The United States of America is and always has been a land of immigrants. I am very proud to be involved in assisting foreigners in beginning their lives here and in assisting employers in complying with laws governing the employment of foreign workers. We provide services for non-immigrant, immigrant, and citizenship needs.
Every day the US Citizenship and Immigration Service as well as State and Federal agencies make thousands of decisions concerning petitions and applications for visas and citizenship. These decisions are made according to complex and ever-changing laws and regulations that affect individuals, families, and businesses. US immigration and naturalization laws can be easily misunderstood due to their complexity resulting in uncertainty, delay, economic loss, separation of families, and often costly complex legal proceedings.
As a sole practitioner, I work individually with my clients to reduce or eliminate these US immigration and naturalization difficulties by determining each client’s needs and outlining the available options. Each option is evaluated on the basis of cost, time, and efficiency. Every case is closely monitored and I keep clients informed on the progress of their case and can accompany them to interviews and hearings before the Citizenship and Immigration Service, Special Counsel, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, and US District and Appellate Courts. I also represent clients on appeals before both administrative and legal courts when necessary or requested by my clients.
I advise and counsel both corporations and individuals who wish to engage in temporary employment in the United States, acquire permanent or temporary residence in the United States via employment or family relationship, and to obtain US citizenship.
My office also provides translations of documents from several languages into English. Consultations are also available in Russian for native-speaking clients.
I look forward to assisting you with your US immigration and naturalization services, and I welcome you to my office.