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Dedicated to Achieving Your Immigration Goals

The United States of America is a land of opportunity. When you immigrate to this country, you are giving your family the best life possible to make your dreams come true. However, there are many legal obstacles immigrants must face, especially since it is now more difficult to accomplish your immigration goals.

If you interested in obtaining a visa or becoming a U.S. citizen, or even facing deportation, having an experienced lawyer on your side can make a substantial difference in your case. With 100 years of combined experience, our New York immigration lawyers at Musa-Obregon Law PC can handle all the paperwork, meet all the deadlines, prepare you for your interviews, and help you obtain the outcome you desire. Do not hesitate to get knowledgeable and personalized legal assistance immediately.

Our firm is equipped to provide legal services to clients from various backgrounds and ethnicities, offering services in numerous languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Arabic, Hebrew, French, Haitian Creole, Tagalog (Filipino), Ukrainian, Czech , Slovenian, Swahili , and several Nigerian languages.

Family Matters

There are several ways your loved ones can immigrate to the United States; however, the legal options available depend on your immigration status.

If you are a U.S. citizen, you may petition your spouse, fiancé, children and step-children, parents, and siblings to join you. If you are a permanent reside—or possess a green card— you may petition for your spouse and your unmarried children.

If you are asylee or refugee within the past two years, you may petition for your spouse or unmarried children under 21 years of age at the time you filed your asylum or refugee petition. If you are a member of the U.S. military or married to a service member, there are special conditions.


Work visas are awarded to immigrants to come to the United States as an employee for a specific period of time. The prospective employer must file a petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the prospective employee must file an application as well.

Common types of employment visas include:

However, it is possible for an immigrant to attain permanent residency based on the terms of their employment. In this situation, the sponsoring employer would file a petition on behalf of the employee. Furthermore, immigrants who have extraordinary ability in arts and sciences which contribute to the country can apply for permanent residency.


If you have been convicted of a crime and facing removal proceedings, our New York immigration lawyer can give you the best possible chance to remain in the U.S. and protect your rights and future. We can investigate your case, gather evidence, and develop an effective case strategy to do our best to cancel removal proceedings and avoid conviction.

The following are the crimes which can make an immigrant deportable:

  • Crimes of moral turpitude
  • Drug crimes
  • Aggravated felonies
  • Domestic violence crimes
  • Firearm offenses

Schedule a Free Consultation Today!

Due to the complexities of the immigration system, our New York immigration attorney can guide you through the legal process. Handling immigration matters on your own could make you vulnerable to legal pitfalls which could jeopardize your goals. To ensure you are doing everything right, we can help.

For more information about our legal services, contact us at (888) 502-8461 today to discuss your case.

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  • “I don't know how a man who is so busy even gives out his cell phones to his clients for emergencies but to show you how much he feels for his clients, this is the kind of lawyer that he is!”

    Agnieska R.
  • “Thank you, Mr. Obregon, for helping me and my family. We will never forget this.”

    Former Client
  • “He helped my loved one get out of deportation quickly for a very, very reasonable fee.”

  • “I will definitely recommend you to anyone I come across needing legal work.”

  • “I recognize the law firm Musa-Obregon & Associates for its attention and assistance to our entire community.”

    Erick Salgado, NYC democratic Candidate for Mayor
  • “I am blessed and I highly recommend this law firm to anyone struggling with their immigration process.”

    L. L.
  • “The man can do what other lawyers only dream about.”

  • “Extremely ethical and a great human being.”

    Former Client
  • “My son has got a good job now and is a free man because of this lawyer.”

  • “He thought out of the box and worked until he was able to have a conversation with the DA.”

    Ms Ching
  • “Thank you for winning my case and saving my family”

    M. Cruz
  • “They won my VAWA case. I am extremely grateful for their help.”

    Julio E.
  • “I trust him completely and know he has my best interest in mind.”

    Ronald R.
  • “Now we are here to stay and can get green cards.”

    Polish family
  • “Highly skilled attorney with extensive trial experience who forcefully articulates and champions relentlessly his client’s needs and welfare.”

    Manuel Portela NYC Criminal and Immigration Lawyer

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