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Founded in 1977, The Law Offices of Harry DeMell provides businesses, employees, and law firms with legal and consulting services in the areas of visa, immigration and nationality law.

Because we practice only immigration law, we have gained a reputation as a knowledgeable and experienced legal partner that responds quickly, provides quality work, and charges reasonable fees. We are large enough to provide our clients with the best resources available, yet small enough to be flexible and free of bureaucracy. We can handle a case from start to finish, or we can simply be your presence at an immigration office, a consulate, a court, or a government agency.

We speak your language: Spanish and Chinese and more
To get the best results and to keep our clients well informed, Harry DeMell works personally with each client. And because communication is so important in immigration law, we have built a staff that communicates in English, Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, German, French and Serbo-Croatian.

The firm maintains offices in New York City, Great Neck, New York, and has co-counsel in most U.S. and international cities.

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Immigration Law Judge Susan Brauwerman joins The Law Offices of Harry DeMell
Immigration Law Judge Susan Brauwerman joins The Law Offices of Harry DeMell

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