Susan Henner is a seasoned attorney in the field of immigration law. She has handled all types of immigration cases from business-related immigration matters and visa petitions to deportation cases. Current and past clients include Fortune 500 companies, large accounting firms, major advertising agencies, start-up companies and individual persons in search of professional and efficient immigration legal services. She has also saved hundreds of her clients from deportation.
Susan Henner Law is a full-service immigration law firm located in Westchester County, New York. However, our clients are located all across the nation. Since they specifically focus on the one area of the law, this allows them to provide their clients with personalized, one on one professional services in a highly complex area of immigration law. Susan Henner and her staff have over twenty years of professional experience as White Plains immigration lawyers.
The law offices of Susan Henner offers the services of representation of international employers seeking to set up new businesses or affiliate offices in the US, and also employers seeking to obtain work permits, visas and/or residency (green cards) for their employers. White Plains Immigration Lawyers have also worked with individuals within the music and entertainment field, the sciences, the arts, athletes, as well as those within the movie industry to obtain proper work visas and residency (green cards).
Services Offered by Susan Henner Immigration Law Firm
- Non-Immigrant Visas (H-1B, O, L-1, E-1, TN)- Non-immigrant visas are granted to allow temporary entrance into the United States for a specific purpose. Non-immigrant visas allow an individual immigrant to remain in the United States for a specific amount of time only. Such visas may be granted to specific persons which include: business visitors, tourist visitors, student visas, temporary professional workers, training visas, business investors or traders, fiancées; intracompany transferees; extraordinary aliens to include athletes, artists, scientists and musicians; religious workers; victims of crimes and others. Susan Henner will assist you in understanding you each visa and the specific requirements of each, and she will guide you through the process of achieving the visa that is right for you or a loved one.
- Citizenship – The road to becoming a US citizen can be a long and daunting one. Obtaining Citizenship in the United States will entitle a person to receive certain government benefits and assistance, while also offering them the same rights, privileges, status, and duties afforded all US Citizens. This includes the right to vote. Another name for the process of obtaining citizenship if a person was not born in the United States is naturalization
- Work Permits – A work permit allows a foreign worker to obtain temporary employment legally within the United States. Before you file an application, you should understand the difference between a work permit and a visa. Work permits are actual cards that are applied for and approved only in conjunction with a separate immigration or nonimmigrant process.
- EB-1 Aliens of Extraordinary Ability– One of the ways in which clients can both avoid the lengthy PERM process and/or self-sponsor for a green card without an employer, is if they qualify as an Alien of Extraordinary Ability and fall within the EB-1 category. This category of visa allows a person to by-pass the labor certification (PERM) process and to apply directly for an immigrant visa (I-140), even without a sponsor.
- Deportation and Removal- With the ever-increasing and tighter restrictions on undocumented immigrants in the United States, it is more important than ever to secure valid immigration documents to allow you to remain in the country. If you have been issued a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court, or if you are arrested by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, you need the assistance of an experienced Immigration Attorney immediately.
- PERM Green Card Process- The labor certification (PERM) process is one of the ways to obtain permanent resident status for persons who are seeking such status based upon a current or future job offer in the United States. The employer must obtain an approved labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor. Specifically, the Department of Labor must certify that qualified U.S. workers are unavailable to fill the position which is the subject of the job offer, and that the employment of foreign nationals will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of similarly employed U.S. workers.
Susan Henner can offer you the services of a highly experienced Immigration Attorney who has a strong passion for welcoming those new to the country into the United States. Contact her at 1-888-733-0141. Or you can send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also use the contact form on her website.