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Comprehensive and personalized legal representation covering the entire spectrum of U.S. immigration law.

Our immigration lawyers are nationally renowned for handling complex cases in all legal matters related to immigration law, ranging from employment sponsorship, employer compliance issues, family-based petitions, asylum law and deportation defense. Our leading reputation is founded on a personalized approach, emphasizing direct contact and personal attention with our clients.


    • Business Representation
      • Solutions for temporary work visas.
      • Expertise in permanent residence sponsorship across all industries.
      • Self-sponsoring strategies for permanent residence.
      • Proactive guidance on employer hiring and compliance.

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    • Individual Representation
      • Extension and change of status.
      • Permanent residence through qualifying family member.
      • Assessing citizenship and naturalization eligibility.
      • Expertise in asylum law and strategies for relief from removal.

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    • Relief from Removal
      • Extensive asylum law experience.
      • Seeking permanent residence before an immigration judge.
      • Expertise in cancellation of removal claims.
      • Obtaining waivers of inadmissibility.
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Latest News

April 28, 2017

LISTEN: LHSC’s Joseph Hohenstein Talks Sanctuary Cities on Bloomberg Radio

The Trump Administration saw another setback to its immigration plans last week, when a federal judge blocked the President’s executive…More


April 19, 2017

Trump Executive Order Eyes H-1B Changes, But Will Need Congress

On Tuesday, President Trump signed an executive order designed to benefit American companies (by favoring them for government contracts) and American workers (by…More


April 18, 2017

USCIS Completes the H-1B Cap Random Selection Process for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018

On April 11, 2017 USCIS completed the computer-generated random selection process for fiscal year (FY) 2018 of petitions needed to…More

 
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