Moses Apsan, Esq., emigrated from Brazil in 1955. He served as the President of the Federal Bar Association, New Jersey Chapter (1997-2002), a Coordinator of the Annual Immigration Seminar, and a member of The American Immigration Lawyers Association. He graduated New York Law School with a Juris Doctor, Cum Laude (with honors) degree and was an editor and published author for the Law Review. He is a 1966 graduate of Bronx High School of Science. He writes for jornal.us and The Brasilian has hosted a weekly Law Television Show, every Tuesdays at 8:45 p.m. on SIC International Television in Newark (Portuguese) for the last 15 years. He writes and publishes web sites on legal matters. His videos on immigration laws are widely viewed on youtube.com, vejatv.com and Google videos. He regularly lectures on the Trends of U.S. Immigration laws.
Our staff is multi-lingual, speaking Portuguese and Spanish.
Our website is a practical database of informative information about the U.S. immigration laws and procedures. The site clarifies many aspects of immigration laws, such as how to: obtain a temporary visa, become permanent residence - Green Card (through marriage, relatives, employment, investment, asylum and the green card lottery) and become an American citizen. For those in need of deportation defense our experienced deportation attorneys are ready to defend undocumented immigrants in Immigration Court. We have been extremely successful with the litany of deportation defenses and have succeeded with the new I601A waivers for those that entered illegally and married a U.S. citizen. Our offices are located in Astoria, New York and in Newark, NJ , however, we provide telephonic and video-conference consultation anywhere in the world.
“Mr. Apsan is the most well known attorney in the Brazilian community. He has faithfully, for more than 20 years, assisted untold numbers of Brazilian individuals and businesses to resolve immigration and business matters. His reputation in the community reaches the highest professional and ethical standards…” Dario Campos, Vice-Counsel, Brazilian Consulate