Immigration Law

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Whether you’re a small company looking to hire an employee, a family trying to stay together, a victim of a crime, or a professional with years of experience in your field, it’s more important than ever to have a specialized and experienced attorney helping you navigate the U.S. immigration system.

We are committed to offering you personalized services and legal guidance. Our lawyers attend immigration proceedings, and we are your advocates throughout every process involving:

  • Family-based immigration
  • Employment-based immigration
  • Citizenship and naturalization
  • Provisional waivers
  • Consular processing
  • Family law issues


Family-based immigration covers immigration benefits for spouses, children, siblings, and parents of US Citizens and US Legal Permanent Residents. However, many immediate relatives may face numerical limits, meaning only a certain number of visas are available each year for their family-preference category. There are often more qualified applicants than available immigration visas available, creating a waiting period that can be several years or more. The team at Loung Law Firm can help you come up with a strategy to deal with these delays.

What is Employment-Based Immigration?

Working in the United Stated can provide opportunities for many hardworking and talented people. Business can also benefit from drawing in candidates from abroad. However, employment-based immigration can also be very complicated, often requiring coordination of several government agencies, the employee and the employer. Failure to submit the appropriate forms, documentations, and/or fees can seriously delay the application process. Our knowledgeable attorneys and staff can assist you in collecting the proper documentation and completing the necessary forms to have your petition processed expediently.

Removal and Deportation Defense

Immigration law is continuously changing, so it is important that you consult with an immigration attorney if you are at risk of removal, currently detained, or in removal proceedings. Removal proceedings are initiated by the issuance of a Notice to Appear (NTA), which outlines the reason why the US Government believes that you should be removed from the United States. The immigration attorneys at Loung Law Firm have helped many individuals successfully fight removal proceedings and maintain their ability to stay in the United States.