We are experienced in representing large, multinational companies in connection with the temporary employment of professionals and intra-company transfers, the periodic entry of business visitors, and the permanent employment of foreign workers; counseling U.S. employers on all aspects of employment eligibility and verification and related unlawful discrimination practices; representing foreign entrepreneurs and investors in connection with business expansion to the U.S.; representing foreign entertainers, physicians, and other professionals entering the U.S. to pursue professional careers; representing foreign corporations expanding to the U.S.; advising individual foreign nationals with respect to a wide range of immigration issues, including family-based immigration sponsorship; preparing and filing U.S. immigration applications including asylum applications; and applications for all types of P, F, V, and K visas. We also assist clients with consular visa processing, as well as litigation of immigration matters at the administrative hearing and federal district court levels.
“Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”
Family-based Immigration Matters: Preparing and filing applications for lawful permanent resident status (green cards); fiancé petitions; petitions for naturalization and other U.S. citizenship applications; re-entry permits for green card holders who must depart the United States for one year or more; obtaining temporary employment authorization and advance parole (travel documents) for applicants pending green card status; applications for visa lottery program; petitions for reinstatement of green card status for those challenged to have abandoned lawful permanent resident status in the United States; and assisting applicants in obtaining visas to enter the United States.
“A simple way to take measure of a country is to look at how many want in and how many want out.”
Preparing and filing of all employment-based applications including, but not limited to, the following petitions for non-immigrant workers: H-1B visas (specialty occupations), L-1 visas (intra-company transferees), 0-1 (extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business or athletics). Preparing and filing of employment-based applications for lawful permanent resident status (green cards), including labor certification/reduction-in¬recruitment (RIR) applications, special handling and national interest waivers.