Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer

Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer

PPID provides legal counsel to those seeking a U.S. Green Card.

Generations of immigrants make up the neighborhood of Brooklyn. If you are a noncitizen looking to move to Brooklyn or have other immigration-related goals to develop your life in the borough, a dedicated Brooklyn immigration lawyer from Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco can help you achieve your objectives.

The legal team at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco has an unwavering commitment to client satisfaction and success. With over 100 years of collective experience, our firm employs a client-centered approach that requires addressing key questions and concerns, listening deeply to understand goals and case details, and leveraging critical experience and knowledge. We craft ideal immigration pathway strategies to help our clients obtain optimal outcomes.

How Can a Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer From PPID Help Me?

The legal team at Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco is strong in diversity of background, skills, and education, reflecting the community of Brooklyn. We speak a variety of languages to break down barriers and understand your needs, including Spanish, Chinese, Hindi, Russian, Punjabi, and Bulgarian. When it comes to achieving your immigration goals, our team can help you address a variety of immigration-related challenges, including:

  • Family-Based Immigration. An attorney at PPID can help you bring your loved one to Brooklyn, help you apply for a family-based green card from Brooklyn, or provide you with adjustment of status support. Based on your familial relations and the petitioner’s status in the United States, we can provide legal advice, associated expected timelines, and projected costs.
  • Employment-Based Immigration. The legal team at PPID can analyze your employment goals, including whether you are interested in working long-term or short-term in Brooklyn. We can also review your work experience and educational background to help you choose an employment-based immigration pathway that optimally suits your case.
  • Criminal Issues and Removal. Noncitizens facing criminal defense charges can have their immigration status or physical presence in the country threatened, even if the charges are for minor crimes. An immigration defense attorney from our team can help you analyze the criminal charges and fight back against deportation or removal orders.
  • Naturalization and Citizenship. Pursuing and obtaining US citizenship is a significant achievement in the immigration process, and our immigration lawyers are keen to help you get there as efficiently and quickly as possible. We can help ensure that you meet all requirements and assist with paperwork filing and case monitoring.
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). PPID is committed to helping young people who are undocumented in Brooklyn apply for SIJS, which, if accepted, allows them to apply for lawful permanent resident status. We can meet with you to ensure that you meet eligible requirements and help you prepare and submit relevant forms with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, as well as representing you in the required Family Court proceedings.
  • Student Immigration. Brooklyn offers exceptional educational opportunities, and students are, therefore, keen to come from all over the world to study in the area. An immigration attorney from our firm can help you apply for F-1 and M-1 visas to study as a full-time student in Brooklyn.
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Under VAWA, certain undocumented individuals who have been subject to violent crimes, such as sexual assault and domestic violence by a legal permanent resident or citizen immediate family member can self-petition for lawful permanent resident status without the knowledge of the abusive family member to which their current immigration status is tied. Note that gender is not a concern for VAWA applicants.
  • Crime Victims. Victims of eligible criminal activity, such as false imprisonment, trafficking, domestic violence, and stalking, who have suffered mental or physical abuse and help aid the prosecution or investigation of the crime are eligible for a U-Visa. An immigration lawyer from our firm can help determine your eligibility, gather evidence, and complete and file an application.
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA provides undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children with temporary protection from deportation and work authorization. A dedicated Brooklyn immigration lawyer from our firm can help determine your eligibility and help you apply or reapply for temporary protection under DACA.

The legal team at PPID is committed to helping noncitizens pursue their dreams in Brooklyn. We can also help you find safety and refuge so that you can start a new life under protection and without fear of deportation. Our lawyers can help analyze the details of your case to determine the optimal immigration pathway for you. Then, we can gather information, submit paperwork, and follow up with your application to help ensure that your immigration process goes efficiently and smoothly.

What Should I Look for in a Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer?

If you are facing immigration-related challenges in Brooklyn, you are likely looking for a legal professional who can support you by providing legal guidance and navigation through complex bureaucratic procedures. Because there are hundreds of immigration lawyers in New York, it can be overwhelming to decide which attorney may be right for your case. When searching for an optimal Brooklyn immigration lawyer, it’s important to consider a lawyer who has the following:

  • Years of Experience. You can benefit from working with a lawyer who has years of experience working in immigration law and is backed by a reputable law firm. Ensure that they have worked extensively with cases similar to yours, whether that entails employment-based immigrant visas or immigration defense cases.
  • Strong Communication. An immigration attorney will be helping ensure that you meet all of the requirements for your immigration pathway, collecting supporting evidence, submitting your application, and guiding you through the general process. To do this, they will need to be in contact with various US agencies as well. Therefore, you will need an attorney who can actively communicate across individuals and agencies.
  • Brooklyn-Based Knowledge. An immigration lawyer from Brooklyn can leverage their local knowledge to optimize local processes and help ensure that you get access to the local benefits you are entitled to. They can ensure that your rights as a noncitizen are protected under both federal and local law.

At Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco, our legal immigration team is here to serve you with our local knowledge, decades of experience, and proactive communication and problem-solving skills. No immigration problem is too complex to tackle. We can analyze your case, gather critical evidence, and push forward to award you the immigration outcomes you are seeking.


Q: How Can I Get Immigrants in Brooklyn the Help They Need?

A: If you are seeking help for Brooklyn immigrants, it’s important to understand their specific needs and concerns. Immigrants in Brooklyn may face a variety of challenges, including job insecurity, housing insecurity, and language barriers, as well as an insecure immigration status. A dedicated immigration lawyer can help assess their case details and work toward pursuing an optimal immigration pathway that can help them secure work authorization and eventually gain citizenship.

Q: What Is the Difference Between a Brooklyn Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa?

A: In Brooklyn, an immigrant visa is a type of visa that can help a person secure lawful permanent resident, or LPR status, allowing them to live and work for a period of up to 10 years at a time in the country. A person with LPR status can go through the naturalization process to acquire citizenship if they meet certain requirements. A nonimmigrant visa is for those who reside in the United States on a temporary basis, living in the US for a shorter period of time.

Q: Can a Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer Help Me Get a Green Card?

A: Yes, a Brooklyn immigration lawyer can help you get a green card, depending on the details of your situation, including your familial relationships with US citizens or LPRs, your job skills and experience, your educational background, and whether you have been convicted of       certain crimes. They can consider key factors in your case to help you determine which immigration pathway is ideal for your situation. This way, you can maximize your chances of getting a green card in Brooklyn.

Work With a Dedicated Brooklyn Immigration Lawyer To Reach Your Immigration Goals

Whether you are already located in Brooklyn and would like to adjust your status, or you are out of the country and looking for the optimal pathway to move to the city, a dedicated immigration lawyer from Pollack, Pollack, Isaac & DeCicco can meet with you in person or online to understand your goals and background.

Our immigration team can leverage our combined over 100 years of experience to help you live your dream in Brooklyn. If you are facing criminal charges or a removal or deportation order, we can fight to keep you in New York. Contact an immigration lawyer from our team today to get started.

PPID Office Locations
New York City

250 Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, New York 10007
Toll Free: 800-223-2814
Local: 212-233-8100
Fax: 212-233-9238


1045 Park Street, Suite 104
Peekskill, New York 10566
Toll Free: 800-223-2814
Local: 914-328-2400
Fax: 212-233-9238