Immigration Lawyer | Serving New London, CT
Connecticut Immigration Law Firm
111 Huntington Street
New London, CT 06357
With more than eighteen years of immigration law experience, the Harrington Law Firm LLC has been representing clients from around the world. We recognize that attaining legal immigration status in the United States is difficult . We are educated on all the immigration processes and are available to answer and assist with your specific immigration issues.
Located in New London, Connecticut, Attorney Nancy Harrington has experience representing clients, including professionals, large multi-national corporations, small businesses, medical and technical professionals, and those individuals who require immigration assistance for their families.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Harrington Law Firm offers a wide range of immigration legal services and pledges that every client receives unparalleled service and outcomes in a professional manner. In addition, our firm offers businesses of all sizes and all individuals with the resources necessary to provide efficient, cost-effective legal services as well as expertise in complex immigration matters, such as obtaining approvals for "difficult" or "impossible" cases.
Our office services clients from across the United States however a large number of our clients are from Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. Free Consultation to Spanish speaking clients if they bring an interpreter.
Call Harrington Law Firm, LLC today at 860-294-9033 to arrange your free initial consultation.
"Nancy was not only professional, organized, and knowledgeable, but she made my husband and I feel comfortable during the entire process."
"Nancy, thank you. You are the consummate professional. I spent 4 months attempting to accomplish this visa request through another attorney until I finally gave up. I am still in awe of your ability to accomplish this in such a timely manner." – J. H., Oxford Connecticut
"Nancy Harrington was a fantastic asset to my husband and I during his immigration process."