We can assist individuals in filing petitions to have their spouses, children, parents, or siblings admitted to the U.S. as permanent residents. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing individuals before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and various U.S. consulates.
- Immediate Relatives of U.S. Citizens – Spouses and Parents
- Adult Child (21 and over) of U.S. Citizens, Married or Unmarried
- Brother or Sister of U.S. Citizens
- Spouse or Unmarried Child of a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR)
- Fiancé / Fiancée of a U.S. Citizen
The area of employment-based immigration law is complex and can be very confusing. Our experienced attorneys can assist companies to obtain permanent immigration status for prospective employees or help with hiring foreign nationals on a temporary basis. We can also assist U.S. companies to implement I-9 compliance procedures in order to avoid costly fines.
- EB-1 – Individuals with extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers and professors who wish to work and reside in the U.S.
- EB-2 – Individuals who hold advanced degrees and individuals with exceptional ability that wish to work and reside in the U.S.
- EB-3 – Professional workers or skilled workers
- EB-4 – "Special Immigrants," such as those serving in the U.S. military or religious workers
- H-1B – Temporary Worker – Specialty Occupation
- H-2A / H-2B – Seasonal Worker
- L – Intracompany Transferee
Tourist Visas – Individuals who wish to visit the U.S. for a temporary period for pleasure or to receive medical treatments
Student Visas – Individuals who wish to attend an educational institution in the U.S.