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Michigan Immigration Lawyer

Helping Clients in and around Detroit with their Immigration Needs

When you are facing immigration issues, you need knowledgeable and experienced legal advice. Michigan immigration attorney David Newman has focused his practice on representing businesses and individuals with a wide range of immigration issues for more than 20 years. As an experienced Michigan immigration attorney David Newman strives to provide cost effective, exceptional legal representation and personalized client service to each client.

Contact Detroit area immigration attorney David Newman at (248) 737-1824 to schedule a consultation to discuss your immigration needs and learn more about your immigration options.

Competent, Ethical Legal Advice

When you seek the legal services of Detroit immigration attorney David Newman, you can expect to receive competent and ethical legal advice and assistance with respect to your immigration needs. David Newman is well-versed in a wide range of immigration issues, including the following:

  • Naturalization/Citizenship. He helps clients determine whether they are eligible for naturalization/citizenship and, if so, he assists them with the process of becoming a U.S. citizen.
  • B-1 and B-2 Visa. The B-1 visa is available for foreign nations who are entering the United States for business reasons. The B-2 visa is available for foreign nationals who are entering the United States for recreational purposes, including medical treatment.
  • H1-B. This visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows business professionals to work in the United States for a specific period of time. The purpose of the H1-B visa is to allow U.S. employers to hire foreign nationals in those situations when a U.S. citizen or U.S. resident is not available to fill the position.
  • L1 -Visa. This visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows companies operating both in the U.S. and abroad to transfer certain classes of employee to its U.S. operations for up to seven years, provided that the employee has worked for a subsidiary, parent, affiliate or branch office of the U.S. company outside of the U.S. for at least one year out of the previous three years.
  • E-1/E-2 Visa. The E visa is available for foreign nationals of countries that have a Treaty of Trade and Commerce with the United States who are entering the United States for trade or investment purposes.
  • Employment Based Permanent Residency. In certain circumstances, a foreign national may obtain permanent residency by means of employment.
  • Family-Based Immigration. Permanent residents of the United States, or green card holders, as well as United States citizens are allowed to petition for relatives to obtain legal status in the United States.
  • Removals/Deportation. When an alien is facing removal or deportation proceedings, we use our extensive knowledge and experience in U.S. Immigration law in order to help prevent removal or deportation.
  • Application for rehabilitation / temporary residence permit – Canadian immigration
  • Deferred action for childhood arrivals
  • TN Visas for Canadian and Mexican citizens

Contact Detroit area immigration attorney David Newman at (248) 737-1824 to schedule a consultation to discuss your immigration needs and learn more about your immigration options.