The Law Office of David M. Sperling, founded in 1995, is the largest and most reputable provider of legal services to immigrants on Long Island, New York. We take pride in our zealous representation never resting or giving up — even in the most difficult cases.
Even though most of our clients are Hispanic, we represent immigrants from around the world in family-based and employment-based cases. Our cutting-edge technology enables us to handle your case, wherever in the world you might live, from start to finish.
Our attorneys and paralegals speak many languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, German, French and Indonesian. Our clients never have to speak to an attorney through an interpreter.
Most important, we CARE about your case. The vast majority of our clients are referred through word or mouth — satisfied clients recommending our services to their friends and family.
We are happiest when our clients win their cases, and we will never give up until we have achieved the best possible outcome.
We have four conveniently located offices on Long Island — in Hempstead, Huntington Station, Central Islip and Riverhead.
David Sperling has represented tens of thousands of individuals over the past 18 years.
Before becoming a lawyer and putting up his shingle in 1995, David M. Sperling was a foreign correspondent and then an editor for several prestigious newspapers including the Miami Herald and Newsday. He covered the civil wars engulfing Central America in the 1980s, learning Spanish “en la calle” — in the street — from his base in Costa Rica.
Since becoming an immigration lawyer, Mr. Sperling and his professional team have helped tens of thousands of immigrants obtain legal permanent status and citizenship.
Mr. Sperling is also known as a powerful advocate for immigrants through his written articles and expert commentary for the media and community organizations. He and his clients have appeared in the New York Times, CNN, Univision, Telemundo, Newsday and USA Today.
In 2015, Mr. Sperling was honored for his humanitarian efforts– including the David Sperling DREAM Foundation — by the National Organization of Puerto Rican and Latin American Social Workers. The Dream Foundation is a charitable organization that has awarded tens of thousands of dollars in grants to immigrant students.
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