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WE HANDLE IMMIGRATION CASES ALL OVER THE U.S. AND THE WORLD
SPECIALIZING IN IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Member of the American Bar Association.
Member of Association of Deportation Defense Attorneys.
Gehi & Associates is a highly reputable boutique law firm specializing in extremely complex immigration cases. The firm has attorneys in three New York City locations and are licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 U.S. states. Legal professionals, including but not limited to attorneys, police officers and assistant district attorneys have often recommended Gehi & Associates to individuals in need of immigration representation. Clients that the firm has represented include attorneys sponsoring relatives, families of government officers, families of the NYPD, U.S. military, UN employees and individuals in need of immigration legal representation.
The firm’s specialties include family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, complex federal immigration litigation, and serious deportation cases. Over the years, the deportation attorneys at Gehi & Associates have helped countless families in resolving removal cases, including detention. If your relative or friend is in immigration custody or is facing deportation, the attorneys at Gehi & Associates can assist you in trying to obtain an immigration bond, fight for your Green Card before the Immigration Judge or even successfully fight for your rights in the Federal Court. We handle H-1B visas, labor certificates, L-1 visas, and employment-based cases
Naresh M. Gehi, the principal attorney of the firm, has been cited as an expert immigration lawyer by Channel 11, WPIX News, and has appeared on New York 1 TV and has also appeared on ABC world news with well-known TV host, Brian Ross. Attorney Gehi has handled terrorism-related immigration cases and has been a speaker at the American Immigration Lawyers Association, as well as a panelist on the Ask the Experts Panel at the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Attorney Gehi and his firm have a proven track record of handling extremely complex immigration matters of every type. The immigration attorneys at Gehi & Associates are highly experienced in handling these multifaceted immigration law matter.
The immigration lawyers at Gehi & Associates have been fighting complex deportation proceedings, petitioning for asylum, and helping clients obtain immigrant and non-immigrant visas for over a decade. Our successful team of New York immigration lawyers have appeared in Immigration Court, Federal District and Circuit Court, and before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Are you a citizen of Australia? Do you want to come to the U.S. to work temporarily?
If you answered “Yes” to the above questions, then the E-3 visa for Australians might be for you! The E-3 visa is a temporary work visa that is only available to Australian citizens. This visa allows U.S. companies to bring qualified foreign professionals from Australia to their businesses for jobs that require a bachelor’s degree and specialized skills. The E-3 has an annual limit of $10,500 visas, not including children and dependents and E-3 visa extensions.Nevertheless, E-3 visa demand has never exceeded the number limit, so quota has not been an issue thus far
WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR AN E-3 VISA?
The foreign national must have a specialty occupation, which means an occupation that requires the theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge. The applicant must also have a bachelor’s degree or higher in the specific specialty field.
WHAT ARE THE STEPS AND DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO OBTAIN AN E-3 VISA?
The hiring employer must file a Labor Condition Application with the Secretary of Labor. The process is somewhat similar to the process outlined in the H-1B visa chapter. The employee must submit Immigration Form I-94 to be considered for this visa.
HOW LONG CAN I STAY IN THE U.S. ON AN E-3 VISA?
The E-3 visa is usually issued for duration of 2 years at a time. This visa can be renewed indefinitely in two-year extensions, for as long as the applicant is still meeting the minimum requirements.
CAN I BRING MY FAMILY WITH ME TO THE U.S.?
E-3 visa holders can bring their spouse and children under the age of 21 to the U.S. under the E-3D visa category. The spouse and children do not have to be citizens of Australia to be eligible for the E-3D visa.
CAN MY SPOUSE AND/OR CHILDREN WORK WHILE IN THE U.S.?
Yes. The E-3D visa holders can work while they are staying in the U.S. The spouse and children must obtain Employment Authorization
AWARDS & APPEARANCES
Attorney Naresh Gehi on ABC NEWS discussing Donald Trump’s court case involving immigration
Immigration attorney law firm Gehi & Associates help a lot of Immigrants to get a green card, fight against deportation and provides a free legal assistance for all local U.S citizen. NYC Immigration lawyer Naresh Gehi provides free Personal assistance and provide more information about Immigration and deportation matters. Call to Gehi and associates now for a free consultation.
Attorney Naresh Gehi on Fox News discussing the immigration ban.
Naresh Gehi on Fox News discussing the immigration ban.
Can a greencard holder with a criminal record become a U.S citizen?
Can a green card holder who has a criminal record become an American citizen? Watch attorney Naresh Gehi discuss this issue.
Can a person out of status qualify for a green card in the U.S?
Can a person who is out of status qualify for a green card in the U.S. if he marries a U.S. citizen. The answer is yes, you may be eligible for a green card. Watch for more information.
Can you qualify for a green card in a same-sex marriage?
Can you qualify for a green card if you marry someone of the same sex? The answer is yes. Watch video for details.
Can a person, who crossed the border, qualify for a green card?
Can a person who crossed a border into the U.S. qualify for a green card. The answer is yes. Attorney Naresh Gehi explains more.
Can you self-sponsor yourself for green card as a victim of abuse?
Can you self-sponsor yourself for green card as a victim of abuse? Attorney Naresh Geri explains how it is possible.
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