Feldman Feldman & Associates PC handles all types of immigration law including business visas, family visas, investment visas, citizenship, and deportation.
Our skilled and experienced immigration lawyers care about you and your family.
Feldman Feldman & Associates can assist with EB-5 green cards as well as petitions for businesses such as: H-1B visas, Labor Certifications, intra-company transfers, investor visas, and many others.
We also help many immigrants and United States Citizens obtain a visa or permanent residency for their family members. While our law offices are located in San Diego, California we represent clients who live and work all over America.
Our attorneys know how important YOUR case is. An attorney will promptly respond to all emails and phone calls. Almost all cases are done on an affordable flat fee basis that includes unlimited emails and phone calls about your case.
Lynne has praicticed immigration law for over 20 years. She has also taught immigration law at the University of Illinois School of Law and has written articles teaching other immigration attorneys how to practice immigration law.
Jason Feldman practices immigration law in San Diego, California. He focuses his practice on helping foreign nationals obtain extraordinary ability green cards, EB-5 investor green cards, investor visas (E-2), intra-company transfers (L-1A), labor certifications, H-1B's, and other cases related to business immigration law. He is also a World and National Champion Bridge Player.
Danielle practices Immigration law at Feldman Feldman & Associates, PC. Danielle concentrates in deportation, detention, and removal issues as well as other family immigration law matters. Danielle is fluent in English and Spanish
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