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Youman, Madeo & Fasano, LLP - New York Immigration Attorney

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The law offices of Youman, Madeo & Fasano, LLP, is one of the greater New York area’s foremost firms for deportation and removal defense. We successfully seek relief for immigrants convicted of serious crimes. Our reputation nationwide is our mastery of immigration law, and our innovative approach to creating new pathways to immigrant rights. Judges respect us for our knowledge of the law, and other attorneys take notes when we hold continuing legal education courses.

Our lawyers provides a full array of immigration law services, in addition to deportation defense, addressing such issues as asylum, citizenship and naturalization, and visas, green cards and work permits.

To schedule a consultation with our attorneys, call them at 800-890-0229 or describe your problem for us using the email form below.

With offices in Manhattan, Queens, Union City and Patchogue.

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Youman, Madeo & Fasano, LLP
299 Broadway
Suite 810
New York, NY 10007
Toll Free: 800-890-0229
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Patchogue office
1 S. Ocean Ave.
Suite 219
Patchogue, NY 11772
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Jackson Heights office
82-11 37th Avenue
Suite 908
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
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Union City office
48-08 Bergenline Avenue
Suite 402
Union City, NJ 07087
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Attorney H. Raymond Fasano, as Section Chair to the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section will be hosting the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section Seminar in Memphis, TN May 17 -18. Please follow this link for details
http://www.fedbar.org/Sections/Immigration-Law-Section/Calendar/Immigration-Law-Section-2013-Immigration-Law-Seminar.aspx

May 7, 2013 Employers Must Use Revised Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification

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