White Plains Law Firm

We practice immigration law because we know that our work can make a difference, especially when the sometimes unpredictable forces of U.S. immigration policy are at play.

When your family could be ripped apart by immigration issues, we will work diligently to prevent that from happening.

We Want To Help You Keep Your Family Together

If your son or daughter is taken into custody for not having any status, we can help. There may be options to prevent or delay deportation. When you want to become a U.S. citizen, we can help you prepare for the day of your interview. Then, as you take the oath of allegiance, we will be as proud as you are on that day.

You see, we believe in people. We think that you deserve to be with your family. You work hard and only want the best for your kids. We will use our knowledge and experience to try to make that happen. Whether we are filing an affirmative application for someone, like a family member, or are defending someone in deportation or removal proceedings, we will work passionately and diligently on your behalf.

You Can Trust That What You Tell Us Will Remain Confidential — We Do Not Work For The USCIS. We Work For You.

If you have any questions regarding your or a family member’s immigration status, we want you to feel comfortable calling us or sending an email to make an appointment. We offer a free initial consultation to determine if we can help. And, as with almost all legal problems, the sooner you consult with a lawyer, the better.

Even if you are in removal proceedings already, retaining an experienced attorney as soon as possible to help with your deportation defense could make the difference between staying in the United States and being forced to leave.

We are conveniently located off of I-287 east and within walking distance of the White Plains train station, and have a dedicated Spanish-speaking staff who ensures your phone calls are returned within 24 hours. We are also able to meet detained clients on site.

To learn more about Mr. Relles, and his team’s background and qualifications, follow this link:

Craig Relles Esq.

To schedule a consultation regarding family-based immigration, deportation defense, naturalization or asylum, call 914-919-9030 or send an email to us through this website. We are located in White Plains, New York, and serve clients throughout the state on immigration matters.

Se habla español.