John D. Perez, Newark immigration lawyer represents clients in employment and family based petitions, naturalization, consular practice and nonimmigrant visas based on corporate sponsorship

The Newark, New Jersey Immigration Lawyers of Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C.

President Obama announced that he is taking executive action on immigration and will extend deferred action to parents of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents ("DAPA").  In addition, the current DACA program ("Dreamers") will be expanded.  The programs are currently on hold due to an injunction issued by a federal court judge in Texas.  More information about the DAPA and expanded DACA programs should be available soon!

Deferred action is a discretionary benefit that applies to individuals who have never been in removal proceedings, are currently in removal proceedings, or who have previously been ordered removed/deported.  Deferred action allows for work authorization and other benefits.  

In addition, the provisional waiver program has been expanded.  The program currently only applies to spouses of U.S. Citizens or children (ages 18-20) of U.S. Citizens.  It has been expanded to now include spouses of lawful permanent residents and unmarried sons or daughters of U.S. Citizens (over 21).  The provisional waiver application (Form I-601A) serves to waive the applicant's unlawful presence so that he or she may return to their country of origin to complete consular processing without the inadmissibility bar being triggered (i.e., the applicant appears at an interview at a consular office abroad and upon being approved, returns to the United States with their immigrant visa.)

Our family of immigration attorneys is ready to help your family achieve its immigration dreams!  Call today!




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Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., based in the Ironbound section of Newark, New Jersey, provides legal services in all aspects of immigration law. The Attorneys at Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C. specialize in Deportation Defense (Immigration Court), Adjustment of Status cases, both family and employment-based, and Waivers of Inadmissibility. Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., also handles all matters related to:

  • U.S. Citizenship
  • Consular Processing
  • Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Appeals Office and Federal Courts
  • H-1B Petitions
  • Labor Certifications

The Attorneys at Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., regularly visit with individuals DETAINED in county, state and federal prisons in order to counsel them on their immigration status. The Attorneys at Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., have visited with DETAINED clients in:

  • Bergen County
  • Essex Countylike-us-on-facebook-logo-300x114
  • Hudson County
  • Morris County
  • Union County
  • Hunterdon County
  • Middlesex County
  • Camden County
  • Monmouth County
  • Queens County (NY)

If you have any questions or would like to make an inquiry regarding United States immigration laws and how they may affect you, the Attorneys at Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C. stand ready to assist you. The Firm's reputation for excellence has resulted from providing superior, cost-efficient immigration legal services to a broad base of clients. Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C. operates under the belief that every client is important, with reliability and communication being of the most importance.

Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., is centrally located in Newark, New Jersey and is just a few minutes from Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark Penn Station Train Terminal, bus services and major highways.

The staff at Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese.  All of Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C.'s attorneys are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Take Action To Protect Your Rights:

If you or a loved one has been detained by Immigration officials or has been placed in deportation proceedings, or if you would like to apply for Lawful Permanent Residency or U.S. Citizenship, please call Perez, Perez & Perez, P.C., today at


(973) 522-1222











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