The Firm represents domestic and multinational companies as well as foreign-born individuals. As lead immigration counsel, Ms. Gomez makes the complex simple and guides her clients through every step of the visa application process. Her strategic advice focuses on achieving clients’ short and long-term employment and lifestyle goals.
This is What We Do:
- All Temporary Work Visas
- Green Cards based on Employment, Investment and/or Family Relationships
- Citizenship Applications
- Deferred Actions
- I-9 Audits
The Firm’s Clients are Largely from the Following Industries:
- Banking & Finance
- Restaurant & Hospitality
- Religious Institutions
- Science & Technology
Representative Corporate Immigration Experience
- Multinational ( L-1 Blanket) and Exchange Visitors (J-1) Visas –Successful representation of a large Latin American multinational, transferring engineers and management pursuant to a contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.
- Multinational Executives/Managers/Specialized Knowledge Workers (L-1) Visas—Latin American banks and manufacturers; German engineers; Restaurant and Media conglomerate from Europe.
- Extraordinary Ability (O-1) Visas—French executive and pastry chefs, sommeliers and managers; Canadian sommeliers and managers; Brazilian, Italian and Spanish artists, entertainers, and musicians.
- Specialty Workers (H-1B) Visas filed on behalf of: STEM professionals from Latin America, Europe and Asia; fashion models, entrepreneurs, business managers, and attorneys.
- Trainee (H-3) Visas—Corporate Training Programs for foreign professionals and students receiving training at U.S. companies.
- Investor (E-2) Visas—Registration of Foreign Corporations owned by nationals of “Treaty Countries” in Europe and Latin America.
- NAFTA (TN) Visas on behalf of Canadian and Mexican nationals employed by U.S. companies.
- Specialty Occupation Professionals from Australia (E-3) Visas.
- Extraordinary Ability (EB-1) Immigrant Visas—Self-Petitions filed by highly acclaimed food and hospitality workers and managers; physicists; economists; artists, and engineers.
- EB-5 Visas for Latin American investors.
Family Immigration Experience
- Fiancé(e) Visas.
- Green Cards based on marriage to U.S. Citizens, including Same-Sex marriage petitions; Joint Petitions for Removal of Conditional Residence and Waivers of Conditional Residence applications.
- Green Card petitions filed by U.S. Citizens on behalf of Parents, Siblings, Sons and Daughters; Petitions for Spouse and children of U.S. Permanent Residents.