Law Firm of John J. Hykel - Immigration & Citizenship WELCOME Call For Consultation: (877) 405-0550 Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player. </object> </object> John J. Hykel, Attorney at Law, a former General Attorney, U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Service has been engaged in the practice of U.S. immigration and citizenship law since 1976. John Hykel is a hard working, conscientious attorney who has helped thousands of immigrants since he commence his career with the I.N.S. in 1976. If you need help with any type of immigration or citizenship matter please call, write or email the office to arrange for a consultation. The office is conveniently located in the heart of Center City, Philadelphia. The consultation can be in person or by telephone. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. Mr. Hykel, a Philadelphia immigration lawyer (practice is limited to immigration and citizenship matters) has expertise is in all areas of immigration and citizenship laws including: Permanent residence based upon job offer or high level educational credentials where no job offer is needed. Permanent residence base upon investment in a U.S. enterprise. Permanent residence based upon religious occupation. Permanent residence based upon marriage to a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident. Permanent residence based upon other family relationships including U.S. citizen or permanent resident mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter. Permanent residence based on Asylum or longer period of residence in the U.S.A. Temporary visas including temporary employment H-1B, specialty workers, H-1C1 nurses, H2A and H2B seasonal and temporary workers, H-3 trainees, L-1 intra company transferees, E-1, E-2 treaty investors and traders, NAFTA, F-1 student and B-1/2 visitor visa extensions and many more. Mr. Hykel has extensive experience with deportation, removal, federal appeals and employer sanction cases. Finally, Mr. Hykel has handled all types of citizenship cases including naturalization and children born abroad of U.S. citizen parents or parent. Practice Areas' Employment Based Immigration Family Based Immigration Exclusion, Deportation and Removal before the Immigration Court Naturalization and Citizenship Employer Sanctions before the Administrative Law Judge Federal Appeals including Petitions for Review, Petitions for Habeas Corpus, Petitions Mandamus and Appeals denied of Naturalization PLEASE CONTACT US FOR CONSTULTATION.
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