• 26 Court Street, Suite 701, Brooklyn, NY 11242
  • (855) 768-8845
  • info@311immigration.com

New York Immigration Attorneys - Keeping Families Together & Assisting Individuals, Professionals, Skilled Workers And Business People To Immigrate

The Law Offices of Figeroux & Associates is a full-service firm with over 20 years of law experience that has helped more than 10,000-plus clients. The firm was created by Civil Rights attorney Brian Figeroux and concentrated initially on Criminal Defense, Family/ Divorce Law and Police Misconduct Issues, soon expanded our practice to United States Immigration Law, a world-class focus on Personal Injury, Tax Relief and Bankruptcy Law.

Figeroux & Associates is incredibly culturally diverse, with roots from all over the globe and speaking a multitude of languages, including Spanish, Creole, French, Korean, Russian, Chinese, Punjabi and Urdu. 

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Ask the Lawyer with Brian Figeroux, Esq. You have questions, we have answers, on Immigration & Matrimonial Law, Wills, Estate & Trusts, Civil Rights, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Taxation, Landlord & Tenant, Workers Compensation, Social Security Disability, and Real Estate Transactions. We bring you the latest updates on the law and community issues.

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If you are stopped by police officers, immigration agents or other public authorities, you have rights. It does not matter if you entered the country by crossing the Mexican border, if you are an overstay, Green Card holder or citizen, as long as you are within the borders of the United States, you have rights. Know them. Use them.


Info & Hours

Address: 26 Court St, Suite # 701, Brooklyn, NY 11242
Email: info@311immigration.com
Tel: 1-855-768-8845
Hours: Mon. – Sat. (9:00am to 5:00pm) | Sun. (Closed)


By train: 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall or A, C & F to Jay Street/Metro Tech.
By bus: Take the Downtown bound B25, B26, B37, B41, B45 or B52 to Court Street.