opinion and/or membership in a particular social group. An asylum applicant must establish that he or she is unable or unwilling to return to his or her country because of past or feared persecution.

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We assist clients with applications for admission to the U.S. after deportation as well as requests for the U.S. government to waive or refrain from enforcing bars to admission resulting from criminal convictions, unlawful presence, fraud, etc.

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Motions, Appeals and Federal Litigation

The decisions of USCIS officers and immigration judges may be challenged or reopened for reconsideration if certain conditions are met. If your immigration case has been denied or unreasonably delayed, we can carefully review the facts and applicable laws to see if a motion to reopen, an appeal, or federal court litigation would be appropriate.

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