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About The Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles, P.C.

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The Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles, P.C.'s mission is to bring a more personal touch to the practice of immigration law. We know first-hand how impersonal the immigration system treats foreign nationals and their United States family members or employers. Immigrants to the United States deserve better treatment. It is our commitment in this law office to provide you with that better treatment. We give your case individualized attention and treat each matter as if your life depends upon it. And, sometimes, it does.

Our office focuses on immigration matters related to your OPPORTUNITY, FAMILY and HOPE:

To help you SEIZE YOUR OPPORTUNITIES available in the United States, we have an exciting department for business related immigration. We focus on H-1b's and the various E visas including EB-5's. We work with fantastic entrepreneurs and professionals with outstanding abilities. We assist startups and investors. We work with companies and colleges and freelancers. We make sure nothing stands in the way for your career or business to flourish in the United States.

To UNITE YOUR FAMILY here in the United States, we help with the confusing family visas and adjustment of status. Whether it is bringing your fiancé, spouse or parent/child to the United States, or finding a way to work with your approved I-130 from a now deceased relative, we find the solution for you no matter how complex the case. Our staff pioneered legal rights for gays in California and we continue to assist same-sex spouses to reap the benefit of the demise of the unconstitutional DOMA.

To SAFEGUARD YOUR HOPE, we work aggressively to stop your deportation or removal hearings. We commonly fix previous ill-advised guilty or nolo-contendere pleas in Superior Court, successfully secure prosecutorial discretion, or gain administrative closure for our clients' cases. If you have led a good life, we make sure the government understands your story fully. We also focus on working with victims of crime. We routinely secure U nonimmigrant status (aka U visas) for our clients working closely with police, district attorneys and child protective family services to secure these benefits.

Honors & Recognition

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We have been fortunate to have been honored and recognized for our efforts. From the national conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, to the Los Angeles Latin American Consular Association, from Univision to the New Republic magazine, from the Woman's Ministry of the United Methodist Church, to up-and-coming evangelist churches, from domestic violence women's shelters to clergy networks such as the Clergy Laity United For Economic Justice (CLUE LA), our staff is in demand for the quality of the work they do and their commitment to immigrants and their families.

Our sincere interest in and commitment to the lives and businesses of our clients sets us apart from most law firms. Once you are our client, you can speak with, text (213) 375-4084, or meet with our attorneys as often as you need at no additional cost. Our mission is to get the job done right and for you to feel like you have been properly welcomed to the United States, finally.

Let us represent your opportunity, family and hope.

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3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 570, Los Angeles, CA 90034 | Phone: (310) 683-4516  Local Phone: (310) 242-8936 Office Location

3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 570, Los Angeles, CA 90034 | Phone: (310) 683-4516  Local Phone: (310) 242-8936 Office Location

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