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The immigration process can be complex and overwhelming, riddled with ever-changing regulations and laws. At Tondini Law, we have the skill and experience necessary to help you plan and manage the best course for your situation.
For business owners, we work with you to develop and implement an immigration strategy that will best met your business goals. From owners looking to expand their business into the United States to international investors focusing on starting a new company here, we have the expertise and resources to ensure the process runs smoothly.
From visa petitions for employees and individuals to determining proper immigration status for family members, Tondini Law is dedicated to guiding families through complex immigration laws and the immigration court system. We understand that when it comes to family matters, unnecessary delays are not an option. We remain informed on all policy changes so we can effectively and efficiently develop the best approach for you and your loved ones.
We assist investors, international business owners, start-ups, and executives from small to mid-size companies and multinational corporations with all aspects of their business immigration needs.
Each business has its own unique immigration requirements, while needing to adapt to a process that can often be fraught with an abundance of bureaucratic intricacies. At Tondini Law, we bear the burden of immigration formalities, so you can keep your focus on the big picture – expanding your business successfully.
We help to simplify the process of moving or opening a business venture in the United States as well as acquiring international talent and walking you through the immigration process from start to finish. From Investor Visas to Employment-Based Green Cards, we have the experience and expertise to conduct careful analysis of your needs and to select the most applicable and effective strategy for you, your company and your prospective foreign workforce.
We provide assistance with:
US Non-Immigrant Visas:
There are several types of non-immigrant visas which allow a foreign national to work in the United States. They include H-1B (professionals), L (intracompany transferees), E (treaty traders/investors), F (students with practical training) and J (exchange visitor). We have assisted numerous clients in navigating the complexities of regulations, policies and operational instructions to obtain these visas. Issues of current concern include the impact of H-1B quota cap restrictions, portability for H-1B workers, acceptable wage surveys, the interplay between practical training for foreign students and H-1B petitions, changing visa procedures at U.S. embassies worldwide, corporate restructurings, layoffs and terminations, and work authorizations for spouses of L and E visa holders.
The following are the types of work and business visas we can assist with:
This is the focus and pride of our portfolio. Entrepreneurs and early-stage companies face unique immigration challenges that require creativity, planning, and collaboration with other attorneys. We face and develop solutions for this challenge every day and have successfully procured visas and green cards for numerous entrepreneurs and critical employees for early-stage companies. When working with Tondini Law, you get an advisor and a visa planner who can help to develop an immigration strategy that enables all phases of your business’s growth. Our work continues during the initial year of your visa to ensure proper business growth and visa extensions. Our clients also benefit from our extensive network of trusted professionals to whom we can refer you for other business needs you will have in the US. Our goal is your success. We have extensive experience working with entrepreneurs, founders, and businesses opening US offices.
Tondini Law can analyze your unique needs and provide services that will best ensure your success:
- Investment Visa Options: L1A, L1B, E-2, E-1, TN
- Strategic Workforce Planning and Implementation
- Key Employee Transfers
- Temporary and Permanent Employment Based Visas
- EB-5 Investor Green Card
- Temporary Visas: B1/B2, TN, H1B, H2B, O, P.
- Employment-Based Green Card: EB1, EB2, EB3.
- Citizenship and Lawful Permanent Residence
- I-9 Audits
The process of obtaining a visa in the United States is notoriously difficult and riddled with intricate requirements, lengthy applications and, often, unreasonable waiting times. When it comes to family, we understand that unnecessary delays in the visa process are not an option. To address your goals efficiently and effectively, we remain informed on all policy and protocol changes to eliminate delays and additional confusion.
Tondini Law has guided families through an array of visa-related matters for more than 20 years. Whether it be employment visas, green card sponsorship, permanent residence or citizenship, we are dedicated to making the ever-changing immigration process easier to navigate so you can focus on keeping your family together.
Our client-based and personalized approach is coupled with a level of professionalism that comes from years of experience and research in immigration law. At Tondini Law, we will work tirelessly as your trusted advocate to represent your best interests from start to finish.
We can assist with:
- Family-Based Green Card
- Spousal Visas, Conditional Residence, and Battered Spouse
- Fiancée Visas
- Children/Parents/Siblings visas
- Affidavit of Support
- Adjustment of Status within the United States
- I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence
- National Visa Center Immigrant Visa Processing
- Adjustment of Status
- Consular Process
- I-601 Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility
- I-212 Waiver: Application for Permission to Reapply for
- Admission into the United States After Deportation or Removal
- J-1 Waiver of Foreign Residency Requirement
- 601A, 601, 212
- Special Immigration Cases
- Visa Revalidation
- U Visa & Green Card for U Visa
- Temporary Protected Status
- Advance Parole
- DREAM Act
- FBI Name Check Issues
- Immigration Appeal
- Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)
- Reentry Permit
- Request for Evidence (RFE)
- Work Permit
- Dual Citizenship
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