What We Do

LAC provides our clients clear, accurate, and timely legal guidance that supports their business hiring decisions. We are able to anticipate potential problems and gaps in the process, thereby building and maintaining the immigration bridge between your business’ goals and employees’ needs. This allows employers and employees to get straight to work, focusing on productivity, rather than spending time, energy and money trying to find a way through the confusing maze of laws, regulations, policies and timelines which make up the U.S. immigration process.  In short, we are proactive in our approach and reduce lost revenues and time due to unanticipated immigration roadblocks.   This serves to alleviate anxiety for everyone impacted by the process.Statue of liberty at dusk. Image shot 2010. Exact date unknown.
LAC has extensive experience in numerous areas of employment-based immigration law, including all nonimmigrant visa classifications (B-1, E-3, H-1B, L-1A/B, TN-1/2, E-1/2, etc.); labor certifications (PERM and special handling); employment-based immigrant visa petitions (Extraordinary Ability, Multinational Executive/ Manager, Outstanding Researcher, National Interest Waiver, and labor certification-based petitions); adjustment of status and consular processing, for both employment-based and family-based cases; naturalization; and the immigration consequences of mergers, acquisitions, and reductions in force.

We also provide strategic legal guidance in all potential ancillary issues, such as compliance with I-9 and workplace enforcement issues; grounds of inadmissibility to and removal from the United States; and laws and policies relating to national security.

Our clients span a variety of industries, including information technology, biotechnology, manufacturing and distribution, energy, health care, education, finance, hospitality, restaurant, and entertainment.