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"The Right Immigration Attorney Makes All The Difference"

May Law Group, LLC, has successfully filed immigration petitions for almost every type of U.S. visa. Valerie L. May, our lead immigration attorney, has filed thousands of immigration petitions with overwhelming success. Attorney May's approval rate for many immigration petitions is 100% and, for even some of the most difficult petitions in immigration law, is between 98 to 100%.*

A number of Attorney May's immigration petitions have made new immigration law in the areas of J waivers, extraordinary ability, and removal of conditions. The attorneys at May Law Group frequently deal with complex and difficult immigration cases. We have successfully filed cases that other attorneys have said could not be approved. The immigration lawyers at May Law Group strive to win approvals for our clients and this frequently requires working evenings and weekends, doing tireless research, and putting in extra effort. We love practicing immigration law and share in our clients' joy when their immigration cases are approved.

The following are immigration petitions that the immigration lawyers of May Law Group has successfully filed:

  • Q visa program for a prominent local business
  • O visa, Alien of Extraordinary Ability, nonimmigrant visa petition for a new type of athlete: an international competitive eater
  • National interest waiver I-140 petitions in numerous engineering fields
  • National interest waiver I-140s in medical, scientific, and robotics fields
  • Extraordinary ability I-140s in medical fields
  • Outstanding Professor and Researcher I-140s
  • H-1B nonimmigrant visa petitions for numerous industries
  • TN visas for Canadians
  • AC-21 portability notifications for aliens with approved I-140s and I-485s pending over 180 days
  • L-1A, Multinational Manager and Executive, nonimmigrant visas
  • L-1B visas, Specialized Knowledge Visas
  • EB-1 Multinational Manager and Executive I-140s
  • H-1B transfers under AC-21
  • Complex Child Status Protection Act Adjustment of Status Petitions
  • Joint Removal of Condition Petitions
  • Removal of Condition Petitions Requesting a Waiver of the Joint Filing Requirement due to a Bona Fide Marriage which has ended in Divorce
  • Removal of Conditions Petitions based on Abuse (Men and Women)
  • Removal of Conditions Petitions where Conditional Permanent Status has been Terminated
  • I-601 Waivers of Inadmissibility due to fraud, the ten-year bar, and criminal inadmissibility
  • I-212 Permission to Reapply after Deportation or Removal
  • P visas for professional athletes
  • I-360, VAWA, Petitions for Abused Spouses (Men and Women)
  • PERM labor certifications for numerous industries in both the EB-2 and EB-3 categories
  • Fiancé(e) visa petitions
  • K-3 Petitions for spouses of United States citizens
  • Asylum Petitions (Affirmative and Defensive) (Most recent asylum approvals for citizens of Russia, Uzbekistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nepal, Rwanda, and Pakistan)
  • H-2B petitions (seasonal, one-time occurrence, and peak load)
  • I-130 Petitions for Relatives of United States citizens and permanent residents
  • I-485 Adjustment of Status petitions
  • Consular processing
  • Employment authorization applications
  • Advance parole applications
  • Reentry permits
  • Citizenship applications
  • Applications for a Waiver of the Civics and English requirements for citizenship
  • J Waiver of Section 212(e) of the INA with U.S. Department of State Acting as Interested Government Agency
  • J Waivers of Section 212(e) of the INA
  • Conrad 30 J Waivers
  • Appalachian Regional Commission J waivers
  • E visas
  • Extension of Stay and Change of Status Petitions
  • Permanent Residence Card Applications for Native Americans born in Canada
  • Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Motions to Reopen with Immigration Court
  • Bond Motions for Immigration Detainees
  • I-9 Audits for Major Corporations and Small Businesses
  • Extraordinary Ability Petitions in the Arts
  • Alien Relative Petitions Requesting a Bona Fide Marriage Exemption
  • Responses to Notices of Intent to Deny or Revoke
  • B visitor Visas
  • Petitions for Review
  • Appeals of Naturalization Denials

*Past results cannot predict future results due to variations in the fact patterns of cases.

Contact an Immigration Lawyer in Pittsburgh or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York

To speak to an immigration attorney about your immigration goals, including obtaining a work visa in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Ohio, West Virginia or surrounding areas, we welcome you to contact us online or call 412-291-4400 | 215-880-4977 | 347-839-1700 | 404-736-9195. Free consultations are available. We represent clients throughout the United States, including Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, Allegheny County, Philadelphia County, New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, and worldwide in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Asia, China, Australia, Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and South America.

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May Law Group, L.L.C.
One PPG Place
Suite 1600
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Phone: 412-291-4400
Toll-Free 1-877-LAW-USIM
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May Law Group, LLC
1515 Market Street
Suite 1200 
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone: 215-880-4977
Philadelphia Law Office

May Law Group, LLC
830 Third Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 347-839-1700
New York Law Office

From offices in New York City, and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we represent clients from throughout the U.S. and around the world, including residents of West Virginia, western Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Atlanta, Delaware, eastern Ohio, Allegheny County, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Asia, China, Australia, Africa, the Middle East, Central America, and South America. (NY, PA, NJ, DE, OH, UK, and worldwide)