The Path to Citizenship Starts with F&D

Some of Our Practice Areas

Our expert team of attorneys are here to guide you through your various immigration needs from start to finish.


F&D works hard to advocate for clients seeking asylum, who have been detained, or are facing deportation.

Family Petitions

Our attorneys and legal staff will help guide you through the family application, petition, or request process.

Victim Cases & Self Petitions

We assist immigrant victims of abuse and violence in independently obtaining lawful permanent resident status so that they may find relief.

Why Choose F&D for Your Immigration Needs?

There are many benefits to choosing F&D for your immigration needs.


F&D has helped keep and protect immigrants we represent here for over 28 years.

We’ll offer you an honest opinion and evaluation without wasting your time and money.


We offer 0% financing for attorney’s fees on a case by case basis

You may be eligible to receive a discount. Contact F&D to discuss further.

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F&D is proud to offer our clients a creative, cost-effective, and hands-on approach to their legal needs.
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Reynold Finnegan, Esq.

Known for his zealous advocacy in legal representation, Mr. Finnegan has now represented well over 2,000 immigration clients in all aspects of immigration law for nearly 30 years.

Earning a reputation as the Immigration Attorney with a big heart, friendly approach, and razor-sharp legal mind, Mr. Finnegan has quickly become one of the most well-known and respected attorneys at the Immigration Court and U.S. immigration offices.

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Recent articles

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September 19, 2023

When Is an Asylum Seeker Eligible for a Work Permit?

Asylum seekers, under a law established in 1996, have to wait almost six months before they can apply for work. The idea at the time of the law’s passage was…
DACA DreamersblogImmigration
September 14, 2023

Texas Federal Judge Once Again Blocks DACA program, but current Dreamers remain in Legal Status

Washington, DC - Leaders from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) shared the following statement regarding the latest ruling by Texas federal judge Andrew Hanen against the Deferred Action for Childhood…
July 1, 2023

Cato Institute Report Details How Few Legal Pathways Exist for Lawful US Immigration

Rey's Blog  - New Releases July 1, 2023 The recently released Cato Institute Report detailing how few legal pathways exist for lawful USA immigration. Why don’t immigrants just ‘get in…

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