Immigration Attorney in LA

A Los Angeles Immigration Attorney You Can Trust

 

Stepanyan Law Firm,

Founded by an Immigrant.

 

Services Provided by Our Immigration Attorney

Scroll Down To Learn More

United States is a country of immigrants. The U.S. has more immigrants than any other country on Earth. To regulate immigration, the U.S. has enacted one of the best immigration systems. Although its current immigration system is as complex and confusing as it gets, an experienced immigration attorney can help you navigate the path to the U.S. citizenship with less bumps and stop signs.

Family Based Green Cards & Visas

A couple signing a marriage immigration petition.

Marriage Based Immigration

Marriage based immigration allows U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents (Green Card Holders) to petition for their spouse (husband or wife) to immigrate and become United States green card holders.

Fiancée Visas

Fiancé(e) visas in turn allow U.S. citizens that are not yet married to bring their loved ones to the United States for the purpose of getting married and immigrating to the United States.

Our immigration attorney is experienced in both marriage based immigration and fiancé(e) visas.

Family of U.S. Citizens

United States immigration law allows U.S. citizens to petition for their brothers and sisters, children, married and unmarried sons and daughters, as well as their parents to become green card holders.

Family of Green Card Holders

Permanent residents (green card holders) can petition their unmarried children and unmarried sons and daughters to receive green cards.

Immigration

Employment Based Green Cards & Visas

Employment Based Immigration Attorney

EB-2, EB-3 PERM & NIW

Employment based immigration is one of the most complex areas of U.S. immigration law. It allows companies doing business in the United States to petition for their current or prospective employees to become permanent residents.

EB-1

The U.S. Immigration law allows for a special treatment of certain individuals with  extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics.

These individuals can petition for themselves to obtain United States permanent residence. This process can be the fastest way to obtain a green card. It is, however, the hardest way to get one, and very few will qualify.

It is very important to hire an experienced immigration attorney for any employment based immigration matters.

H1-B Visas

H-1B visas allow companies with U.S. locations to petition foreign employees to come work at their U.S. location. The worker should have an occupation that requires highly specialized knowledge.

O-1 Visas

O-1 visas allow U.S. companies to employ individuals that have extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or individuals who have a record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry.

Մենք խոսում ենք հայերեն | On parle francais | Мы говорим по-русски

Call for a Free Consultation

(747) 777-2977

*A free consultation is provided to prospective clients for an eligibility determination. Limited to 20 minutes.

How Our Immigration Attorney Handles Your Matter

Step 1. 

Our immigration attorney will make initial inquiries about your matter. We will then give you a brief outline on how your matter will proceed, what the governmental fees are and what our fees are.

Step 2. 

We provide you with a list of documents that we need to prepare your petition. You begin gathering any documents that are not yet in your possession. All documents need to be accompanied with English translations. 

Step 3. 

We will give you an easy to use blank questionnaire to fill out your personal information, such as date of birth, names used, addresses lived, and other biographic information. The number and the nature of questions depends on the specific immigration benefit you are seeking.

Step 4. 

We receive all documents and data from you. Our immigration attorney then prepares your application. We take care of any special requirements needed for your petition. We will contact you once all documents are ready for signature.

Step 5. 

You and any people involved in your petition sign the relevant petitions, applications and any supporting forms and documents. 

Step 6. 

Your petition is sent out to the corresponding U.S. immigration office. We will keep you updated on any correspondences. If your petition requires a fingerprinting appointment or an interview, we will notify you once one is scheduled. We will also help you prepare for your interview. We will notify you immediately as soon as we receive a decision.

Speak to an Immigration Attorney

(747) 777-2977