The Benari Law Firm (www.benarilaw.com) is the premier Criminal Defense Litigation firm in the greater Philadelphia region. We've represented clients in every single court throughout Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Montgomery, Bucks, Camden and Burlington Counties. Our Philadelphia Criminal Defense Team has successfully represented clients charged with crimes in both State and Federal Courts. Our defense model leaves no stone unturned. Defending you in court requires a variation of skills. We need to know when to play nice to get you a deal, and when and how to fight for your rights through trial and appeal if we need to. You can trust that you're in good hands when you come into our office. Call us today and schedule your free consultation with our team leader.
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The USCIS will be extending employment eligibility for certain nonimmigrants in valid H-4 status. H-4 Visas are issued to dependent spouses of H-1B Nonimmigrants.
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Can one file a Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative from outside the United States?
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