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A trusted ally in navigating the intricate intersections of law and immigration, providing tailored legal solutions with expertise and compassion.

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Expert immigration attorneys dedicated to safeguarding your rights and navigating complex legal pathways with precision and care.

About me

Born and raised here in New York City

My life has always revolved around the community of immigrants. My parents are immigrants from Colombia and Peru so I understand the difficulties that families face during their immigration journey.

I decided to become a lawyer so that I can provide families navigating the immigration system with the guidance they need to be successful in their journey’s. 

I’ve been involved in the field of immigration law for over 10 years now, working as both a Paralegal and as an Attorney.

Anthony Montaño

Founder & Senior Lawyer

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Have you experienced persecution or have fear of persecution due to Political Opinion, Religion, Race, or you a Member of a Particular Social group that is known to the general population, then you might be eligible to apply.


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Cancelation of Removal

If you are in removal proceedings, you may be eligible for non-LPR cancellation if you have been continuously residing in the United States for at least 10 years prior to the issuance of the Notice to Appear placing you in removal proceedings, you have been a person of good moral character, you have not been convicted of certain criminal offenses, and to deport you would cause exceptional and extremely unusual hardship to your LPR or U.S. citizen spouse, child, or parent. If you are granted non-LPR cancellation of removal, you will receive a green card.

Individuals who entered the United States without inspection are eligible for non-LPR cancellation.

Marriage/Family based Green Cards

Military Parole-in-Place – If you entered the United States without inspection and you are the spouse, widow(er), parent, son or daughter of an active-duty personnel or veteran of the U.S. armed forces or Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve, you may be eligible to obtain an entry document (I-94) from USCIS allowing you to apply to adjust your status in the United States.

If you entered without inspection or parole then you will need a specific waiver for the unlawful presence.

    • I-601A Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver – If you have been sponsored for a green card by your spouse, child, parent, or employer, but are ineligible to adjust your status in the United States because you do not have proof of your entry into the United States, you may be eligible to file an application for a provisional unlawful presence waiver with USCIS while you are in the United States. This waiver is also available if you overstayed your visa and are seeking to adjust your status in a preference category, or you entered the United States as a K-1 fiancé or crewman.


    • Approval of the provisional unlawful presence waiver will allow you to travel outside the United States to attend your Embassy interview without triggering the 3/10-year unlawful presence bar and then return to the United States as a green card holder once the Embassy issues an immigrant visa to you. You are eligible to apply for a provisional unlawful presence waiver if you can show extreme hardship to your U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent parent(s) and/or spouse. Children are not included as qualifying relatives for a provisional unlawful presence waiver.


  • 245(i) Adjustment – If you, your parents (when you were under the age of 21), or your spouse or former spouse, were the beneficiary of a qualifying immigrant visa petition (I-130, I-360 or I-140) or application for labor certification filed on or before April 30, 2001, you may be eligible to adjust your status under section 245(i) of the Immigration & Nationality Act as a grandfathered alien.


If you have been the victim of battery or extreme cruelty committed against you by a U.S. citizen / Permanent Resident spouse or former spouse, a U.S. citizen / Permanent Resident parent, or a U.S. citizen son or daughter, you may be eligible to apply to adjust your status in the United States based on your self-petition for a green card under the provisions of the federal Violence Against Women Act.


If you have been a victim of certain crimes, have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity, you may be eligible to apply for U nonimmigrant status (U visa). You will be eligible to apply for your green card after holding U visa status for three years.


If you are a person under the age of 21, who is not married, and has been abandoned, abused or neglected by one or both parents; or if you know someone who meets that description, they may be eligible for a special immigrant juvenile petition. This special program combines efforts of the state family courts along with federal immigration courts to protect juveniles.

Business Immigration

Non-Immigrant Visas
  • H-1B Specialty Occupational Visa
    • A tool for U.S. employers to recruit professional talent with the requisite educational  Background needed for the specific job opportunities the employer seeks to fill.
  • L-1 visa – Intracompany transfers
    • Is a tool that U.S. employers with foreign affiliates or partners in order to transfer either executive level, managers, or those with specialized knowledge of company functions qualify for temporary relocation to the U.S. help advance the companies U.S. endeavors.
  • E-3s
    • Designated for professional Australian nationals.
  • TN
    • Designated for professional Canadian and Mexican nationals in the areas of Medicine, Science, or other Professional occupations.
  • O-1 Extraordinary visa
    • Designated for those who are documented to be at top of their fields in either Art,
      Entertainment, Science, or Business
  • P-1
    • Designated for athletes and their support teams for competitions or training camps.
  • H-2A/H-2B
    • Designated for U.S. employer’s who seek temporary laborer in the agriculture
      industry or other industries that are considered seasonal in nature.
Green Card options
  • EB-1 Extraordinary
  • Eb-2 Member of Professions
  • Eb-2 NIW
  • Eb-3 Skilled workers
  • PERM

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