Immigration law in the United States is a complex system governed by federal statutes and regulations. Tempe immigration lawyer, Fred Falkson keeps up to date in this rapidly changing area of the law through continuous research and membership in the most prestigious immigration law organizations. The Law Office of Fred Falkson, PLC also maintains a steadfast commitment to quality control and detail-oriented work. If you require assistance with an immigration law issue, let our Tempe immigration attorney help you navigate the U.S. immigration system.
Tempe Immigration Lawyer
The Law Office of Fred Falkson, PLC offers a wide range of immigration law services， including assistance with:
- Employment-Based Immigration—For workers who desire to become permanent residents of the United States. Includes preferences for priority workers, members of the professions holding advanced degrees and noncitizens with exceptional ability, and skilled workers.
- Temporary Employment—Visas for business personnel. Includes those individuals wishing to work in the United States in specialty occupations (H1-B) and intra-company transferees to U.S. subsidiaries or branches (L visa).
- Investment-based Visas–The United States government supplies visas to investor immigrants who provide a certain level of job creation within the U.S. This includes the EB-5 category visa.
- Family-based Immigration –Family reunification for relatives of American citizens and lawful permanent residents. Assistance with the application for a green card, which gives an individual permanent residency in the United States.
- Other Categories of Visas—Including student visas, visas for scholarly exchange, and significant other.
Please contact us for more information about our immigration law services. As the children of immigrants we understand the hopes and fears of those who are seeking a better life in the United States. You may contact our Tempe immigration lawyer at 602-363-8898 or visit our website contact page.
Disclaimer: The information on this page is for general informational purposes only and should not be used as legal advice for any particular matter or case.