JBC LAW OFFICE
Most of my current caseload involves the representation of individuals in removal/deportation proceedings. I represent many clients that have been living in the United States for the majority of their life but have been convicted of, or are currently facing, criminal charges. My clients find themselves in immigration court for criminal charges ranging from minor traffic infractions to serious federal felonies involving drug trafficking, money laundering, and even attempted murder. However, many of my clients have no criminal records and are facing immigration issues based solely on the location of their birth.
I am extremely passionate about my work because I believe our Government should treat all people equally regardless of where they were born and that our laws should not be construed or enforced to result in the senseless separation or destruction of immigrant families. I was born and raised in New York City, a city built by immigrants, and one that proudly displays the 305 foot-tall Statue of Liberty welcoming immigrants in our harbor. So I fight hard for my clients in the hope that they may have an opportunity to pursue the same American dream through which so many earlier immigrants have prospered.
Joseph Caraccio is a graduate of New York Law School where he was the President of the New York Law School Chapter of the Federalist Society. Joseph is licensed to practice law in the State of New York, the District of Columbia, and the Department of Justice Executive Office of Immigration Review in any state in the US. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association and many local grassroots organizations advocating for immigrant rights and government reform. Prior to attending law school, Joseph lived in Mexico City where he studied Mexican Culture Studies and Conversational Spanish at Universidad Iberoamericana.
Joseph Caraccio has been practicing immigration law since 2012. his legal practice is focused on helping immigrants obtain legal status in the United States and defending those who face removal (deportation). Most of his current caseload involves the representation of individuals in removal/deportation proceedings.
Caraccio represents many clients that have been living in the United States for the majority of their life but have been convicted of, or are currently facing criminal charges. My clients find themselves in immigration court for criminal charges ranging from minor traffic infractions to serious federal felonies involving drug trafficking, money laundering, and even attempted murder. However, many of his clients have no criminal records and are facing immigration issues based solely on the location of their birth.
Mr. Caraccio represents many individuals seeking asylum in the US after fleeing countries where they were persecuted for their religion, race, political opinion, sexual orientation, or other reasons. These people have come to the US as refugees from countries guilty of atrocious human rights violations.
Much of the immigration work Mr. Caraccio handles is at the appellate level doing agency appeals and Federal Court appeals.
Mr. Caraccio volunteers providing legal assistance to unaccompanied minors in removal proceedings or being detained at the border. He tries to provide pro bono legal representation to children in these situations when possible. He also provides free US immigration law information and resources to immigrants and other immigration lawyers through online publications at www.nyimmigration.org
Mr. Caraccio was a judge at NYU’s National Immigration Law Competition (ILC) in 2018 and 2019. Super Lawyer 2017-2022.
JOSEPH B. CARACCIO
U.S. IMMIGRATION LAWYER
Green Card - Adjustment of Status
Immigrant Visa Petition
Non-Immigrant Visa Petition
U-Visa For Crime Victims
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
VAWA Self Petition (Domestic Abuse)
Immigrant Visa Waiver
601A Provisional Waiver
Non-Immigrant Visa Waiver
J Visa Waiver of Home Residency
Removal & Deportation Defense
Withholding of Removal
Convention Against Torture
Cancellation of Removal
Reopen Removal Order
Immigration Appeal Federal Court
Circuit Court Appeal