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Our immigration law firm is uniquely prepared and experienced and can handle all client matters in an efficient, cost-conscious manner. We have built our reputation on approaching all immigration-related questions and problems with understanding and personal commitment.
Effective immigration legal advice is based on each client's personal and professional situation. Among the many potential visa and green card options, generally a limited few apply to a given applicant's situation and goals.
Many potential immigrants feel more comfortable to work with an immigration team that guides them through the complexities of immigration law in their native language. You will be pleased with the firm's straightforward and unassuming manner to discuss all your immigration options and to answer all your questions with competence and personal concern for the outcome of your case.
When a U.S. citizen intends to marry a foreign person, but wishes to bring the fiancé/fiancée to the U.S. before marrying, he/she can petition for a K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa, which allows the foreign fiancé(e) to come to the U.S. to marry the U.S. citizen. If your situation falls under such circumstances, we can help you successfully to navigate the application process. Furthermore, we work hard to form a personal relationship with our clients as we work closely with them through each step of the process.
If you own a business in your home country, you can establish a U.S. affiliate company, and after it has been in operation for at least one year, you can apply for a green card in the EB-1 MultinationalExecutive and Manager green card category (Employment-based, first category). Likewise, if you are an executive or managerial employee of a multinational company, and are being transferred to an affiliate located in the U.S., you can apply for a green card in this EB-1 category.