We’re there for you
Choosing a lawyer is one of the most important, and consequently difficult, decisions a person can make in the immigration process. At Bardavid Law, we know the stakes for the you: Your right to remain in the U.S., maintaining your family unity, keeping your employment, freedom from detention, and even avoiding danger in your homeland.
– Joshua Bardavid, Esq.
Big firm service with a small firm touch
Bardavid Law has chosen to remain a small practice in order to provide a high quality of legal services without losing the personalized client relationship that only a smaller practice can offer. Every person and every case is unique. You will meet directly with a lawyer, who will review your individualized circumstances to provide a tailored representation.
Exclusive immigration focus
Bardavid Law’s practice is limited to immigration and nationality law. As a result, we have developed a knowledge of the ins, outs, and complexities of dealing with USCIS, the immigration courts, and Immigration & Customs Enforcement.
Personal representation, not delegation
Bardavid Law Firm does not delegate its work. Clients will personally get to know all of the attorneys who are responsible for all stages of their representation – from beginning to end. This allows us to be aware of every detail in your case, maintain responsibility, and ensure that nothing gets overlooked.
Bardavid Law knows the importance that credibility and reputation have with immigration agencies and courts in the adjudication of your case. Consequently, we are selective in the cases our firm handles, and only put forth those with sound legal footing and after detail-oriented preparation and presentation.
Honest and thorough consultation
The representation process begins with an initial consultation. When we meet with you, we will give you an honest assessment of your options. If we do not have enough information to make a determination, we will assist you in obtaining the relevant documents and information (sometimes through filing a Freedom of Information Act request for your file). If you are not eligible for the legal status you seek, we will tell you. Our consultations are always honest and open, and we will not take your case unless we can help.
Experts in immigration law
Professionals with exceptional legal background and years of law expertise.
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