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About the Firm

We help companies and individuals with global mobility, immigration, economic sanctions, and IP (intellectual property). Attorney Heidi Meyers has more than 28 years of experience in immigration law, since 1995. We have also recently added economic sanctions and IP to our practice, to better help our clients in this rapidly changing security, regulatory, and business environment. We help immigrants, their businesses, their employers, and their family members with complex immigration issues in an all-enforcement all the time environment. We can fight for you in federal court, as Ms. Meyers is admitted in the Southern District of NY, Eastern District of New York, District of D.C., the Second Circuit, Third Circuit, and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals, as well as New York State. Our expertise in immigration law includes federal court litigation, business immigration, deportation and removal, inadmissibility and waivers, family immigration (petition for writ of mandamus, APA actions), temporary visas, naturalization, and denaturalization, and USMCA (TN). Extensive experience in H-1Bs (temporary professionals), L-1As (managerial or executive transferees), L-1Bs (specialized knowledge workers), E-2 (treaty investors), E-1 (treaty traders), F-1 (students), PERM labor certification, National Interest Waivers, Aliens of Extraordinary Ability, as well as deportation and removal issues, asylum, waivers of all kinds, federal court litigation.

We speak Spanish, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Dari, Pashtu, and Italian, and welcome people of all religions and walks of life.

Our office values our clients’ confidentiality and privacy, and our law office does not allow Work From Home (WFH). Our employees perform all office work on our law firm computers and devices, and no personal devices are allowed. Employees are prohibited from downloading or copying client information onto personal devices or using their personal phones to conduct law firm work. In-person appointments in the office to discuss your case confidentially with the attorney or bring documents are always available.


Law Office of Heidi J Meyers
11 Broadway Suite 925
New York NY 10004

Our office is conveniently located at 11 Broadway, New York NY 10004 in lower Manhattan, by Battery Park, the Museum of the American Indian, and the Wall Street Bull. It is easily accessible to mass transit, including the 4 or 5 train to Bowling Green, the R or W to Whitehall Street, and the 2 or 3 to Wall Street, as well as the Staten Island Ferry. It is also within walking distance of the World Trade Center and PATH trains.

For further inquiries, please contact us at (646) 508- 5225,
(212) 791-4007 or [email protected]
We are open from Monday – Friday: 9 am to 4 pm (except national holidays), as well as Sundays by appointment only

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Immigration News and Updates

Work Permit Updates September 2020

Recently, there have been many issues regarding delays in work permits. Over the summer, USCIS accumulated a backlog of 75,000 cases in which the work authorization card was approved, but the physical card itself had not been produced. So many people were in the...

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Good News For Federal Appeals of Removal Orders

The U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door to appeals of removal orders involving denials of adjustment to permanent residency, cancellation of removal, removability for having committed certain crimes and other issues in removal proceedings. The US Supreme Court made...

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Rights of H-1B Workers

As an H-1B employee, you have rights. H-1B employers are heavily regulated under both US immigration law and US employment law. If you are an H-1B worker, and are being taken advantage of by your employer, do not despair! First, the H-1B employer is legally obligated...

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Immigration Consequences of Money Laundering

The grounds of inadmissibility, which include money laundering, apply to both foreign nationals outside the U.S. who are applying for a visa, as well as foreign nationals within the U.S. who are applying for adjustment to permanent residency. Not only that, but they...

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Drunk Driving (DUI or DWI) and Immigration

An arrest for DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) may have serious consequences for your immigration status, even if you are not convicted. If you are convicted of DUI or DWI, you may be barred from demonstrating good moral character...

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