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You are welcome to schedule a consultation with New York Immigration Attorney by calling (212) 213-8275 or filling out a form below.

Schedule a consultation with a New York Immigration Lawyer
Valentini Law Offices, PLLC
phone: (212) 213-8275
61 Broadway, Suite 2505, New York 10006
(by appointment only)

Our office is conveniently located in Downtown New York in close proximity to Wall Street, 12 major subway lines, PATH train, Staten Island Ferry and Holland Tunnel. Please check public transportation and driving directions to our office.

You will get the most out of your consultation with Valentini Law Offices, PLLC if you follow a few simple rules:

  • Arrive 10 minutes prior to the appointment.
  • If you are running late or are unable to attend an appointment, please call our office as soon as possible.
  • Bring some form of photo ID.
  • Bring your immigration-related paperwork. To know what paperwork is needed for our consultation, please refer to your case type below.

Employment-Based Immigration Consultation

(H-1b, H-1b transfer, PERM)

Family-Based Immigration Consultation

(Adjustment of Status, K-1 Fiancee Visa, K-3 Spousal Visa, VAWA (abuse) green card)

Other Consultations
I-94 of Employee I-94 of Beneficiary I-94
US visa of Employee US visa of Beneficiary US visa, if applicable
Foreign Passport of Employee Foreign Passport of Beneficiary Foreign Passport of Applicant
I-20, if applicable US Passport/Naturalization Certificate/Birth Certificate of Petitioner Resume, if applicable
Resume Marriage Certificate, if available
Company brochure Last year’s Income Tax return for Petitioner, if available
Company website printout If petitioning for a spouse or for a fiancee, 3 to 10 pictures of Petitioner and Beneficiary together
Employment contract or job offer letter In WAVA cases — evidence of abuse


On June 15, 2012 President Obama introduced Deferred Action process that helps illegal immigrants who came to the US under the age of 16. Deferred Action establishes eligibility for work permits and requires the government to stop removal proceedings of eligible aliens. For more info contact us at your earliest convenience!