Law Office of Mary K. Neal
Globally aware. Community focused.
Those are values that guide attorney Mary K. Neal in her work to assist residents of Rogers Park, West Ridge and greater Chicago.
Ms. Neal formed her community-based law practice with one goal in mind: to help her clients overcome life's obstacles to build a better future for their families here in the United States.
Do you lack the legal status you need to live, work and thrive in the U.S.? Are you wondering if and how your loved ones can legally come to the U.S? The Law Office of Mary K. Neal is available today to assist with such legal matters as permanent residency, citizenship, family-based sponsorships, visas, and more. Contact the office for a consultation to find out if there are legal steps you may be able to take now to call this country home for you and your family members.
Ms. Neal also accepts certain cases related to criminal records, short-term guardianship and Powers of Attorney.
Contact her today to set up an appointment. Evening and weekend appointments available by request. Regular office hours 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday
You can send a message by using the form or calling (773) 675-1992.
The office is located in the Bridgeview Bank Building at 4753 N. Broadway, near the corner of Lawrence and Broadway (see a map).
Contact Mary K. Neal today for a consultation.
Legal News and Deadlines
August 14, 2015 A judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia vacates the "STEM extension" program which has allowed foreign graduates of U.S. universities an additional 17 months of work authorization if they have a degree in science, technology, engineering or mathematics and are working in a related field. The judge allowed six months for the government to promulgate new rules, otherwise the program ends on February 12, 2016. Read the opinion here.
June 25, 2015 The Supreme Court of the United States in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges held that no State can deny any couple the right to marry because they are of the same sex. Read thefull decision by Justice Kennedy.
June 24, 2015 The United States government designated Temporary Protected Statusto Nepalis while their home country recovers from May's earthquake. Nepalis in the United States must register before December 21, 2015 to obtain TPS. www.uscis.gov/news/dhs-announces-temporary-protected-status-designation-nepal
February 16, 2015 A District Court Judge in Texas issued a preliminary injunctionwhich stops the Federal Government from granting "deferred action" to parents of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents under the DAPA program. This could delay the program start date while litigation continues.
Illinois NewsAs of November 12, 2013 immigrants without legal status may make appointment with the Secretary of State to apply for a Temporary Visitor Driver's License. You can make an appointment online.