My Mission: To help create the opportunity for individuals and their families to seek and achieve the American dream.
Cordello Law helps clients achieve the American dream, across the Rochester area. Attorney Justin M. Cordello, the founder of the firm, is an experienced immigration lawyer and litigator, who is committed to provide each of his immigration clients with effective immigration legal representation through individualized service and attention.
Justin strongly believes in providing his clients with honest and efficient representation. He provides his services and expertise when it is needed, never when it is unnecessary.
Justin approaches each case with the goal of providing each client with exactly what he or she wants. Justin’s experience, knowledge, and expertise enable him to do so. This is demonstrated by his 9.6 “Superb” rating by clients on the independent AVVO.com attorney rating website.
BA, Ithaca College 1998
JD, New York Law School 2002
"I feel an obligation to do right by each of my clients and look forward to helping you with your immigration matter."
During a brief, 5-10 minute call we can determine the basics of your situation, what information and materials you should gather, and we can schedule an in-person consultation visit to review in more detail and determine your best course of action.
Prior to our in-person consultation, collect any relevant documents and materials, such as your immigration notices, citizenship documents, and documentation of any current legal proceedings to bring with you when we meet.
The consultation visit will be at my office, at 95 Allens Creek Rd, Bldg. 2 - Suite 215.
Most consultation visits last approximately 45 minutes. During this time I'll:
1. Evaluate your case
2. Anticipate legal issues
3. Design solutions to complicated legal problems
4. Eliminate the confusion and minimize hassle
What comes next is up to you. After our consultation visit, you will be in a situation to determine if you want to retain further legal representation to represent you in respect to your immigration issues.