Business Immigration and Work Visas
B-1 Short Term business
E-1 Treaty Trader
E-2 Treaty Investor
EB-5 Investor Green Card
J Exchange Visas
L-1 Intracompany Transfereee
H1B Specialized Labor Visa
O-1 Extraordinary Ability Alien
TN NAFTA Temporary Work Visa
OPT - Optional Practical Training for Recent College Graduates
Computer and Software Professionals
Change of Status
Family Related and Other Visas and Immigration Issues
1-130 Relative Petitions
K-1 Fiancee Visa
K-3 Spouse Visa
B-2 Visitor Visa
F-1 Student Visas
1-485 Adjustment of Status
I-90 Green Card Renewal
N-400 Citizenship/ Naturalization
I-751 Removal of Conditions on Green Card
1-131 Travel Document
I-821 Deferred Action
Relief From Deportation and Cancellation of Removal
U.S. Immigration Law, includes federal laws under Title 8 of the United States Code, provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations and various policies and guidelines of federal agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, USCIS, the Department of State, the Department of Labor and the Department of Justice.
Immigration law is shaped by Congress, by executive action, regulatory changes and by court decisions. Whether you want to invest in the United States, need help with a family immigration matter, need to secure work visas for employees, seek adjustment of status or are facing removal/deportation, there is no substitute for a skilled and efficient immigration lawyer.
Marty Johnson has over 12 years of experience helping families, companies and individuals deal with immigration issues. He has lived on 3 continents and is familiar with consular processing abroad. Marty understands business and investor immigration issues, asylum claims, issues faced by professionals, foreign students, refugees, families, engaged couples and individuals and the complexity and challenges in obtaining visas and maintaining lawful status.
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Marty is a proud member of AILA, the American Immigration Lawyers Association.