has been practising immigration law exclusively for the past 17 years. Michael’s focused experience allows him to guide his clients through the complex and constantly changing labyrinth of immigration laws and regulations. Michael’s knowledge and understanding of immigration laws and critical insight into the immigration process qualifies him to represent businesses, employers, and individuals alike with a wide range of immigration-related needs and services. He assists employers – including hospitals, colleges and universities, technology companies, religious organizations, and small companies – in obtaining nonimmigrant and immigrant status for their employees. He also has extensive experience working with physicians, postdoctoral researchers, professors, engineers, scholars, scientists, international business executives and managers, investors, and others of extraordinary ability. He also counsels employers concerning I-9 verification compliance, E-Verify status and related immigration-employment enforcement issues. Michael also represents individuals on a variety of family-based immigration and naturalization matters.
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