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The Angelova Law Firm

The Angelova Law Firm, LLC, was founded by attorney Aneliya M. Angelova. Attorney Angelova understands the difficulties many recent immigrants go through while they are in the process of obtaining an immigration benefit (green card, US Citizenship, etc.). In addition to immigration law, attorney Angelova handles family and criminal cases.

New Jersey Immigration Attorney

Immigration law is a fast-changing and complex area. Whether you would like to obtain a temporary non-immigrant visa, green card (through a family member, employer, investment, asylum, or the lottery), attorney Angelova will take the time to listen to your concern and address it in a timely fashion. The Angelova Law Firm is located at:

951 Route 73 N
Suite H
Marlton, NJ 08053.

Telephone: 609-271-3573

Fax: 609-257-4115

Email: angelovalawfirm@gmail.com

If you cannot come to our office, you can schedule your consultation via telephone or Skype. Call (609)-271-3573 to schedule your consultation today. Please visit our immigration law page for more information. Click here for immigration law.

We handle all immigration matters including but not limited to: green cards / adjustment of status (I-485) through marriage, adjustment of status (green card) through an immediate relative such as a parent, child, spouse; adjustment of status (green card) through a broher/sister; consular processing of immigrant visas for family members; fiance/fiancee visas (I-129); removal of Conditions on Residence (I-751 petition); Removal of Conditions on Residence with a request of the joint filing requirement; naturalization (N-400); derivative citizenship; hardship waivers (I-601 and I-601A); adjustment of status through employer (employment based green card); H1B visas; change of status applications (I-539); appeals of denied I-130 petitions; motions to reopen and motions to reconsider; removal/deportation defense; cancellation of removal for permanent residents; cancellation of removal for non-permanent residents; motions to reopen an in absentia order of removal; all immigration court motions

Family Law

In addition to immigration issues, Ms. Angelova handles family law issues, which are often related to immigration. Family law issues such as divorce, separation, child custody, and visitation are often accompanied with a great deal of emotion and stress. Our goal is to provide you with options, so you can decide what is best for your own family. Before founding Angelova Law, Ms. Angelova served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Richard F. Wells. In her position as a law clerk, attorney Angelova had an opportunity to gain substantial knowledge and experience in family law issues such as: divorce, pre-marital agreements, post-nuptial agreements, separation agreements, custody issues, modification of custody orders, establishment of child support orders, modification of child support orders, alimony, termination and modification of alimony, and domestic violence.

Criminal Law

It is very important to understand the immigration consequences of any criminal charges, convictions or arrests. Because Ms. Angelova would like her immigration clients to get the best representation possible, she finds it important to handle criminal cases, which could potentially have serious consequences on a client's immigration status. Many criminal lawyers who do not practice immigration law consult Ms. Angelova when it comes to the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction. The consequences can be very serious including but not limited to deportation and inadmissibility, revocation of green card status, etc.

If you are a permanent resident (a green card holder) and have been charged with a crime, even if it is a misdemeanor, you must consult with an immigration lawyer to make sure that your status in the United States won't be jeoperdized. It is imperative you consult with an immigration lawyer before you accept any plea deals.

We provide consultations:

  • In person
  • Via Skype
  • Via Telephone

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