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Immigration legal issues are often stressful and complicated. However, it is a mistake to delay or avoid dealing with them as swiftly and effectively as possible, given their life-changing effects. Something as important as you or your family’s immigration status, work status, or personal liberty should be managed by a qualified Immigration Lawyer that knows the system and how to work with the immigration authorities and get positive results.

At Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC, we are personally dedicated to helping the people in the communities of Bucks County, Philadelphia County, and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, with all legal immigration matters. We genuinely care about keeping families together and assisting people seeking legal immigration status in the USA.

Family-Based Petitions

American citizens and legal permanent residents may be able to apply for immigration on behalf of their family members, including spouses, parents, adopted or biological children, and siblings. We can assist in any of the following Immigration legal matters:

  • Family-Based Lawful Permanent Residence (“Green Card”)
  • Fiancé visa petition
  • Green card renewals
  • Waivers of inadmissibility
  • Consular visa processing
  • Removal of conditions on permanent residence


If you are ready to take the ultimate step and become a United States citizen, we can help you. Naturalization is a lengthy process; the average naturalization processing time can take many months. We can help you expedite the process and with all the required submissions–which are extensive.

Any failure to provide the correct documentation will create problems and delays. Furthermore, issues such as the ability to speak English, a criminal record, an earlier deportation order, or illegal entry cases can make the naturalization process more difficult. Whatever the challenges of your immigration situation, we stand ready to assist with your goal of becoming a U.S. citizen.

Criminal Immigration Implications

People who have been arrested, convicted, or have admitted to committing any crime, whether a felony or misdemeanor, a drug-related crime, DUI, or other offense, face serious immigration challenges and typically lose eligibility for legal status in the USA. Additionally, only a U.S. citizen is immune to the prospect of deportation, which certain criminal convictions may leave an immigrant vulnerable to.

If you have a criminal record, it is imperative that you get legal assistance in seeking or retaining your visa, green card, asylum, or citizenship. Several strategies may help you avoid deportation or other criminal legal problems that could impact your legal status in the USA. It is advised that you call our firm at once if you are facing criminal charges that could impact your legal immigration status.

Removal Proceedings: We Can Help

Suppose you or your family member have been convicted of a criminal offense and are now facing removal proceedings. In that case, it is critical that you get legal help from a qualified immigration lawyer at once. We can assist you with any of the following immigration issues:

Immigration law is exceptionally complex, and dealing with the agency on your own can lead to disaster, including deportation or being separated from a family member. You need an immigration attorney that can effectively work within the system and will help you to pursue the outcome that will be best for you and your family.

At Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC, we care about our clients and do everything possible to seek a favorable outcome, even in the most difficult immigration cases. Call us at (215) 969-3004 for immediate assistance, or contact us using our online form.

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