Immigration in the United States can be a complex and tedious process. Individuals, families, and livelihoods depend on competent, thorough, and professional legal guidance focused on current laws and each individual set of circumstances.

Our staff understands that the importance of this process often extends beyond each individual applicant, from its effects on generations to come to the success of businesses who employ talent from abroad.  We share your determination that the process accomplishes a favorable outcome in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. 

Finding an attorney that fits your combined needs of specialized representation and personal attention is important.  Whether you’re an individual applicant, family, or a business seeking to bring in or retain talent, our firm can assist you in the process.  From straightforward to complex, we welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss how we can help. 

A free 30-minute phone or in-office consultation is available for new clients. Call our office today at 208-930-0070 or fill out the online form below.  We look forward to meeting you!

“I’ve always argued that this country has benefited immensely from the fact that we draw people from all over the world.”

∼ Alan Greenspan

“The bosom of America is open to receive not only the Opulent and respected Stranger, but the oppressed and persecuted of all Nations and Religions; whom we shall welcome to a participation of all our rights and privileges….”

∼ George Washington


Being Present In the United States Without Permission Is Not a Crime So, you or someone you know doesn’t have “papers,” or permission to be in the United States. A co-worker, a neighbor, a friend, or a family member. Maybe you aren’t sure whether they have papers, and you suspect that they do. Are they…

Next year, USCIS likely will introduce H-1B cap registration and the H-1B cap season, as we know it, will cease. Employers and attorneys will no longer be required to prepare entire petitions for cases that may not actually be selected and adjudicated. Instead, employers may enter the H-1B lottery by providing a small amount of…


“We offer a free 30 minute consultation twice per month for initial consultations. Please note there is a $25 administrative fee that must be paid prior to scheduling a free consultation. If this is not your first consultation with us, there will be a $100 charge for a 30 minute follow up consultation. If you need longer than 30 minutes for your consultation, or an expedited consultation, there will be a $200 charge. Please fill out the form below or call our office at (208) 930-0070 to discuss your consultation options. Thank you!”

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