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  • Green Card Via Investment 

  • Green Card Via Family

  • Green Card Via Employment 

  • National Interest Waiver

  • Naturalization 

  • Non-Immigrant Visas

  • Deportation 




Our firm represents U.S. employers, foreign national employees, and international students in assessing and pursuing the following immigration options:

  • Business visitors (B-1)

  • Treaty Traders and Investors (E-1 & E-2)

  • International students (F-1)

  • Professional workers (H-1B & TN)

  • Trainees (H-3 & J-1)

  • Intercompany transferees (L-1)

  • Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement (O-1)

  • Athletes, Entertainers, and Artists (P-1)

  • Religious workers (R-1)

  • Employment-based permanent residency including PERM labor certifications and special immigrant petitions for religious workers


We assist U.S. employers in meeting their immigration compliance obligations. We will work with you to develop immigration compliance procedures, audit current documentation, and answer Department of Homeland Security audits with minimal disruption to your business operations. Our  immigration compliance services include:

  • Review and assessment of in-house immigration compliance procedures

  • Internal audit of I-9 forms

  • E-verify support

  • Explanation and review of H1B public access files

  • Assistance with establishing procedures to prevent discrimination claims based on citizenship or national origin


We routinely represent U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents who want to apply for immigration benefits for their parents, spouses, children, fiancés, and siblings born outside the United States. We are experienced representing beneficiaries living in the U.S. and abroad. Our services include assistance with the following:

  • Adjustment of Status

  • Petitions to Remove the Conditions on Lawful Residency

  • Consular Processing

  • Fiancé visas

  • Waivers for Grounds of Inadmissibility

  • Certificates of Citizenship


U.S. citizenship allows individuals to fully participate in our democracy by permitting access to voting in federal and state elections; travel abroad without time restrictions and with a U.S. passport; applications for certain federal jobs; and petitions for additional family members born outside the U.S. In addition, U.S. citizens may not be deported from the U.S.

Our firm represents permanent residents seeking to become U.S. citizens through the naturalization process. We also assist individuals who were born outside of the U.S. and have a claim to U.S. citizenship based on the U.S. citizenship of one or both of their parents.

Our services include assessment and applications for:

  • Naturalization

  • Certificates of Citizenship

  • U.S. passports


The U.S. has long been a beacon of hope for individuals seeking protection from persecution; human trafficking; domestic violence and other crimes; humanitarian disasters; childhood neglect, abandonment or abuse; and other traumas. We help these survivors navigate our complex immigration system to make applications for:

  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

  • Asylum

  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

  • Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

  • T nonimmigrant status (T visas)

  • U nonimmigrant status (U visas)


We assist noncitizens granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) by monitoring proposed legislation and Department of Homeland Security guidance to assess their future immigration option.


We represent individuals in removal proceedings who want to remain in the United States. Our attorneys analyze individuals’ immigration histories, explain the options that exist to avoid deportation from the United States, and develop comprehensive trial strategies to present the strongest case possible before the Immigration Judges and government officials.

Our services include evaluating eligibility for any relief that might be available at any stage of the removal proceedings including:

  • Bond requests

  • Requests for prosecutorial discretion

  • Asylum and withholding of removal

  • Cancellation of removal for both lawful permanent residents and non-permanent residents

  • Adjustment of status in proceedings

  • Voluntary departure

  • Requests for administrative closure

  • Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals after a negative finding before the Immigration Judge


Our firm assists noncitizens in investigating their immigration options. Our services include:

  • Requesting copies of immigration records

  • Assisting clients in obtaining fingerprint records checks from law enforcement agencies

  • Obtaining criminal records

  • Counseling clients on the immigration consequences of their immigration and criminal histories

  • Advising clients and defense counsel on the immigration consequences of criminal charges and plea options

Our attorneys practice exclusively in the area of immigration and nationality law. Our co-founders started CTLAW Group to provide professional legal service and utmost care that our clients deserve. Our attorneys assess each case and design a solution for each client’s individual need.

We serve diverse clientele including individuals and corporate clients from all over the U.S. and across the world.

Our potential clients include:

  • Company transferring an L1 executive or manager from its foreign parent company

  • Individual investor investing $900,000 or $1.8 million in an EB5 project or in an approved EB5 regional center

  • Postdoc researcher self-petitioning for a national interest waiver (NIW) or EB1A extraordinary ability petition

  • Tenure track professor petitioning under EB1A extraordinary ability or EB1B outstanding professor petition

  • Researcher of a private company filing for EB1B outstanding researcher petition

  • Companies looking to fill an open position with H1B specialty occupation employee

  • Companies sponsoring a new or potential employee’s green card under PERM labor certification

  • E2 treaty investor with a substantial investment in a U.S. company

  • Entertainer or athlete seeking P visa to perform at an entertainment event or athletic competition in the U.S.

  • Individuals applying for a green card based on marriage to U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident

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