I am a Shia Muslim. I was a victim of persecution in my homeland Pakistan. Schonfeld & Ushan successfully won my asylum case. I am now a green card holder. I can practice my religion without fear of being killed.
Schonfeld & Ushan got VAWA self petition approved and I am now a green card holder. I now can hope for the future free from domestic violence.
I am extremely grateful to the office of Schonfeld and Ushan for their efforts in preparing a waiver of fraud and inadmissibility. Thanks you for the great service. My husband is now a green card holder.
I recently received my Green Card. The office of Schonfeld and Ushan’s has brought me great joy. They have changed my life. Ken Schonfeld was amazing throughout the entire process. He was always available and very prompt in addressing my concerns and questions.
I was greatly impressed by the efficiency with which Schonfeld and Ushan’s handled our immigration case. Marilyn Ushan reassured us and alleviated our fears. It took only seven months from the date our application was filed to the time we received the green card for which we were applying.
Her guidance made the whole process less stressful than it would have otherwise been.
My lawyer spent a great deal of time and expertise to get the labor certification filed by my employer on my behalf certified after failed attempts by other lawyers. I am very thankful for Schonfeld and Ushan’s.
My university wanted to sponsor me for my green card as an outstanding research scientist. My lawyer prepared and submitted my documents in an extreme timely and professional manner. My case was approved almost immediate. I am now a research scientist at Rockefeller University.
Thank you Schonfeld and Ushan.
I hold the office of Schonfeld and Ushan in high regards. They understand your story. My lawyer was completely thorough in preparing your case for immigration court and I am now a United States permanent resident.
The office Schonfeld and Ushan treated me with great kindness and patience in what was a terribly stressful experience. I was in deportation proceedings in New York for two years. My lawyer’s knowledge of the laws allowed her to have the case reconsidered and the denial was reversed within seven weeks. Now that I have my green card I have petitioned for my 3 children from Accra Ghana who I have not seen in 8 years.