New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Nita Kundanmal is Assisting Clients with their Legal Needs

Many immigrants choose to call the state of New Jersey home. According to the American Immigration Council, estimates state that as many as 1 in 4 residents of the state are immigrants, with 1 in 6 being a native-born citizen with at least one immigrant parent. As such, immigrants play an important role in the workforce of the state, as well as the vibrant, diverse communities that choose to call it home. If you are a foreign national that would like to call New Jersey home, or if you are currently living in New Jersey and facing hiccups in the immigration process, an experienced immigration lawyer familiar with New Jersey law is a vital asset to your case. Nita Kundanmal is admitted to practice law in:

  • United States Supreme Court
  • New York State Court
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of New York
  • New Jersey State Court
  • New Jersey District Court
  • Immigration Courts in all 50 states

What do You Need for Residency in New Jersey?

To determine your eligibility for residency in the United States, it’s important to consider several factors, including your background and what visa you have already if you have one. Additionally, it is important for an individual to have and maintain a clear criminal record when applying for residency. If you are convicted of a crime during the immigration process, it may be enough to delay or even terminate your immigration proceedings if the crime is considered severe, such as violent crimes or felony charges. Severe charges like these may sometimes be grounds for deportation.

To best determine your eligibility for residency, appeal a denied application, or inquire about state-specific guidelines, contact our office to arrange for a consultation.

What Kinds of Immigration Cases can This Office Help Me With?

The world of United States immigration law is complex and is still changing on a regular basis. With changes to policy as recent as 2022 and with an unprecedented backlog of pending immigration cases across the country causing extended delays, the idea of facing the process alone can seem daunting. Call an experienced immigration attorney to advocate for you throughout the process. Our office has experience with all aspects of immigration law in not only New York but also at the Federal level. The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal is prepared to provide assistance with cases in the following areas:

  • Employment-Based Visas (for Employers and Foreign Workers)
  • Family-Based Visas
  • Waivers
  • Humanitarian Based Visas
  • Removal Defense
  • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Non-immigrant Visa
  • Adjustment of Status
  • Consular Processing
  • I-9 Compliance
  • Other areas of immigration law

For more information regarding any of these focuses of our practice and how we can assist you with it, please visit their individual pages located here on our website.

What if I Need Help With a Deportation Order in New Jersey?

If you or a loved one have received a Notice to Appear (NTA) and are due in immigration court on a specified date, it is important that you connect with an experienced immigration lawyer as soon as possible so that you are fairly represented at your hearing. Unlike criminal courts, the immigration court is not required to provide you with an attorney to advocate for you. If you fail to report to this hearing, the immigration judge may hand down an Order of Removal even though you are absent.

Due to the sensitive and often time-restricted nature of deportation cases, the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal, P. C. is prepared to offer individuals and families facing deportation orders an opportunity for a confidential evaluation and reasonable fees. Even if you are unable to visit our office location, consultations of this nature are able to be provided over the phone in some situations.

How can an Immigration Lawyer Help My Case?

United States immigration law is varied and complex, making it difficult to navigate on your own. An experienced immigration lawyer can advocate for you in hearings, assist you with filing the right documents, and help you determine which programs are the best fit for your unique situation. If you have any questions about visa applications before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), Immigration Court (EOIR) and removal (deportation) proceedings, or any other immigration law concerns, contact the Law Office of Nita Kundanmal today by calling (201) 833-9800.

The Law Office of Nita Kundanmal handles all aspects of U.S. immigration law in New York and throughout the United States. Our office is located in Hackensack, New Jersey, just 6 miles from Union Street Park.