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New York Immigration Lawyer Announces New Location, Provides K1 Fianc

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 10, 2008

New York New York Immigration Lawyer Valentini Law Offices, PLLC is pleased to announce its new location in downtown Manhattan. The office is conveniently situated within walking distance from twelve major subway lines and is also near the Staten Island Ferry, making it even more accessible to residents of all five boroughs. Additionally, the new office boasts easy access to the PATH train so clients can easily travel to and from New Jersey.

Valentini Law Offices, PLLC continues to offer services in both family and employment based immigration matters including K-1 Fiancé visas, Adjustment of Status, K-3 Spousal visas, H-1B visas, Asylum, O-1 Extraordinary Ability visas and green cards.

A factor that sets Valentini Law Offices, PLLC apart from other law firms is its personal and undivided attention to clients. Valentini Law Offices enjoys helping clients fulfill dreams of a better life in the United States. It is Valentini Law Offices’ belief that clients deserve the most professional, respectful, and attentive treatment. This is why all current and prospective client phone calls and emails are always returned promptly. Valentini Law Offices is unfailingly patient and calm with clients because we understand that their stories might be quite complicated and that they might have a hard time expressing themselves in English. To serve clients better, Valentini Law Offices staff speaks Polish, Italian, French, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Farsi, and Japanese.

Since immigration law falls under federal jurisdiction, Valentini Law Offices proudly serves clients in all 50 states. It also welcomes calls and emails and is happy to answer questions about its website New York Immigration Lawyer or services including those of K-1 Fiancé visas.

The information contained here and on our website at http://valentinilawoffices.com is provided for informational purposes only, and is not to be construed as legal advice.

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My fiance got a DUI. BAC (Blood test) was .13 (almost twice the legal limit in California)…?

Question by Laura G: My fiance got a DUI. BAC (Blood test) was .13 (almost twice the legal limit in California)…?
He has a Class A, B and C license. His JOB depends on him winning his case against DMV and against the county. This is his first offense. What are the chances that it will be dismissed by DMV AND by the county, or wind up with an acquittal.
Also, if we cannot get the charges dropped completely, what are the chances of getting it reduced to a “Wet and reckless” and what kind of penalties are included with that charge? Would he still be able to keep his drivers license? We DO have a DUI lawyer. Please be as informative as possible when answering this question! Thanks!

Best answer:

Answer by Grin Reeper
in Pennsylvania he would be SCREWED.

Cant say anything about california sorry

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7 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 27, 2010 at 12:12 pm

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