immigration legal services

Christopher Alberto provides top notch representation for businesses and individuals navigating the complex United States immigration laws.  The full spectrum of immigration services range from obtaining temporary or permanent immigration status in the United States for foreign nationals, litigating problematic and previously denied cases before the federal courts, assisting clients achieve favorable changes in immigration law before the United States Congress, and practicing before United States Department of State consulates abroad including representation at in-person meetings at consulates abroad.     


 Mr. Alberto's prior experience representing the United States Departments of Homeland Security, Labor, State, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement before federal courts on numerous immigration cases provides him that hard-to-find insight and strategic analysis necessary to ensure you achieve your immigration goals. 


 On behalf of business clients, Mr. Alberto's services include: (i) filing petitions for "H-1B" temporary professional workers, "L-1" intracompany transferees, as well as applications for "TN" Free Trade and other categories of work status in the United States; (ii) preparing and filing related "labor certification" applications, immigrant petitions, and applications for permanent residence; (iii) help employers with all required steps in the immigration process for "H-2B"  temporary or seasonal workers; (iv) help companies with large numbers of foreign national employees to develop cost-efficient, effective strategies for high-volume processing of immigration petitions and applications.


On behalf of individual clients, Mr. Alberto's services include: (i) preparing and filing immigration related petitions and applications in the United States; (ii) assist with the visa application procedures at the United States consulates abroad; (iii)  pursuing complex matters involving temporary (O-1) and permanent classification for "aliens of extraordinary ability" and "outstanding researchers," the "national interest waiver" of labor certification and waiver of the two-year home-country residence requirement for "J-1" exchange visitors; (iv) handle complex,  problematic, and previously denied cases at the United States District Courts and the United States Court of Appeals.