At Lechtenberg & Associates LLC, we understand the personal importance of each immigration case that we prepare. We recognize that employers, families, and individuals are relying on us to help them navigate a costly and potentially treacherous process; we know that each immigration case represents a major decision and investment for our client, and we treat it as such. That is why our deep knowledge of the law, our experience and our attention to detail are critical – we help clients identify the best legal strategy for their cases, and then we get to work using reliable and efficient case preparation tools.
Our years practicing immigration law have also taught us that transparency and communication are critical to an immigration practice. Clients should not have to wonder about what is happening with their case; they should always be able to find out what is being done, and what needs to be done next. We base our practice on cutting-edge tools and technologies that allow our clients to monitor their cases as we prepare and file them, and to check the status however frequently they want. We hold ourselves accountable to our clients.
We have managed hundreds of cases to successful conclusion, including, but not limited to:
- Temporary foreign workers (H-1B, L, TN, E-3, P, J-1, O, R-1, F-1, H-2B)
- Foreign traders and investors (E-1, E-2, EB-5)
- Permanent residency (PERM, multinational executives, outstanding researchers, extraordinary ability, religious workers, diversity visa)
- Dependent family members
In addition to our traditional immigration practice, we also frequently assist our employer clients with critical enforcement and compliance issues. Our combination of employment experience and immigration expertise allows us to provide unique and valuable counsel in the following areas:
- Form I-9 policies and programs
- Employer self-audits
- Investigations by U.S. Customs and Immigration Service (USCIS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) audits
- Employment of non-immigrant students