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A North Carolina Immigration Law Firm

Based in Raleigh, NC, Edgerton Immigration Law provides high quality, personalized immigration and naturalization services to business, individual and family clients throughout the United States and around the world.  We know how difficult it is for businesses to find talented personnel and how hard it is for families to be separated. For almost twenty years, Ms. Edgerton has been trusted to help businesses and families like yours find answers when they are needed.  Ms. Edgerton has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® in the field of immigration law since 2008 and has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer® in the field of immigration law by North Carolina Super Lawyers® magazine.  In addition, Ms. Edgerton was named as the “Raleigh Best Lawyers®Immigration Law Lawyer of the Year” for 2012 by The Best Lawyers in America® and the firm has been recognized as a First-Tier law firm, the highest ranking level, in the Raleigh metropolitan area for Immigration Law by U.S. News - Best Lawyers ® “Best Law Firms” in the 2014 edition and several prior editions.

Edgerton Immigration Law is focused exclusively on helping our clients navigate the complexities of United States immigration law. From the entrepreneur seeking to start a U.S. business to a Fortune 500 company transferring key personnel to a child trying to bring her parent to the U.S., we have helped. Ms. Edgerton has worked with hundreds of domestic and multinational corporations, research institutions, academics, immigrant investors, entrepreneurs, and families throughout the U.S. in bringing people together and helping them achieve their dreams.

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Recent News

Jul
8
The Department of State (DOS) can now begin processing visa applications for  beneficiaries of approved H-1Bs with a 10/1/14 start date. Based on the authority under 9 FAM 41.53 N8.4(b), U.S. Consular posts have authority to issue visas up to 90 day… Read More
Jun
13
A U.S. Federal District Court recently held that a grant of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is considered an “admission” for U.S. immigration purposes .With few exceptions, a person who enters the U.S. illegally will be unable to apply for a gre… Read More
Jun
11
The Child Status Protection Act (CSPA), was intended to provide relief to prospective immigrants who “age out” of their preference category because they reach age 21 before their application can be completed. CSPA allows those hopeful beneficiari… Read More