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New ​York, New York ​Immigration ​Lawyer – Karin Wolman

The Law Office of Karin Wolman, PLLC, is a New York immigration law firm located in lower Manhattan handling primarily work visas and business immigration matters, as well as family-based immigration and citizenship. Ms. Wolman is a US immigration lawyer who represents institutions, small companies, non-profit organizations and individuals at all stages in the process, from obtaining temporary visas for study and training, to H-1B, E, L-1 and O-1 work visas for employment, lawful permanent residence (a “green card”), and naturalization to U.S. citizenship. She advises employers and individuals on all phases of student and work visa status, and employment- and family-based green cards, from recent graduates making the transition to the U.S. workplace and organizations screening prospective hires, planning visa strategies for staff and managing the impact of organizational changes, along the paths to permanent residence including PERM labor certification, Schedule A, Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher and National Interest Waivers, and through to citizenship. Ms. Wolman serves a diverse array of corporate and individual clients in the sciences and technology, healthcare, education, finance, social services, religious organizations, architecture and design, fashion and the performing, culinary and fine arts.

The ​Law ​Office ​of ​Karin ​Wolman

The Law Office of Karin Wolman offers a hands-on approach with clear instructions and plenty of explanation, so clients know what to expect as their cases move forward. Immigration procedures are complex, the rules seem to change constantly, and each stage can be overwhelming: the role of the attorney is to provide clarity for the applicant or petitioner, to help steer you through the fog. Understanding what the rules are, and how the government currently interprets its rules, can ease the stress and confusion of immigration processes that are all too often baffling.

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