Practice Areas

Immigration Law

We have been providing excellent personalized immigration services to our various corporate and individual clients. We place great emphasis and importance on personalized services. Immigration law is a fast-evolving field of law, with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of Labor (DOL) coming out with new laws, regulations, and memos on a daily basis. We keep up to date with all the changes taking place in immigration law and we communicate these updates to our clients on a regular basis. We ensure all our applications are prepared correctly with accurate information. We double and triple check every H-1B/ H-4/ L/ non-immigrant visa/ PERM Labor Certification/ business immigration/ family immigration/ citizenship application, etc. that we file with the USCIS and/or DOL.

From time to time, we have clients who have complicated and difficult immigration cases. We strategize and come up with creative solutions to solve these complicated and difficult immigration cases.

Our main objective is to provide you- our client- with the best service possible. We will respond to you in a timely manner, prepare and file accurate and complete applications and keep you updated with all the new information in the fast-changing field of immigration law.

We also advise our clients on Immigration/DOL compliance issues and have represented many clients at DOL investigations. We provide internal audits for our clients if requested.

We have clients not only across the United States but also across the world. We are always available to our clients and potential clients whether it’s on the phone or via email.

If you are interested in a consultation, please call our office at (609) 514-5195.

B-1: A B-1 allows foreign citizens to enter the United States for business purposes for a temporary period. B-1 visas can be valid for any period of 1 to 10 years and they allow for either one or multiple entries. However, B-1 Visa holders will only be allowed entry into the U.S. for six months or less. The B-1 Visa holder may not be paid by a U.S. employer on a B-1 visa. They may, however, be paid by their foreign company in a foreign country for the work that they do here in the United States. B-1 visas are classified as nonimmigrant intent visas and thus do not create a pathway to a green card. It is important to know the regulations and limitations of a B-1 Visa and thus we urge you to speak to an Immigration Attorney before filing for a B-1 visa.


Green Card Process: A green card is a permanent resident status given by the United States government to an immigrant in or coming to the country. A green card provides many benefits to immigrants. Amongst the many benefits, it grants: work authorization to immigrants, allows more freedom to travel internationally without the risk of being denied entry into the United States, provides social security to eligible immigrants, and also provides immunity from future changes in immigration laws. Applying for your green card, an employee’s green card, or relative’s green card, can be an intimidating process. The complication of timely filing all the different forms can confuse almost anybody, and failure to properly file any form in this multi-step process can cause years of delay for permanent residency. With the possibility of such delays and difficulties, it is important to obtain the aid of an experienced and versed attorney who can accurately complete this complex process. Our firm has experience with the entire spectrum of green card applications; from corporate I-140 applications to family-based petitions and everything in between. We have helped many obtain their permanent resident status, providing for them a ticket down the path to citizenship.