Hussain & Khan LLP can help you with your Immigration Law case
Hussain & Khan, LLP can assist both corporations and individuals with their immigration needs. Businesses, both large and small seek to hire and retain talented and qualified foreign nationals and relocate personnel to compete in today's fiercely competitive global economy. At Hussain & Khan, we provide employers the expertise required to navigate the complex legal system to enable them to hire the talent they require, from anywhere in the world.
Nonimmigrant Status & Work Visas
The global situation has made it a necessity for many to move beyond their home countries in pursuit of their personal and professional goals. We can assist individuals who seek to be employed or engage in business to obtain the requisite nonimmigrant status to commence temporary employment and pursue the option of obtaining permanent resident status or a green card in the future.
Hussain & Khan handles temporary nonimmigrant work visas such as H-1B, E-2, E-3, L-1, O-1 and TN and immigrant visa petitions such as EB2, EB3 through PERM labor certification, EB-1 Extraordinary Ability petitions and National Interest Waiver Petitions among others.
Family Immigration & Naturalization
In addition to the above, we handle all types of family-based immigration and naturalization cases. Family-based immigration serves to unite family members. U.S. citizens and permanent residents can petition the USCIS to bring a certain class of relatives to the United States. They would benefit from the services of a law firm specializing in immigration laws as it would make their journey as smooth as possible.
Why choose our law firm?
As U.S. immigration and naturalization Laws are federal in nature, we can represent clients throughout the United States on all matters pertaining to immigration and naturalization laws. Our mission is to provide the best service to our clients at the most affordable price. Contact Hussain & Khan via phone or email to discuss your immigration issues and to determine a suitable course of action, and if eligible, to secure temporary or permanent benefits under the U.S. immigration and naturalization laws.