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Our office has over 30 years of experience practicing all aspects of Immigration Law. We have successfully defended thousands of immigrants. We succesfully help reunite families, help investors, and protect and defend those who are in deportation proceedings. Our focus is to create and maintain a relation with our client in order to create calm with the immigration process. For more information regarding our practice areas, please click the following links. If you would like more information or would like to set up an appintment, call our office (415) 777-4445.


Business Visas and Immigration

  • B-1 Visas
  • B-1 Visas - Document Checklist
  • B-1 Visa FAQ
  • E Visas (Overview)
  • E-1 Visas
  • E-1 Visas - Document Checklist
  • E-2 Visas
  • E-2 Visas - Document Checklist
  • L-1 Visas
  • L-1A Visa Requirements
  • L-1B Visa Requirements

  • Employment-based Visas and Immigration

  • Employment-Based Immigration
  • H Visas (Overview)
  • H-1B Visa - Professional Worker
  • H-1B Visa - Requirements
  • PERM / Labor Certification
  • TN Visas
  • Investor Visas
  • J-1 Visas: Trainees
  • NAFTA Professional (TN) Visas
  • O Visas: Extraordinary ability
  • P Visas: Short Term Visas for Athletes and Performers
  • Religious Visas

  • Asylum

  • Asylum
  • What is Asylum
  • Applying for Asylum at the Asylum Office
  • Applying for Asylum in Immigration Court (EOIR)
  • Asylum - Credible Fear Process
  • Asylum Appeals
  • What benefits do I obtain if I win my Asylum case?

  • Marriage and Fiancee visas

  • K1 Fiancee Visas
  • Obtaining a green card through marriage

  • Family-based Immigration and Visas

  • Citizenship and Naturalization
  • B Visas
  • B-1 Visas
  • B-1 Visas - Document Checklist
  • B-1 Visa FAQ
  • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • I-601A Provisional Waiver
  • Consular Processing
  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  • Family-Based Immigrant Visas
  • Criminal Issues for Immigrants
  • Tourist Visas
  • Naturalization
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
  • Parole in Place (PIP)

  • VAWA, U Visas and Gender Abuse Cases

  • U-Visa
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

  • Removal Defense

  • Cancellation of Removal
  • Prosecutorial Discretion
  • Parole Status
  • Political Asylum

  • Post-Conviction Relief for Immigrants

  • How to obtain an expungement of a criminal record

  • Business Formations

  • Opening a Business in California: Choosing a Proper Business Form and Registering Your Business
  • Opening a Business in California: Registering your trade name or fictitious business name
  • Opening a Business in California: The Federal Employer Identification Number
  • Opening a Business in California: Obtaining Required Permits
  • Opening a Business in California: Business Leases
  • Opening a Business in California: Buying insurance
  • Mechanics Lien Law
  • Advantages of Incorporation