Kat (Katya) Shnayder, Esq.
KZ Law Offices is an immigration law office conveniently located in Natick, Massachusetts directly next to Commuter Rail. This firm offers an extensive variety of legal services in the area of immigration law, including employment-based and family-based immigration, temporary tourist and business visas (and extensions thereof), citizenship and naturalization, and more.
Massachusetts immigration attorney and sole proprietor of KZ Law Offices, Kat Shnayder applies the highest standards to every case and passionately help clients overcome the challenges of immigration transactions and disputes. Attorney Shnayder promises to build strong attorney-client relationships based on trust, understanding, and support, promptly respond to any questions and concerns, and maintain open communication with her clients throughout the entire legal representation.
Bilingual attorney Shnayder can assist and explain immigration law to clients in both Russian and English. Additionally, she can accompany her clients to the asylum, green card or citizenship interviews. KZ Law Offices assists clients in a wide range of matters, including:
Whether you are looking to visit the United States for pleasure, business, would like to extend your stay a bit longer or change your status while remaining in the U.S., attorney Shnayder can assist you with the preparation and completion of the required forms and communicate with the USCIS regarding the status of your application.
If you are an employer looking to hire a foreign national, attorney Shnayder can assist you with the preparation and filing of required documents for temporary work visas (such as H1-B, H2-B, L1, O. P1, or R1, including filing of the Labor Certificate Application with the United States Department of Labor).
Attorney Shnayder can also prepare and file required documents for the family-based immigrant visas or Adjustment of Status Applications through marriage, family relations, or employment-based immigrant visas through job offers from U.S. employers.
Citizenship and Naturalization
Whether you are seeking help with filing out the required documents to become a United States citizen or want an attorney to accompany you to the citizenship interview, attorney Shnayder is here to assist you every step of the way. Under certain circumstances, you may be eligible to have an interpreter present during your citizenship interview. If that is the case, Massachusetts immigration attorney Shnayder will be able assist you with obtaining an approval to have an interpreter present.
If you came to the U.S. seeking protection because you have suffered or fear you will suffer persecution in your home country due to race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion, immigration attorney Shnayder can help you determine whether you have a valid asylum claim. She can help you gather all required documents, apply for asylum and accompany you to an asylum interview with a USCIS officer.
The Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) and Lawful Permanent Residents Program provides administrative relief from deportation by authorizing non-U.S. citizens to obtain work permit and remain in the U.S. for a temporary period of time. If you are the parent of a U.S. citizen/lawful permanent resident who has continuously lived in the U.S. since January 1, 2010, you may be eligible for the DAPA program. Boston immigration attorney Shnayder can help determine your eligibility.
The Expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) provides administrative relief from deportation and authorizes a non-U.S. citizen to obtain a work permit. They can then remain in the U.S. for a temporary period of time. If you came to the U.S. before your sixteenth birthday and have continuously lived in the U.S. since January 1, 2010, you may be eligible for the DACA program. Attorney Shnayder can help you determine your eligibility.
If you find yourself in Immigration Court or in detention center, attorney Shnayder is available to represent you before the judge during your bond or other hearings.
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