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The attorneys at Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi 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, deportation defense, and criminal immigration. The firm’s extensive experience has established it as an indispensable resource in the field of immigration law, with clients that include multinational corporations, domestic corporations, hospitals, universities and colleges, research institutions and individual clients.

Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi’s leading reputation is founded on a personalized approach, emphasizing direct contact and personal attention with our clients. We monitor the most current changes in immigration law, as well as technology, in order to provide our clients with the most cutting-edge, professional and efficient representation. Operating from the same philosophy, our attorneys and professional staff are dedicated to assisting people from all over the world to work and reside in the U.S., enhancing their lives and the country as a whole. This tradition of dedication and excellence to the immigrant community is rooted in advocating for first-class client service and upholding ethical principles.

Latest News

October 16, 2017

URGENT: Recent Changes To 2019 Diversity Visa Lottery

UPDATE 10/16/17 The Department of State has revealed that a technical issue has invalidated all previously submitted 2017 Diversity Visa…More


October 3, 2017

UPDATE: USCIS confirms that all H-1B petitions are again eligible for Premium Processing

Last week we received word from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) that USCIS was planning to resume premium processing…More


September 25, 2017

ALERT: Trump Administration Issues New Extended & Indefinite Travel Ban

The first versions of President Trump’s travel ban have been delayed, struck down, and/or modified by courts since they were…More

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