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Providing immigration services to those seeking a visa, permanent residence, naturalization or are facing removal proceedings. 

Immigration law governs entrance of foreign nationals into the country for both temporary (non-immigrant) and permanent (immigrant) purposes.  It also governs the naturalization process of becoming a U.S. Citizen. 
US Immigration Laws

Enforcement of immigration laws usually involves unlawful entry, overstay of a visa, or the violation of a law which results in removal, or deportation, process. The U.S. has both immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas, the latter being mostly for employment and educational purposes.

We work with you to determine the best type visa for you
  • Asylum

  • All non-immigrant  visas, including:

  • H-1B (Temporary Worker),

  • E-1 and E-2 (Treaty Trader and Treaty Investor),

  • L-1A and L-1B (Intracompany Transferee),

  • R-1 (Religious Worker),

  • O-1 (Extraordinary Ability)

  • Schedule A occupations category (Exceptional Ability)

  • Mexican and Canadian TN (NAFTA) applications.

  • All Immigrant Visas (“Green Cards” )

  • Fiancé Petitions

  • Conditional Residence

  • Naturalization

  • Abused and Trafficked individuals

  • I-9 Compliance and employer matters

  • Removal proceedings

  • Change of status

  • Other types of visas