Because the U.S. immigration system is complicated, our clients trust and rely on our experienced immigration attorneys to assist them with life-changing matters. We offer collaborative services related to immigration law, such as family law, corporate law and employment law. In addition, we represent a wide range of clients, including but not limited to individuals, families, small and large businesses, small and large local and multinational companies and corporations, colleges and universities, municipalities, and governmental agencies.

Bilingual in Spanish and Farsi, our dedicated immigration team takes pride in finding solutions. We are committed to helping clients understand their rights and responsibilities under U.S. immigration law. We listen to gain a better understanding of the important details involved in each immigration case. Knowing that each client has unique circumstances, our key strength is exhausting every avenue to uncover the solution that will best benefit our clients.

We offer comprehensive services ranging from the preparation and filing of immigration documents to representing clients in court proceedings and before immigration authorities. Whether you are looking to live, work, or study in the United States, seeking protection from persecution, or facing challenges related to your immigration status, our experienced attorneys are here to provide tailored legal solutions to meet your needs.

  • Non-immigrant visas/statuses:
    • B-1 and B-2
    • E-1 and E-2
    • F-1
    • H visas (H-1b, H-2b, H-3, H-4)
    • J visas and related waivers
    • K-1 and K-3
    • L-1
    • M-1
    • O-1
    • P-1
  • Immigrant visa/status, including but not limited to:
    • Adjustment of Status (AOS) or Consular Processing (Visa processing)
    • Employment-Based Immigration:
      • EB-1 Alien of Extraordinary Ability
      • EB-1 Multinational Managers and Executives
      • EB-1 Outstanding Researchers and Professors
      • EB-2 Advanced Degree Professionals
      • EB-2 Applicants with Exceptional Ability
      • EB-2 Through National Interest Waiver (NIW)
      • EB-3 Professionals
      • EB-3 Skilled Workers
      • EB-3 Other Workers
      • EB-4 Religious Workers
      • EB-4 Special Immigrants
      • EB-4 Special Immigrant Juveniles (unaccompanied minors)
      • EB-5 Immigrant Investors (with or without utilizing regional centers)
    • Family-Based Immigration:
      • Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens
      • Family members of the U.S. residents (green card holders)
      • Sons and daughters of U.S. citizens (ages 21+)
      • Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. residents (ages 21+)
      • Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens
  • Representation of Clients in Removal Proceedings:
    • Cancellation of removal proceedings
    • Relief based on Violence Against Women Act (WAVA) (inside and outside the Immigration Court)
    • Asylum, withholding of removal, and relief based on the Convention Against Torture (CAT relief)
  • Appeals of various types
  • Waivers of inadmissibility
  • Consular processing (visa processing)
  • Naturalization
  • Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA)
  • Federal court proceedings
    • Petitions for Mandamus
    • Petitions for Habeas Corpus

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Understanding the complexities of U.S. immigration law can be overwhelming. With laws that change frequently and vary from country to country, having knowledgeable legal counsel is crucial. Our attorneys stay up-to-date with the latest developments in immigration policy and legislation to provide our clients with the most current and effective legal advice available. If you or someone you know needs assistance with immigration matters, contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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