Thomas Moseley Immigration Attorney

Tom Mosley Immigration Attorney

Immigration Criminal Defense Attorney

A Strong Legal Advocate

New York Immigration and Naturalization Lawyer

If you or a loved one is concerned about immigration issues, it is important to discuss your legal options with a dedicated, successful and experienced immigration attorney. Our firm provides legal services in Newark, New Jersey, and Greater New York for cases in federal court withimmigration, litigation and removal defense.

From issues involving citizenship, naturalization or deportation and removal defense, we have helped thousands of individuals and their families with federal immigration matters. We provide legal assistance with permanent residency green cards whether you received them through family, employment or asylum.

Newark, NJ Deportation and Criminal Defense Attorney

If you have a concern about deportation, we will provide energetic, quality, resourceful legal services for immigration cases in your criminal deportation defense. It is important to know that even a conviction for a minor offense can result in deportation. Immigration law may view a disposition of a criminal case as a conviction for a deportable offense even if the disposition is not considered a conviction under state law.

You need an experienced, highly skilled immigration attorney who is familiar with how criminal charges and convictions relate to immigration law. The facts of each case are unique, and you need immediate legal counsel on how criminal charges would potentially affect your deportation status.

The First Step

Call us at 973-622-8176 to schedule an appointment to discuss your immigration, naturalization and criminal concerns at no charge. We will review the facts of your case and your options under the law, and answer any questions you may have. We look forward to assisting you. A hallmark of our practice is to provide the individual attention and personalized service that you deserve.

Delays and legal issues may arise regarding any visa, and we know how the process can seem, even become, unnecessarily complex. For any type of visa, green card or other immigration matter, we understand how to properly handle the paperwork and can effectively negotiate, settle or litigate potential issues that may arise.

Contact Our Firm

If you have questions regarding immigration, naturalization or green cards, contact us for a consultation. We will review your case and your options with their respective benefits and drawbacks, and we will discuss in detail any alternatives in the American legal process that you may have.

Our Practice Areas:

  • Advise Criminal Defense Attorneys on Immigration
  • Criminal Conviction Deportation Defense
  • Appellate Deportation Defense
  • Immigration Tax and Securities Fraud, Sexual Abuse
  • Immigration for Religious Workers
  • Domestic Violence and Immigration
  • Complex Naturalization and Nationality Criminal Questions
  • Administrative and Federal Court Challenges
  • Employer Sanction Investigations


Recent News:

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Office Information

Thomas E. Moseley
Maria Goetschalckx
1 Gateway Center, Suite 2600
Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: 973-622-8176
Fax: 973-645-9493

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