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We are a small firm with resources that are similar to that of larger firms. Our size and naltrexone organizational structure enables us to be flexible in the way we conduct our business and also be more responsive to our clients needs. It is the goal of our firm to serve as a Bridge in assisting our clients navigate the shifting waters of immigration to the United States. We take pride in our motto that we achieve results for our clients in a manner that is Reasonable, Reliable and Reassuring. We accomplish this with our competitive & flexible, pricing structure, uncompromising attention to detail and by keeping the client regularly informed of developments in their matter. 

Thank you for visiting our website and we would appreciate an opportunity to serve you in legal matters related to U.S. Immigration.

Latest news more..
USCIS Updates Notice To Appear Policy Guidance. Posted July 18, 2018  
USCIS updates "Notice to Appear" policy guidance expanding the pool of foreign nationals that may be subject to deportation.

USCIS Updates for Certain RFEs and NOIDs. Posted July 18, 2018  
USCIS posted a policy memo providing guidance to USCIS adjudicators regarding their discretion to deny an application, petition, or request without first issuing a RFE or NOID when required initial evidence was not submitted or the evidence of record fails to establish eligibility.

Reminder: FY 2019 H-1B Cap Season, Posted March 5, 2019  
The starting date for filing H-1B petitions subject to 2019 Cap is April 2nd, 2018 which is less than a month away. Based on past trends, it is more likely than not the filing window will only last the first 5 business days, i.e., until April 6th.

information provided here is of general nature and should not be constructed as legal advice.matters in personal historyor a perticular situation may affect eligibility to recive immigration benfits in a perticular situation.Information is updated peroidically and may not be current at all time.