Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Amnesty for Undocumented Immigrants & Z-Visas
With the impending Immigration Reform Act, the Mirabile Law firm is poised to help immigrants take advantage of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, soon to be approved by Congress in order to provide amnesty for illegal immigrants through the issuance of a Z-Visa or similar amnesty.
The present U.S. administration has certain goals for immigration reform that honor our values as a nation and support the contributions of immigrants to our economic development.
As a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 1987, Thomas Mirabile is acutely aware of how these involved goals affect our clients. He was also actively involved in the last amnesty in 1986 and beyond securing legal status for undocumented immigrants to the extent the law allows.
With 36 years experience in Immigration, Thomas Mirabile has the experience, credentials and knowledge to allow you to achieve your goals. He is rated by Avvo with an Excellent rating and rated as "Distinguished and Preeminent" by Martindale Hubbell ratings system for lawyers.
What is comprehensive immigration reform?
Comprehensive Immigration Reform comprises American ideals about immigration and aims to create a new way to provide amnesty for undocumented immigrants by granting Z-visas or similar allowances to people who are in the United States.
Mirabile Law Firm believes that immigration reforms reflect the firm's ideas of diversity, and we are excited to help more people contribute to our nation and enjoy the benefits of living and working here lawfully.
Comprehensive Immigration Reform aims to improve U.S. Immigration: Immigrants in the U.S. should be recognized for their present contributions.
Immigrants who live and work without lawful status still contribute to our nation. Reform seeks to recognize that contribution and create a Z-Visa or similar opportunity for immigrants to become a lawful part of America. Our immigration system can do more for people who are here lawfully.
Lawful immigrants deserve to remain with their families-amnesty for illegal immigrants allows lawful immigrants to stay with the people they love. Once illegal immigrants have a Z-Visa or similar allowance, they can benefit from jobs that support the U.S.
Once an immigrant is here unlawfully, he or she is likely to live "in the shadows." Sometimes, employers create incentives to come here unlawfully; sometimes, circumstances in the immigrant's home country create the incentive.
Either way, Comprehensive Immigration Reform seeks to empower the rule of law, so that people may benefit from the U.S. and the U.S. can remain strong. We are keeping a close eye on the updates and daily actions and procedures with Washington.
The United States immigration system is extremely complex and constantly changing. Unfortunately, many individuals wrongly assume that, since most immigration applications are form-based, the underlying laws are also simple and straightforward. Many of our clients come to us after they have made mistakes on their own or after mistakes have been made by "immigration specialists" who handled their cases. These mistakes, however, can be very difficult and costly to correct. Only an experienced immigration attorney can ensure that you and your family get the best possible outcome the first time you apply for the immigration benefits. With 34 years of successful representation in Immigration matters we believe that we can provide exceptional service and attention to your Immigration and International law needs.
We provide a complete range of immigration legal services including, but not limited to
- Representation in Immigration Courts
- Defense from Deportation and Removal
- Motions to Reopen and Reconsider
- Appeals to BIA
- Petitions to Federal Courts
- Consequences of Criminal convictions on immigration status
Family-based Green Cards for
- Spouses, Children, Parents and Siblings of U.S. Citizens I 130 and I - 485 applications
- Spouses and Children of Green Card Holders 1 -130
- Victims of Domestic Violence/Abused Spouses
Employment-based Green Cards for
- Professionals with Advanced Degrees
- Professors, Researchers, Inventors, and Scientists
- Multinational Managers and Executives
- Athletes, Artists, and Performers
- Religious Workers
- Treaty Traders and Investors
- Greencards for Lottery Winners (Diversity Visas)
- Visas for Fiancées of U.S. Citizens
- Criminal Immigration Problems
- All Types of Non-Immigrant Work Visas
- All types of student visas
- Extension and Change of Status
- J-1 Waivers
- Status reinstatement
- Political Asylum & Refugee Applications
- Labor Certification (Perm)
- Marriage and Naturalization Interviews
- Employment Authorization
- Change/Extension of Non-Immigrant Status