Our team has expertise in handling all types of U.S. immigration cases and has a proven track record of success. The firm serves an extensive and diverse client base, and specializes in handling family immigration as well as naturalization casework on behalf of individual clients. We walk our clients through the entire process and file all the necessary paperwork.
Areas of Practice
Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Applications
Employment-Based Non-Immigrant Visa Applications
Lawful Permanent Resident Status (Green Cards)
Acquiring U.S. Citizenship and the Naturalization Process
E-2 Treaty Investor Visa
E-2 Treaty Investor Visa is a non-immigrant visa that enables individuals of a treaty country who have invested significant funds into the U.S. for purposes of setting up a business to come to the U.S. and direct their business.
H-1B Specialty Occupation Visa
The H-1B program allows companies in the United States to temporarily employ foreign workers in occupations that require the theoretical and practical application of a body of highly specialized knowledge and a bachelor’s degree or higher in the specific specialty, or its equivalent. Learn more about what you need to know after submitting an H-1B application to USCIS.
L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa
L-1 Intracompany Transferee Visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits a U.S. employer to transfer a manager or executive (L-1A), or an employee with specialized knowledge (L-1B), from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the U.S. The L-1 visa also enables a foreign company with no affiliated offices in the U.S. to send that transferee over to set one up.
O-1A Extraordinary Ability in Science, Education, Business, or Athletics Visa
The O-1A Extraordinary Ability Visa is a nonimmigrant visa that enables individuals with proven extraordinary ability or achievement in the sciences, education, business, or athletics, to temporarily come to the U.S. and engage in specialized work in their field for a U.S. Company or agent.
O-1B Extraordinary Ability in The Arts Visa
The O-1B Extraordinary Ability Visa is a nonimmigrant visa that enables individuals with proven extraordinary ability or achievement in the arts, or extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry, to temporarily come to the U.S. and engage in specialized work in their field for a U.S. Company or agent.
EB1-A is an immigration preference category for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. It can be one of the fastest methods for obtaining a U.S. Green Card.
EB1-C is an immigration preference category for the most proficient and skilled multinational managers and executives, who are intracompany transferees looking to continue their work permanently in the U.S. for the same company or affiliated entity in a managerial or executive capacity.
Introduction to corporation filing for registering and setting up a new business in the U.S.
Optional Practical Training (OPT)
Introduction to OPT for F-1 students to work in the U.S. to gain experience in their field of study.
USCIS Conducts Second Random Selection from Previously Submitted FY 2022 H-1B Cap Registrations
USCIS recently determined that it needed to select additional registrations to reach the FY 2022 numerical allocations. On July 28, USCIS selected previously submitted electronic registrations using a random selection process. The petition filing period based on registrations selected on July 28 will begin on Aug. 2 and close on Nov. 3. Individuals with selected registrations will have their myUSCIS accounts updated to include a selection notice, which includes details of when and where to file.
Filing Location Updates for Certain Forms I-131
On July 22, USCIS adjusted the addresses for certain applicants filing Form I-131, Application for Travel Document. USCIS has not changed any filing locations but have refined attention lines and ZIP codes to improve internal processes at its lockboxes.
Applicants for Change of Status to F-1 Student No Longer Need to Submit Subsequent Applications to ‘Bridge the Gap’
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced new policy guidance that eliminates the need for individuals who have applied for a change of status (COS) to F-1 student to apply to change or extend their nonimmigrant status while their initial F-1 COS application is pending.
Visa Bulletin Information
Unless otherwise indicated on USCIS' Adjustment of Status Filing Chart (left), individuals seeking to file applications for adjustment of status with USCIS must use the “Final Action Dates” charts on DOS' Visa Bulletin (right) for determining when they can file such applications.
When USCIS determines that there are more immigrant visas available for the fiscal year than there are known applicants for such visas, USCIS will state on its website that applicants may instead use the “Dates for Filing Visa Applications” charts on the DOS Visa Bulletin.