We Provide Every Immigration Legal Service Including:
Fiance Visas, Green Cards Based on Marriage, Employment-Based Green Cards, Work Visas, Investor’s Visas, Citizenship, Family-Based Immigration, Deportation Defense
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An Immigration Lawyer You Can Count On
Our Immigration Law Firm provides every immigration legal service including:
Fiancé Visas, Green Cards Based on Marriage, Employment-Based Green Cards, Work Visas, Investor’s Visas, Citizenship, Family-Based Immigration, Deportation Defense.
Our managing partner, attorney Svetlana Kats is also fluent in Russian & Ukrainian.
We serve clients locally, nationally and internationally and as alternatives to office visits, we offer video appointments using Zoom, Skype and Facetime.
Gaining a visa in the United States is a difficult, time-consuming, and sometimes frightening process. The Law Office of Attorney Svetlana Kats, Esq. believes that each case is unique and will take the time to learn your story and experience to build the best case for you. With more than 15 years of experience in the areas of immigration law and hundreds of successful cases, the Law Office of Attorney Svetlana Kats will work with you, your employer, or your family members until successful completion of your case.
For our business immigration clients, we provide services in connection with permanent residency in the U.S. based on labor certification process. We also represent clients in connection with work visas, including H1-B, L-1, TN-1 or investment (E-2, EB-5) visas as well as employment based green cards for executives, managers, individuals with extraordinary and exceptional abilities, outstanding scientists, professors and researchers. Our lawyers are well-versed in both corporate and international law, knowledge that is essential to understanding cases related to business immigration.
Additionally, the Law Office of Attorney Svetlana Kats, Esq. can represent you or your family in your journey to permanent residency based on family relationship, as well as in other individual immigration needs, such as citizenship, asylum, cancelation of removal or removal defense.
We understand what is at stake for you, your family or your employees, and will work with you to enact a legal solution that advocates for everyone in the best way possible.
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