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Rochester Immigration Lawyer

Justin Cordello, esq.

Contact a dedicated Rochester, NY Immigration Attorney today to learn about individual and family immigration options and rights.

  Phone/Text: 585-204-0936
  Email: Justin@CordelloLaw.com

Immigration Attorney Services for Individuals and Their Families

Rochester Immigration Lawyer


Immigration Attorney rochester
Justin Cordello, Esq.
Founding Attorney, Cordello Law PLLC

Immigration laws are complicated, resulting in a stressful process for individuals and their families. Cordello Law PLLC can help you navigate the complexities of the laws and understand the options that are available to you.

My Mission: To help create the opportunity for individuals and their families to seek and achieve the American dream.

If you are trying to remain in the United States, trying to gain entrance to the country for yourself or a family member, or are facing any other immigration dilemma, call 585-866-1402 for an initial phone consultation with Justin Cordello Esq. today.

What My Clients Are Saying...


  • "I recently worked with this law firm. It was an awesome experience and they made it very easy. I highly recommend working with them. Highly educated attorneys and very nice to work with."

     

  • "Justin provided sound legal advice through ongoing difficult circumstances. He went above and beyond and was extremely prompt in all correspondence. He truly has his client's best interests at heart. I highly recommend Justin Cordello, Rochester Immigration Lawyer."

  • "I strongly recommend this law firm. Justin Cordello is attentive, and understanding of your situation. He was helpful and honest in my case assessment."

     

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About one in four U.S. immigrants are unauthorized...

Naturalized Citizens: 19.8 million

Lawful, Permanent Residents: 11.9 million

Unauthorized Immigrants: 11 million

Temporary, Lawful Residents: 2.1 million

Source: PEW Research Center estimates for 2015 based on augmented American Community Survey (IPUMS)

ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations - Administrative Arrests (the arrest of an immigrant for a civil violation of immigration laws) increased 30% from 2016 to 2017.

Source: Source: U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement - FY 2017 ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Report

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  • In 2016, the top five U.S. states by number of immigrants were California (10.7 million), Texas (4.7 million), New York (4.5 million), Florida (4.2 million), and New Jersey (2 million).
  • In fiscal year (FY) 2016, 1,183,505 people became lawful permanent residents (LPRs), also known as green-card holders, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data.
  • Of the more than 1 million new green-card holders in 2016, 48 percent were immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, 20 percent entered through a family-based preference, and 12 percent via an employment-based preference. Another 13 percent adjusted from refugee or asylee status, and 4 percent were diversity lottery winners.

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