Law Office of Oscar Abraham Jaeger

729 Kathleen PlaceBrooklyn, NY 11235- 5163

Updated: 11/15/2017

Overview

The majority of my clients are immigrants from the former Soviet Union and the Caribbean. The two main types of cases I handle are 1) family-based cases, where one member of a family sponsors another family member and 2) naturalization cases, where a client has a green card and is applying for citizenship. I have also handled numerous political asylum cases, with uniformly successful outcomes. However, at this time I am available in such cases only for consultations, and will refer the...

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Practice Areas

  • Immigration & Naturalization Law 100%

Honors

  • Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, N.Y. Graduated 2nd in Class of 1250 Students, 1962 - 1966
  • Winner, Pulitzer Free Scholarship to Columbia College, N.Y., N.Y., 1966 - 1977
  • Wrote "Up Slit's Krieg" (unpublished B.A. thesis), a critique of the psychiatric ideology of insanity, focusing on Hannah Green's autobiographical novel I Never Promised You A Rose Garden, 1975 - 1977

Published Works

  • "A Study of Cardozo's Performance On 1983 NY Bar," a statistical analysis of the performance of all Cardozo graduates of the Class of 1983 who took the July 1983 NY Bar Exam, by bar review course taken and law school performance level achieved, Cardozo Law Forum, May 1, 1984

References

  • Prospective clients are invited to contact my established clients to discuss my handling of past cases.

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Office Information

Address

729 Kathleen PlaceBrooklyn, NY 11235- 5163

Office Hours

Sundays through Thursdays, noon to 6:00 p.m.

Fax

  • (718) 615-0393

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