WHO WE ARE
Lightman Law Firm was founded by Douglas M. Lightman, Esq. upon the principles that open and frequent communication, mixed with highly personalized and honest service provided at reasonable fees, should be the standard rather than the exception.
WHAT WE DO
We help individuals achieve their goals of living, working, and pursuing happiness in the United States. Additionally, we help domestic and foreign businesses navigate the confusing world of U.S. immigration law, making any type of transition as smooth and efficient as possible.
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Every client's needs are different, therefore, our exact procedure will vary depending on your specific immigration issue.
The first step is getting in touch.
Call us (212) 643-0985 or submit an inquiry via web form to discuss your case with an experienced and award-winning, New York Immigration Lawyer.
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AWARDS & TESTIMONIALS
"Although I had previously been rejected when attempting to obtain a TN visa but working with Mr. Lightman was straightforward and stress-free. I was shocked how quickly my application was submitted and approved. I'll definitely go to Mr. Lightman for any future immigration needs."
-Kristin A., RSR Partners
"What pleased me the most is that you always kept us informed continuously of the status of the process without us having to contact you!"
-Lorraine Elshiekh, Director of HR – Catalyst Inc
"I started off using a do it yourself package but quickly realized it was not nearly enough. With Mr. Lightman’s assistance I was able to avoid errors that could’ve cost us the visa."
1.) Simplify the procedure through clear and open communication
2.) Determine your immigration-based goals and options
3.) Complete the necessary steps promptly, affordably, and professionally
By Iris Castro As a permanent resident you can petition your spouse for a green card. This process takes longer when compared to the green card through marriage to a U.S. citizen route because an immigrant visa number is usually not immediately available to the
By Matthew G. Curtis On November 18, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) published a final rule entitled “Retention of EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 Immigrant Workers and Program Improvements Affecting High Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers”. The stated purpose of the regulation, effective January 17,
E-3 Visa – Post-Approval By Matthew G. Curtis I just entered the US on an E-3, now what? The E-3 visa is a popular option for Australian nationals, seeking to enter the US to work for a sponsoring employer in a “specialty occupation.” You
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