OUR JUST CAUSE
At Konare Law, we strive to Create the Future Today for our clients. We understand that finding good counsel and the right firm to work with can be challenging, similarly to those that arise in the courtroom. Armed with our extensive knowledge and experience, our love for immigration, and unique perspectives, we have created a Firm with the principal aimed to address the anxieties, insecurities, and fears of our clients with confidence and a thorough understanding of their circumstances.
HOW WE DO OUR WORK
We Create the Future Today for our clients by:
- Spending meaningful time with our clients to get to know them and their story.
- Performing the right assessments so we have a solid understanding of their case.
- Empowering our clients lives with useful information collected and created on their behalf.
- Creating an excellent work product with the information obtained.
- Providing superb customer service and support for our clients.
Ultimately, we obtain the right and just results for our clients by tackling and in most cases overcoming their anxieties, insecurities, and fears with competence, knowledge, and expectancy of what the future looks like today.
WHAT WE DO
Konare Law is a boutique law firm specializing in removal proceedings and cases from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of State (DOS) and Department of Labor (DOL). Our attorneys are well prepared to address the needs of our clients domestically and internationally. We offer excellent litigation skills, high quality work with an array of experience in Immigration and Nationality Act, and experienced counsel in removal and deportation proceedings.
The litigation department focuses primarily on removal, deportation and bond hearings before the Executive Office for Immigration Review throughout the United States.
The non-litigation department is equipped to handle all cases before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of State (DoS). Specifically, it provides full support to beneficiaries involved in the immigration process domestically and internationally.
The Employment division handles all employer-sponsored applications or petitions with the Department of Labor (DOL) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It also conducts internal immigration audits for clients and provides reports to employers to assess vulnerabilities and limit exposure prior to the government initiating investigations.
The appeals department is responsible for board of immigration appeals (bia) and petitions for review (pfr).
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