Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles Surpasses 35,000 Approved Immigration Cases

Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles is proud to announce it has surpassed 35,000 Approved Immigration Cases. The Law Office specializes in the following Visas; Green Card Marriage Visa, Fiance Visa, I-751 Waiver, Nanny Greencard, Naturalization, I-601 A – Provisional Waiver, E-2, O-1, Extraordinary Ability Greencard, and National Interest Waiver (NIW).

They also specialize in H-1 Denial and H-1B denial. They are experts at Judicial Review and litigating USCIS in federal court to get USCIS denials reversed.

You’ll be choosing the Best Immigration Attorney Los Angeles when you contact the Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles. From Investment, Employment or Family-based Visa, the Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles will handle it. Once you get in touch, a team of immigration lawyers will be assigned to you and work seven days a week to get your case approved.

When to contact an Immigration Attorney

The immigration attorneys at the Immigration Law Office make it clear to any applicant, for instance, an individual applying for a greencard through marriage, that the process can be complicated. An experienced attorney will guide you through the steps and present evidence of a bona fide marriage and help you prepare for the green card interview.

Likewise, the fiancé visa process is difficult and complicated, so an attorney must help you progress swiftly with the steps involved. It is called a K-1 fiancé non-immigrant visa, which allows the applicant to enter the United States, marry an American citizen, and live here permanently. According to the immigration attorneys, there are many advantages to the K-1 program, such as being able to qualify for a social security number and apply for a work permit.

Similarly, with an I-751 marriage visa, you must contact an immigration attorney for further assistance as you certainly don’t want any errors in your application. Fortunately, the Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles attorneys has years of experience helping married couples, including same-sex couples. They ensure the whole process goes smoothly to approve your visa and obtain permanent residency in the U.S.

Employment Visas

The immigration attorneys can also assist you with an application for labor certification to be approved under PERM for a nanny position. It is a lengthy application process from the labor certification portion, which takes five months to file, six months for the approval, and one month to get the immigrant petition approved. Then another one year before the employment visa attorneys can file the adjustment of status, the attorneys will, however, be with you every step of the process.

Another profession that individuals need to protect their rights with an immigrant visa is for those who have an entertainment career. According to the Immigration Law Office of LA, these visas are – ‘vital to those looking to find success in the entertainment industry.’ Contact the entertainment visa attorneys today for a free consultation and how to qualify for an O-1 visa.

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The sheer dedication and hard work from these immigration attorneys are commendable. It is no wonder they have over 35,000 approved immigration cases with more than 60 decades of combined experience helping individuals understand their options and advise the next steps to take in their case.

Contact the Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles today if you need assistance from the best immigration attorney in Los Angeles. Call (213) 375-4084 or send your details via email to contact@immigrationhelpla.com. For further information about your visa or the Immigration Office, visit their website at immigrationhelpla.com.

Source: https://thenewsfront.com/immigration-law-office-of-los-angeles-surpasses-35000-approved-immigration-cases/

About Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles

The Best Immigration Attorneys in LA. Over 35,000 cases Approved. Whether it’s Investment, Employment or Family based Visa, the Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles will Advise you as to your Best Next Step.

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3415 S Sepulveda Blvd #570
Los Angeles
CA 90034
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