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We have been devoted exclusively to the practice of U.S. Immigration and Nationality law for nearly 40 years. Our Los Angeles Immigration Lawyers and our San Francisco Immigration Lawyers are Certified Legal Specialists that are dedicated to assisting individuals in everything ranging from green cards to deportation and from visas to United States citizenship. Our Los Angeles Immigration Law Office and our San Francisco Immigration Law Office also represent businesses with PERM Labor Certifications and H-1Bs and work visas and all other forms of employment immigration. We also have an immigration law office in the United States in Las Vegas and international offices in the Philippines and China. Our attorneys are experienced, dedicated, and knowledgeable in all areas of immigration. Contact us today to find a good immigration lawyer in Los Angeles, CA.

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  • Hello Atty. Devin: Thank you very much for all your hard work, and thank you for bringing my daughter to the United States. I will be going to your office soon regarding my daughter’s citizenship. God bless you and your family, and I hope you have a prosperous New Year.

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Immigration News

  • As Shutdown Moves Into Fourth Week, Most Immigration Courts Remain Shuttered
    January 14 2019

    With the government shutdown dragging into its fourth week—marking the longest shutdown in U.S. history—most of the nation’s immigration courts remain closed. The Trump administration decries immigration court backlogs and has implemented short cuts that limit and threaten due process to address the backlogs. Yet he has contributed to a shutdown that has led to […] The post As Shutdown Moves Into Fourth Week, Most Immigration Courts Remain Shuttered appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Advocacy Groups Submit Comments Opposing Trump’s Asylum Ban
    January 11 2019

    In November, President Trump took the unprecedented action of banning asylum for individuals who enter the United States between ports of entry. Although his actions were blocked in court only days later, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) continued forward with the process of formalizing rules to keep the asylum ban in place should the […] The post Advocacy Groups Submit Comments Opposing Trump’s Asylum Ban appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • FOIA Lawsuit Seeks Names of CBP Officers Who Allegedly Abused Children
    January 10 2019

    Lack of transparency has long dogged the enforcement branches of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), in particular, has been the subject of numerous requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) during the Trump administration and previous administrations. Records produced in response to FOIA requests demonstrate that […] The post FOIA Lawsuit Seeks Names of CBP Officers Who Allegedly Abused Children appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]