Representative Clients

handshakeSince 1994, Laura Edgerton, the firm’s founding immigration attorney, has routinely and successfully represented the following clients with U.S. immigration matters ranging from temporary visas to permanent residence and naturalization:

  • A leading multinational telecommunications equipment company
  • A multinational publicly-traded equipment manufacturing company
  • Numerous contract research organizations and biotechnology companies working on life-saving and life-sustaining medical treatments
  • Cutting-edge software development companies
  • Consulting companies needing highly specialized and trained personnel
  • A global technology, industrial and consumer products company
  • Numerous multinational companies establishing new offices and manufacturing facilities in the U.S.
  • Numerous foreign investors starting new businesses in the U.S.
  • Researchers, Scientists and Physicians seeking permanent residence through the national interest waiver, outstanding researcher or extraordinary ability categories
  • Movie production companies transferring directors, producers, actors and key crew members
  • Hundreds of family members seeking to reunite with their loved ones
  • Scores of new U.S. citizens

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Recent News

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USCIS announced the resumption of premium processing for eligible Nonimmigrant Worker Petitions (Form I-129) and Immigrant Petitions for Alien Workers (Form I-140) starting in early June 2020. Premium Processing had been temporarily suspended. The re… Read More
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Effective April 27, 2020 USCIS released an updated Handbook for Employers containing several changes to the employment eligibility verification process and the automatic extension of temporary employment authorization as well as requiring new documen… Read More
Apr
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President Trump has issued an executive order that temporarily suspends entry of immigrants into the United States for 60 days. The order takes effect Thursday, April 23, 2020. There are several important limitations and exceptions to this proclamati… Read More