Immigration Lawyer in San Jose

How do I get a green card to work in the United States? How do I apply for an immigrant visa to live with my new spouse?  I want to study in the United States.  I am ready to become a United States citizen.  How do I fix my papers when my parents brought me to the United States when I was young?  These and other immigration questions are all that our San Jose Immigration Attorney Alison Yew can help answer.  Contact us today at (408) 389-8930.

United States immigration laws and regulations are complicated, and is now constantly in the news. The San Jose immigration lawyers at the Law Office of Alison Yew keep up with the changes in immigration law and we are dedicated to providing excellent legal services to individuals, businesses, and families.

Our mission is to make your journey our own, being there with you every step of the way. We vow to be honest, responsive, clear, and realistic in our communications. Most importantly, we want to empower you as you face and overcome the seemingly insurmountable immigration hurdles to your goal of obtaining lawful residence, employment, and citizenship in the United States of America.

Common situations we help with include:

  • Employment-based immigration for employers seeking to hire qualified foreign workers on a permanent basis (e.g. PERM, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3);
  • Talented foreign employees seeking to self-petition based on their unique talents and research, and which may also be in the national interest (e.g. EB-1, EB-2/National Interest Waiver);
  • Temporary visas for to work or attend school in the U.S. (e.g. H-1B, H-1B1, H-3, L-1, E-1/E-2, E-3, O-1, P-1, TN, F-1, M-1, OPT);
  • Family-based immigration for foreign individuals who want to reunite with a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident family member (e.g. marriage based green cards, fiance or fiancee visas)
  • U.S. citizenship through naturalization;
  • Investment visas for high net-worth individuals who wish to invest in a business and are committed to creating jobs for U.S. workers (EB-5, permanent residence);
  • Humanitarian immigration relief such as asylum, and DACA (deferred action)

You’ll always find an advocate in our San Jose immigration office. Contact the Law Office of Alison Yew for a case evaluation.