Attorney Michael S. Henry and two full-time immigration paralegals and one law clerk are dedicated to providing quality legal services to those with U.S. immigration concerns. Our clients come from all over the world, from the local Philadelphia area, as well as from Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. Our clients have concerns ranging from deportation and removal proceedings to obtaining immigrant visas for family members. Our firm provides a complete range of immigration services devoted exclusively to the needs of our clients.
Questions about U.S. immigration services offered by the Law Office of Michael S. Henry? Contact us today to arrange your free half-hour consultation.
We understand that clients coming to our office are dealing with a troubling or confusing immigration issue. At your initial consultation, we strive to set you at ease, gain a clear understanding of your situation, and determine the amount of work that will be required by our firm. The vast majority of the time, we are able to provide our clients with a flat-fee rate. This enables clients to know up front how much they will pay. We have found that people appreciate this.
Please contact our firm today for help in any of the following immigration issues.
- Deportation and removal - for those who are facing criminal and noncriminal removal proceedings.
- Detention cases/Criminal actions - for those convicted with aggravated felonies, including drug trafficking and drug possession charges.
- Habeas corpus - for immigrants who have been unlawfully detained.
- Appeals - for people who wish to have a review of the legality of the decision made by the immigration courts or United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at the Board of Immigration and in the Federal Circuit Court.
- Asylum - for those who fear persecution in their home country based upon issues such as politics, religion, ethnic background and membership in a particular social group.
- Family based visas - for spouses, children, parents, and fiancés.
- Alien labor certification - for employers seeking to employ foreign workers.
- Temporary worker visas - for those who are interested in working in the U.S. for a limited period of time in specialty occupations, agricultural work, and seasonal work.
- Extraordinary ability visas - for those such as professors and researchers who show outstanding capabilities.