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Immigration Law

Mr. Mogil is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association

July 2018--We have much recent and successfl experience representing clients subject to ICE holds, in detention and with bond hearings. If you have a family member or employee in detention please do hot hesitate to contact us.

 

Starting in 2001, the firm has assisted more than one thousand persons in immigration matters. The firm provides advice to and appears on behalf of individuals, businesses and institutions in the following immigration matters:

Deportation, Removal and Asylum cases

H2B, H1B,  E 2, L1 and Non Immigrant Business Visas

2012 Deferred Action Applications

Marriage and Family Based Visas

EB 5 and Investor Visas

TPS and Extension of Status

Labor Certification and PERM

 

For questions about these, or any other immigration matters, please contact us. We offer free consultations for family based matters and we can facilitate Skype or Facetime consultations to save travel time and expense.

Please contact us to learn of your legal options if you or a person connected to you has been detained by ICE or issued a Notice to Appear in a Removal Case

2018 H1 B update: http://immigrationimpact.com/2018/04/06/h1b-cap-reached-uscis/

 

2016 Update: We are offering free 30 minute consultations for family based adjustment, TPS, and Naturalization cases only, in English or Espagnol. We are also involving in a number of asylum cases. Please contact us if you think you may qualify for asylum.

 

2015 Update: We are handling  deportation and removal cases in Charlotte. While we have not seen a significant amount of  local detentions in recent months, persons out of status are still subject to ICE Holds if picked up by law enforcement.

 

We have not observed significant enforcement of the Illegal Immigration Act at the local level since approximately 2009. However, the firm is currently advising clients on compliance and internal auditing in preparation for future enforcement efforts and other immigration compliance matters.

2008 Update: The South Carolina Illegal Immigration Act presents many new challenges. Please contact us for a consultation on how this law impacts your company.

Contact us:

Michael W. Mogil, Attorney, Member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Email: mike@mogillaw.com

 

Elizabeth M. Velasquez, Paralegal
Email immlawhhi@ymail.com

Or call Mogil Law at (843) 785-8110.

 

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