Attorney Namita Agarwal is Member of Agarwal Law Offices, a law firm in Andover, MA. As a lawyer in Andover, Massachusetts, attorney Agarwal serves Essex County, as well as clients throughout Massachusetts.
Areas of Practice
Admitted to Practice Law
- Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
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- American Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Hispanic National Bar Association
- Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers
- Essex County Bar Association
- Greater Lowell Bar Association
Attorney Namita Agarwal practices in the area of Immigration and Naturalization, with particular attention to battered woman claims, political asylum cases, and family-based immigration petitions.
Having been raised in an immigrant household with parents from Punjab, India, Attorney Agarwal takes pride in her Indian roots as well as her American culture. She truly believes that the powerful immigration laws of the U.S. can positively affect the lives of many, as they have for her.
Prior Work/Internship Experience
- Lee Law Offices
- Law Clerk to Honorable Jay D. Blitzman of the Middlesex Division Juvenile Court
- AyerHoffman, LLP
- Massachusetts Correctional Legal Services
- Middlesex County District Attorney's Office - Child Abuse Unit
- American Civil Liberties Union Technology & Liberty Program
- Justice Brandeis Innocence Project
Agarwal Law Offices
3 Dundee Park, B10
Andover, Massachusetts 01810
Agarwal Law Offices is located in Essex County Massachusetts.
We deal exclusively with U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Immigration Court. USCIS Cases include obtaining Immigrant & Non-immigrant Visas and Citizenship Immigrant Visas/Greencards Family-based (I-130) Employment-based (EB 1-5) Special Immigrant Status (VAWA Self Petitioners) Nonimmigrant Visas Family-based (Fiancees) Employment-based (H1B, H2B, E1/E2) Special Immigrant Status (Victims of Crime) Visitor Visas (B1/B2) Waivers of Inadmissibility (I-601, I-212) Adjustment of Status / Consular Processing (I-485) Citizenship Petitions / Naturalization (N-400, N-600) Immigration Court Cases include acquiring relief from removal and deportation Withholding of Removal Political Asylum Special Immigrant Juvenile status cases Cancellation of Removal (LPR & non-LPR) Voluntary Departure Motions to Reopen or Reconsider Stay of Removal