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Susan Beth Henner

Susan Beth Henner

Susan B. Henner, Attorney at Law, PLLC
  • Immigration Law
  • New York
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Summary

Susan Henner has been practicing immigration law for over 20 years. A 1994 graduate of New York Law School, Susan is the co-chair of the Westchester County Bar Association, Immigration Committee and an Adjunct Professor at New York Law School. Susan assists employers to obtain green cards and visas for clients, and also practices in the areas of removal & deportation. Her areas of practice include: PERM, H-1B visas, O-1, EB-1s, political asylum, cancellation of removal, waivers, and deportation defense. Conveniently located in White Plains, Susan Henner offers free consultations and speaks Spanish.

Practice Area
    Immigration Law
    Asylum, Citizenship, Deportation Defense, Family Visas, Green Cards, Immigration Appeals, Investment Visas, Marriage & Fiance Visas, Student Visas, Visitor Visas, Work Visas
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Flat rate fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
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Languages
  • Spanish
Professional Experience
Adjunct Professor
New York Law School
- Current
Adjunct Professor in the Safe Passage Immigration Law Program
Owner/Attorney
Susan B. Henner, Attorney at Law, PLLC
- Current
Owner of immigration law firm located in White Plains, New York, Westchester County.
Associate
Hirson, Wexler, Perl & Stark
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Senior Associate at immigration law firm in New York City. Responsible for H-1B visas and green card petitions for large corporate clients.
Associate
Wilens & Baker, PC
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Associate Attorney in large immigration firm located in New York City. Supervised corporate immigration department. Represented aliens in immigration court during removal proceedings. Filed applications for political asylum, Suspension of Deportation, Cancellation of Removal, etc. Represented family-based immigrants during immigration process.
Associate
Fragomen, Del Rey & Bernsen
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Represented corporate clients in Washington DC office of major immigration law firm.
Education
New York Law School
J.D. (1994) | Moot Court Honor Society. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, Winner Third Best Brief Award. International Law Society.
Honors: Lung-chu Chen Award for Excellence in the Field of Human Rights; Moor Court Honor Society; Dean's List.
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S.U.N.Y. Albany
B.A. (1991) | Political Science Major. History/Spanish Minor.
Honors: Dean's List; Secretary, Class of 1991 (2 years); Purple and Gold Community Service Honor Society; Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority, Assistant Vice President.
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Awards
Forty Under Forty
Business Council of Westchester
Professional Associations
Westchester County Bar Association
Co-Chair, Immigration & Naturalization Committee
- Current
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Business Council of Westchester
Member
- Current
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
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New York State Bar  # 2801405
Member
- Current
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Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
8 Questions Answered

Q. I would like to know , how long its takes to come back in the us after being deported? thanks.
A: It depends on the reason for deportation. Different crimes or reasons for removal will subject the deportee to different time periods they must remain outside the country. Some drug convictions, for example, may mean that the deportee may never be permitted to return to the US. Other crimes may invoke a twenty year bar or a ten year bar depending on the reason for deportation.
Q. My husband has been here illigaly for over 20 years and works every day I am a US citizen how do I help him
A: It depends how he came to the United States. You can sponsor your husband if he either came with a visa, or if he had filed (or someone filed on his behalf) a petition prior to April 30, 2001. Otherwise, you should discusss the case with a qualified immigration lawyer to see any other options he may have. You can contact our office at 914-358-5200.
Q. I'm married permanent resident for 4 years now. Is my brother (not married) eligible for family unity program?
A: In order to sponsor your brother you would need to be a US citizen. Sponsorship of a sibling takes many many years; in some cases 12 to 15 years.
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Contact & Map
Office
34 South Broadway, Suite 218
White Plains, NY 10601
Telephone: (914) 358-5200
Fax: (914) 358-5203