Since the passage of the Illegal immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA), The Federal Government has systematically become more aggressive in its enforcement of every aspect of United States immigration law and policy. With a new administration coming to the White House, the United States immigration system has become a slippery slope for individuals and agencies to navigate. Business owners who rely on foreign workers must hire in accordance with the seemingly countless government regulations or face heavy fines and penalties. Individuals who seek to travel to the United States to live, work, study, or invest, must be familiar with the nuances of the various visas that may or may not be available in order to avoid years of processing delays. And those already present in the country in violation of the immigration laws must be well equipped to fight for their rights in court or face deportation from the United States.

At Keith Hirschorn, P.C. we pride ourselves in helping people work and study in the United States, apply for and obtain permanent residency, and fight removal and deportation. Most importantly we recognize how taxing and confusing this process can be for all involved and we make it our priority to keep our client’s educated and informed on the progress of your case. Our clients confirm that this greatly reduces the stress of going through the process.

Additionally, if you are facing deportation from the country or seeking to lawfully live and work in the United States, Keith Hirschorn, P.C. will help get you through the process.

United States immigration laws are complex and often unclear to people applying for visas or different types of immigration status. They can be especially confusing if you are accused of an immigration violation or facing a deportation hearing. A capable attorney can explain the process and submit your application for you. We give you the best chance for success.

Keith Hirschorn, P.C. can represent you throughout the immigration process and ensure you are fully informed of all the requirements.