Main: (631) 617.5269,  NY Office: (646) 998.8123

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Our promise to you, as a not-for-profit immigration legal services organization is that our fees, when applicable, are below those charged by the private immigration bar.


Below are some of the exceptional services we offer:

Main: (631) 617.5269

NYC Office: (646) 998.8123


  • All applications are electronically prepared and saved in our computerized database.


  • Certain applications are submitted electronically.


  •  Certification, translation and notary services.


  •  Obtain, accurate up-to-date information on new laws and regulations.


  • Our immigration staff attorneys specialize in and limit their practice to immigration law, and are members of American Immigration Lawyers Association, “AILA” If necessary we refer to AILA attorneys, accredited representatives, outreach and voluntary service organizations.




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Complete list of Services

  • Permanent Residents (Green Card)

    US citizens and legal permanent residents (LPRs) can petition relatives. Spouses, parents, and unmarried children under the age of 21 of United States citizens, can enter the United States immediately. All others must wait until paperwork is approved by the US government.


  • Citizenship and Classes



    The process by which a lawful permanent resident becomes a citizen is called naturalization.


    Advantages of becoming a US citizen:


    •     Right to vote


    •     Right to hold public office and certain federal and state government jobs


    •     Ability to petition more family members


    •     A US citizen cannot be deported


    •     A US citizen can live in another country as long as they want


    •     A US citizen can receive social security benefits overseas






  • Family Reunification



    Family reunification has been the principal policy underlining US Immigration law. Family-based immigration allows for close relatives of US citizens or legal permanent residents to immigrate to the US.


  • Asylum Seekers Fleeing Persecution

    Asylum is granted to qualified applicants regardless of country of origin, who are unwilling or unable to return to their country of birth because of past persecution or a well-founded fear of future persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion.


    Persons granted asylum can:


    •     Remain in the US


    •     Petition to bring others family members


    •     Apply for Lawful Permanent Residence status after one year as an asylee


  • If individuals are granted Deferred Action, will they be able to obtain driver’s licenses?

    Qualification for a driver’s license is a state-by-state issue.

  • Will qualifying individuals be eligible for in-state tuition at colleges and universities?

    The issue of in-state tuition varies from state to state. NY allows in-state tuition.

  • How can individuals prove their eligibility for Deferred Action?

    Primary Evidence: A lease, car purchase, expired IDs, taxes, pay stubs; Secondary Evidence: School records for children, emergency contact at school and affidavits from witness


  • What are the fees associated with the deferred action?

    $465.00 (Work permit + Biometrics).

  • Can individuals in deportation proceedings or subject to a final order of removal apply for Deferred Action?

    Yes, they can. For more information call Immigration Legal Services of Long Island at (631) 617-5269 or at (646) 998-8123.

Contact Information

Immigration Legal Services of Long Island, Inc.

P.O. Box 1294,

Water Mill, NY 11976


Main: (631) 617.5269

NY Office: (646) 998.8123


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