U.S. Immigration and Visa Law Firm
Ventresca & Ventresca, LLP, a leading immigration and visa law firm, assists individuals and corporations nationwide in U.S. employment visa matters. We also help individuals obtain non-employment entry visas and U.S. citizenship.
We work exclusively in immigration and visa law. Our thorough knowledge of the latest developments of the law and procedures of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services means that we can act rapidly to help our clients.
When you call us, you will talk directly with an experienced and informed American immigration lawyer.
We help our clients in the following matters:
Employment Based Visas
- H-1B visas
- Temporary employment related visas (such as E1, E2, H, L, O & P)
- Permanent employment-based visas (EB1, EB2, and EB3 preference categories)
- Diversity lottery visas (Green Card Lottery visas)
Non-Employment Based Visas
- Other non-immigrant visas (such as B1, B2, F & J) etc.
- Permanent family-based visas (family member and fiancé(e) (K-1) visas)
General Immigration Matters
- Advance paroles, reentry documents, and visa processing
- U.S. citizenship through naturalization
- Advice in U.S. and foreign tax law and estate planning as it affects foreign nationals living in the U.S.
When you choose a Ventresca & Ventresca, LLP immigration attorney, we start to work for you immediately. Whether you are seeking an H-1B exemption / H-1B cap, information on obtaining an H visa, or other issue, we will work hard for you. As your advocate, we will assertively and vigorously pursue your visa matter.
For most legal work we charge flat fees, and for other issues reasonable hourly rates.
If you are looking for an experienced American immigration lawyer to assist you in obtaining an H-1B visa, other employment based visa, or in your Green Card application, call us to discuss your case at 724-940-5901, 877-732-1047 or contact us online. We know that time is critical and will respond as soon as possible.
Ventresca & Ventresca, LLP serves clients nationwide (including New York, Florida, and California) and around the world.