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About Steven D Heller
Steven D. Heller is an immigration attorney and director of Heller Immigration Law, Ltd., a United Kingdom-based U.S. immigration law firm founded in 2008. He is also of counsel to Chavin Immigration Law Office in London. Heller, who has been practicing U.S. immigration law since 1992, splits his time between the United Kingdom and New York.
At his firm, Heller, manages all aspects of the practice and maintains knowledge of U.S. immigration law, particularly with regards to waivers of inadmissibility, treaty traders, investors, small businesses, families, adoptions and individuals of extraordinary ability. Heller advises individuals, corporations and local solicitors on immigration and naturalization matters.
Heller worked for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and its predecessor, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, from 1994 to 2008 in Washington, D.C., London, New York and New Jersey. For INS, he served as an asylum officer and as a supervising asylum officer. For USCIS, he served as a headquarters officer in Washington and overseas adjudication specialist in London.
In addition to his government service, Heller has worked as an attorney for private firms in the U.S. and U.K.
Heller has published articles in various journals and is the co-author of “U.S. Citizenship for Dummies.” He has served in various capacities for the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Heller has a bachelor’s degree in English from Binghamton University and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked as a reporter. He has been a finalist for his stand-up comedy in a New York lawyer humor contest and is frequently quoted in media as an expert in U.S. immigration law.
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