We represent our clients in state and federal courts as well as in the arbitration proceedings.
We provide counsel services with new and existing business purchases, corporation or LLC formation as well as sale and purchase of real estate.
Competent representation in the immigration proceedings oftentimes means an approval of legal status in the United States. We helped clients with asylum, waivers of inadmissibility and employment -based immigration issues.
Trusts & Estates
Help people with will drafting, estate and trust planning as well as representation in probate proceedings.
Gill & Kadochnikov, P.C. is a small New York City law firm located in Kew Gardens, Queens. We serve clients in the greater New York and New Jersey areas. We focus our practice in the areas of commercial litigation, immigration, trusts & estates, and business-related transactional matters.
One way to get permanent citizenship in the U.S. is through a green card earned through employment. The process can be complicated, however, and it involves commitment by the employee as well as the employer. The job must be a full-time and permanent position. The term “permanent” means that the employer expects that the green Read more about How To Earn A Green Card Through Employment[…]
The naturalization test is a required part of becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, but many misconceptions exist as to what it involves. Let us try to clear up a few of these misconceptions on your way to naturalization. Steps to Naturalization One of the first steps for naturalization is to prepare your Form N-400 Application Read more about What Do I Need To Know About The U.S. Naturalization Test?[…]
Many foreign nationals come to the United States for purposes of employment. It can be for temporary purposes but can also lead to issuance of a green card or permanent U.S. residency. However, a work visa can mean many different things, and for that reason, several different types of work visas exist. What types are Read more about What Is The Difference Between Immigrant And Nonimmigrant Work Visas?[…]