Mr. Raymond Lahoud

Mr. Raymond Lahoud

Baurkot & Baurkot: The Immigration Law & Deportation Defense Firm
  • Immigration Law, Appeals & Appellate
  • Board of Immigration Appeals, New York
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Raymond Lahoud is an immigration law and deportation defense attorney at Baurkot & Baurkot. He has represented thousands of clients in every aspect of immigration law, deportation defense, federal and state court appeals (post conviction relief appeals). Attorney Lahoud practices out of Baurkot & Baurkot's New York City (Manhattan), New York office.

Mr. Lahoud has earned a national reputation of defending those who have the toughest of cases, ensuring that each client is provided the most effective of representation that is modern and is not hindered when facing a difficult legal issue or burden to overcome.

Mr. Lahoud's own experience is reinforced by the more than seventy five years of combined legal experience offered at Baurkot & Baurkot.

Practice Areas
  • Immigration Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Free Consultation
    Free consultations are provided in person, in prison, in immigration custody, over the phone and, over a secured internet service.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Rates vary by the matter provided. Normally, Immigration Law matters are provided flat fees, while Deportation Matters are provided a "cap" amount and are billed from that point forward. Baurkot & Baurkot provides value based billing, so that all clients pay the price for the work provided.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Board of Immigration Appeals
New York
2nd Circuit
3rd Circuit
9th Circuit
Court of Federal Claims
Court of International Trade
The Immigration Courts: Executive Office for Immigration Review
US District Court for the Southern District of New York
United States Court for the Armed Forces
United States Tax Court
  • Arabic: Spoken, Written
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Attorney, Deportation Defense - New York City
Baurkot & Baurkot: The Immigration Law & Deportation Defense Firm
- Current
While at Baurkot & Baurkot, Immigration Attorney Raymond Lahoud has handled an extensive amount of immigration, appellate and deportation matters across the nation, with his focus on New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Attorney Lahoud has handled the toughest of deportation and immigration matters, ranging from your basic family petitions, to the grants of asylum, cancellation of removal, Board of Immigration Appeals and oral arguments, Petitions for Review before several federal circuit courts, bond hearings and, among other areas of practice, habeas petitions challenging the due process concerns of certain removal/deportation proceedings as well as the mandatory detention of immigrants for long periods of time, without the possibility of relief.
Incoming Associate
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Private Equity Director
Macquarie Group, Inc
Lehigh University
B.A. / English
Georgetown University Law Center
J.D. / Law
Professional Associations
American Immigration Lawyers Association
New York State Bar Assocation
New York County Lawyers Association
American Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
New York City Bar Association
National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild
American Civil Liberties Union - New York and Pennsylvania
Pro Bono Case - Outside Counsel
- Current
Activities: Provide pro bono, outside counsel assistance to immigration and deportation cases that the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is litigating.
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A Deportation Lawyer's Thoughts
Legal Answers
9 Questions Answered

Q. If I was molested in my home country numerous times when I was a kid, will the U.S. let me stay here after I graduate?
A: You may have an asylum/withholding/cat case - even a possible humanitarian asylum case. Please contact my office asap to discuss in more detail. -- Raymond Lahoud, New York Immigration & Deportation Attorney
Q. What does a legal resident have to do to stay outside the U.S. for more than 6 months?
A: There is a certain form that must be completed. Please contact my office to further discuss. The process is actually, quite simple. -- Raymond Lahoud, New York Immigration & Deportation Attorney
Q. Can a person who was deported from the U.S.A return legally?
A: Yes - there are ways to do this, but it requires the filing of several documents and, depending on how long the overstay was, he/she may have to show a certain hardship to secure a waiver of inadmissibility. Please contact my office in New York City (Manhattan) to discuss.
Q. I got arrested in Mt. Vernon, NY in June 2012 and charged with misorderly conduct. Can I still get naturalization?
A: Yes - it is very possible. Consult with an attorney, however, to review the conviction and get your application ready. Everything should be done correctly. Contact my office in Manhattan.
Q. I had an appointment today for an oath ceremony in Central Islip, but because of the hurricane, I couldn't make it
A: You are fine. The appointment will be rescheduled.
Q. I am going to file an N-400, application for citizenship. what is a court certified document
A: A court certified document is a disposition sheet or official copy of a document from the respective court. It normally has a raised seal or a raised stamp on it.
Q. Is a cancer patient eligible for a green card?
A: Where is the patient located? Is the person coming here from abroad or is the person already in the US? Also, on what basis do you intend on sponsoring the person?
Q. I need a work permit.I already filed my I-130 form and i want to know how long i can get a work permit
A: How did you file your I-130? As a spouse of a USC? Do you have an immediate visa number available? If so, you should have filed the I-130, jointly with the other forms, such as the I-765 (work authorization doc). If you do not have a visa number now available, then, you would not qualify for a work card.
Q. How long dose it take to file for my.13yr old who is in jamaica
A: It could be a short time period, if you are a US Citizen. If you are, he would be considered an immediate relative. an I-130 would have to be filed. I would contact an attorney, however, to ensure that all your documents are properly filed.
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Baurkot & Baurkot: Immigration and Nationality Law
205 South Seventh Street
Easton, PA 18042
Toll-Free: (888) 440-4872
Telephone: (484) 544-0022
Cell: (484) 544-0014
Fax: (201) 604-6791
Baurkot & Baurkot: The Immigration Law & Deportation Defense Firm
305 Broadway
Suite 402
New York City, NY 10007
Telephone: (212) 904-0285