The Chary Law Firm, P.C.

Sid Chary


New York, NY


As a modern law firm, we are proud to have the knowledge to work through a case successfully, the experience to know how to handle hiccups along the way, and the technology to enhance things like communication with clients and the efficiency of handling all of our cases. As lawyers, our job is not only to understand and work with the law, but to act as a bridge between our clients and the legal system. We help you to work through the system and get the results you need.

When our clients choose to work with us, they know they’ll be working with a lawyer every step of the way, not a legal assistant. We value our clients, and we want to provide the best legal advice and professional service from an experienced, knowledgeable, and professional lawyer. It’s important to us to be available to answer questions, to take the next step as soon as it is beneficial to each case, and to make sure that our clients have a clear understanding of the law, their options, and how the choices we make can affect the outcome of the case. That is why Mr. Sid Chary and his team have put in place five core principles that drive the every aspect of the business:

1. Client Centered
2. Relationship Driven
3. Communication
4. Dependability
5. Professionalism


We provide immigration assistance for businesses, individuals, and investors. Immigration is a broad area of law that can affect many areas of life. Immigration is a global part of the law and has the potential to be a complex one. Whether your questions pertain to you, your family, your business, employees, or investments, you could be risking a lot. Working with a qualified attorney can help you gain the peace of mind that you are making the best decisions you can. Our services include:

  • Immigration for Temporary Workers
  • Immigration for Permanent Workers
  • Temporary Visitors for Business
  • Student and Exchange Visitors
  • Physician Immigration
  • Investment Immigration (EB-5)


  • J-1 Visa Waivers Qualifications
  • H-1B Visa Rules and Regulations
  • Potential Job Offers/Location of Employment
  • Employment Contract Negotiation
  • Roadmap to Permanent Residence