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Harlan York & Associates lawyers work throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and beyond.

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Es español su lengua materna?

Es español su lengua materna? Harlan York habla español con fluidez, y se comunica en un lenguaje sencillo para que siempre va a entender exactamente lo que está sucediendo con su caso.

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TEST Other attorneys listen to what we have to say.

TEST Other attorneys listen to what we have to say. Harlan York & Associates lectures frequently before audiences of attorneys, judges, prosecutors, and on behalf of many legal organizations.  Mr. York speaks regularly on both English and Spanish Language Television as a national expert in Immigration Law.

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Adriana, Cliente

“Ellos son el tipo de abogados con quienes te puedes comunicar en cualquier momento por correo electrónico, teléfono o mensaje de texto. Cada vez que tenía una pregunta,  les enviaba un e-mail y en el mismo día obtenía la respuesta!”  

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Other attorneys listen to what we have to say

Other attorneys listen to what we have to say. Harlan York & Associates lectures frequently before audiences of attorneys, judges, prosecutors, and on behalf of many legal organizations.  Mr. York speaks regularly on both English and Spanish Language Television as a national expert in Immigration Law.

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handle all immigration matters

We handle all immigration matters, particularly Deportation and Detention, Federal Appeals, Visa Petitions, Permanent Residence Applications, Citizenship, Employment and Family Based Immigration, as well as all Applications for Victims of Violence.

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Is Spanish your first language?

Is Spanish your first language?  Harlan York speaks Spanish fluently, and communicates in plain language so you will always understand exactly what is happening with your case.

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U.S. Government

The U.S. government has forecast a shortage of 20 million workers by 2026 prompting many parties to call for a relaxation of the US immigration laws in order to meet the labor demand.

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Business Week

From programmers in Silicon Alley to restaurant bus boys in Bethesda, MD and nurses in New York, immigrants are filling jobs that otherwise might go begging.

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Adriana, Client

“They are the kind of lawyers that you can reach anytime. Every time I had a question, I would send them an e-mail and on the same day I would have an answer!”

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