Immigration and Nationality Law.
Creative And Solutions-Oriented Approaches To Immigration Issues.
ADVIS partners with each client to assist them in identifying and executing the most effective strategy to achieve their goal of working and living in the United States. We use our extensive experience and knowledge of applicable immigration laws and regulations to help clients navigate the often complex immigration process. ADVIS was founded on the principle that “one size” does not always fit all, particularly when it comes to developing business immigration solutions. We do not shoehorn our clients’ cases into replicable pre-packaged solutions. Instead, our attorneys work closely with each of our clients to understand their immigration objectives and craft plans to maximize the chances of achieving them.
Strategic immigration planning for U.S. and international companies.
As the world increasingly becomes globalized and businesses are integrated more closely than ever before, the U.S. Immigration laws have come under heightened scrutiny and focus, affecting virtually every company doing business in the United States. ADVIS guides our clients on a full range of issues affecting international businesses, such as advising multinational corporations and individuals doing business in a wide range of industries, including information technology, hospitality, entertainment, and real estate. We work with clients to address the immigration/visa and work authorization needs of U.S. and global personnel.
Helping your loved ones immigrate to the U.S.
Families around the world often face the challenge of wanting to immigrate to the United States to be with a spouse, parent, or children. Whether you need assistance with a fiancé visa, removing conditions from your residence, obtaining a green card through family, or anything else, you can count on our firm to guide you through each step of the process. At ADVIS, we have nearly ten years of experience proudly representing clients who want to reunite their families in the United States.