Justin Fappiano

Attorney Fappiano is the first person I turn to any time I have an immigration question. He has the knowledge and experience to provide excellent advice. I frequently refer my clients with immigration issues to him. I think very highly of the services he provides and I whole heartily endorse him.

Peter Billings, Attorney in New Britain, CT

Immigration Law

I represent individuals, families and employers seeking benefits from USCIS, and individuals in immigration court proceedings. I also handle all types of immigration appeals.

I am admitted to practice law in the following jurisdictions:

  • New York
  • Connecticut
  • US District Court for Connecticut
  • US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

About Me

Born in New Haven. Developed an affinity for foreign languages during homestay experiences in Guatemala and Japan. My career has given me an appreciation for the role immigration has always played in making the United States one of the best countries on earth.

I am a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and currently chair the Connecticut Chapter’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Liaison Committee. AILA members from out of state are welcome to contact me with Hartford ICE-ERO questions.

For the past four years, I have acted as a supervisory pro bono attorney for the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) and I am on the Board of Friends of New Haven Legal Assistance Association, Inc.

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Get in touch

My contact information is below. Please contact me using whichever method is the most convenient.

  • J. Fappiano Law Office, LLC
    27 Elm Street
    New Haven, CT 06510
  • Phone: (203) 506-2022
  • Fax: (203) 773-3181
  • Email: justin@jfapp.com
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