Hoffman Aggie R Attorney At Law General Practice Attorneys, Attorneys

Phone: (323) 655-0123
Direccion: ,Los Angeles, USA
Sitio web: http://www.arhlaw.biz


Hoffman Aggie R Attorney At Law


Immigration Attorney in Los Angeles, California, Aggie R. Hoffman Law Office, Southern California Lawyer -- Visa, Green Card, Labor Certifications, PERM, Citizenship, Political Asylum, Immigration Court...
*California Board of Legal Specialization
State Bar of California
Welcome
to the website of the
Law Office of Aggie R. Hoffman
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11500 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 400 Los Angeles, CA
90064
TEL: (310) 444-3044
Aggie R. Hoffman
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Click Here For Important New InformationAbout
PERM Labor Certifications!
A few words on immigration by Ms. Hoffman:
Careful and
timely analysis and selection of the best visa options and visa
categories can avoid
immigration disasters. An experienced attorney, well versed
in the intricacies of U.S. Immigration law is absolutely imperative
to acquiring a lawful status within the United States
or obtaining a visa at a U.S. consulate abroad. An expert
of U.S. Immigration matters, Aggie R.
Hoffman is authorized to represent clients before the Citizenship
and Immigration Services (CIS) in all 50 states; she is likewise
experienced in consular visa processing.
Other
complicating factors include increased processing times by the
government of various visa petitions
and unavailability of immigrant visas (green cards). As a
result,
a temporary (nonimmigrant) employment-based visa such as an H-1,
L-1, E-1, E-2, O or P should be processed before any PERM or
immigrant petition (I-140) is filed. At the same time,
care must be exercised to avoid expiration of such temporary visas
before the immigrant visa (green card) becomes available,
exposing the applicant to unlawful status.
U.S. Immigration law
is a complex field requiring special expertise.
ADVANCE PLANNING and careful strategy are critical to the
successful processing of visas and green cards.
Violating a visa, whether engaging in unauthorized employment or
simply overstaying a visa's limit carries
SEVERE penalties
(See IIRAIRA). These penalties may include DEPORTATION
as well as inadmissibility to the U.S. for as long as 10 years.
Other complicating factors include increased processing times by the
government of various visa petitions and immigration benefits. As a
result, a temporary employment based visa such as an H-1B or L-1 may
expire before the immigrant visa (green card) becomes
available, exposing the applicant to
unlawful status.
Click Here For Important New Information
about
about PERM Labor Certifications and EB-5 investor green cards!
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