We are a small law firm that is exclusively dedicated to the practice of immigration law. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in all immigration courts and offices in the United States of America, which means that no matter where you are we can assist you with your immigration issues. Our firm is committed to delivery of practical solutions to solve complex immigration issues that are faced by clients.
We are recognized attorneys in our field, providing a thorough service for those who seek advice and representation in all areas of immigration law. We are able to advise on the likely percentage of success or failure while pursuing applications for relief, drawing on our extensive experience in the field of immigration law.
While growing to meet the demands of our diverse and expanding client base, our core value still remains “handing all immigration cases with care”. Immigration issues are very sensitive and complicated, as a result you need experienced attorneys to handle your matter, a simple error could be the difference in your case being granted or denied
We understand that those contacting us for advice are often in a difficult situation, sometimes with compelling and important needs, as a result our approach is directed at understanding our client’s needs and finding the correct solution.
The “pathway to citizenship,” a key provision of the immigration reform bill designed to bring 11 million undocumented immigrants out of the shadows, came under fire today during the Senate markup of the bill. President Barack Obama and the bipartisan
Read More "May 22, 2013"
A bipartisan group of eight congressmen on Thursday evening announced they’ve reached a breakthrough in their months-long negotiations over comprehensive immigration reform. “The bipartisan group working on #immigration in House has made a deal in principle,” Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla.,
Read More "May 17, 2013"
A quarterly publication by the Internal Revenue Service lists those citizens who voluntarily expatriate, or abandon their American citizenship — a growing number of whom are doing so to avoid taxes, according to several published reports. The latest list of
Read More "May 13, 2013"