Immigration Services

Immigration Services


“Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists” ~ Roosevelt, Franklin D.

The United States of America, always a land of immigrants, continues to offer prospective immigrants the possibility of a better life. Patel Law can help you, your family member or your employees overcome legal barriers to working and living in the United States.

Our attorneys will handle your immigration needs with thorough attention to detail and the efficiency that comes with experience. Our attorneys have been practicing immigration law for over 10 years. As a full-service immigration firm, our attorney’s approach is to carefully investigate every option our clients may have, and enable them to obtain and maintain lawful status in the United States of America.

Whether you are seeking a better life, family unification, higher education, or escaping persecution or natural disasters in your home country, our attorneys can help find the right option giving you lawful immigration status.

We are a full-service Immigration Firm. Some of the legal services that we offer include:

  • Family and Business Based Visa Applications.
  • Naturalization and Green Card Applications.
  • Removal Defense and Waivers.
  • Asylum Applications and Refugee Change of Status.
  • Immigration Hearings, including Bond Hearings.
  • Preparation for future and pending Amnesty and Dream Act Benefits.


We represent foreign nationals  and U.S. citizens throughout Arizona with the complicated applications and documentation required for immigration visa and related consulate matters, including:

  • Obtaining a permanent residency “green card”.
  • Sponsorship of immigrant visas and green cards for immediate relative family members.
  • K-1 fiancé visas and K-3 wife/husband visas.
  • Naturalization applications and citizenship test preparation.


Our attorneys have assisted clients from all over the world successfully go through the naturalization process. U.S. citizens may sponsor their spouses, parents, sons and daughters as well as brothers and sisters for permanent residence in the U.S. Our attorneys understand the importance of family unity and will consider all options, so that our clients can start the process in obtaining legal status or becoming a U.S. Citizen.


Patel Law serves businesses statewide in managing visa applications. Whether you are a major corporation or a small business owner, we can help facilitate the issuance of an employee temporary work visa for employees, as well as the processing of their permanent resident (“green card”) status.

We provide representation in the following business immigration matters:

  • F-1 student visa
  • L-1 visas (transfer of managers/executives and specialized knowledge employees)
  • H-1B visas (H visas for professional workers)
  • Labor Certification (PERM)
  • J-1 exchange visitors visa
  • TN visas for citizens of Canada and Mexico (NAFTA)
  • R religious workers visa
  • P athletes and group entertainers
  • O visas for individuals of extraordinary ability
  • Investor Visas

Our experienced and capable attorneys can navigate you through the complex U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) process with compassion and respect.

Call for a consultation: 602-266-2169.


Often people come to the United States seeking protection because they have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution due to: race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, political opinion or sexuality. The United States has a long history of providing refuge to victims of religious, political, ethnic, and other forms of persecution. This tradition reflects a core element of this country’s identity as a nation committed to freedom and respect for human dignity. Law relating to asylum and admitted refugees is complex and makes it difficult to pursue. There is a large amount of documentation that must be put together very carefully in order to make sure that your claim, if valid, is considered properly.  It is important that you find an experienced attorney to handle your claim. Our attorneys know what the USCIS is looking for and are able to find the most important facts regarding your application. We prepare you for what to expect and we make sure your application is complete, accurate and includes most current country conditions.


Our attorneys are passionate advocates for immigrant rights. If you or your family member is facing deportation or removal proceedings, we can help. Some of the most common grounds for deportation removal in the U.S. includes: criminal convictions, status violations, unlawful presence, prohibited employment, unlawful entry or illegal immigration. Immigration law and the options that a person facing deportation or removal is complex. Our attorneys take pride in investigating each case carefully, and considering all options that a person has in order to stay in the U.S. legally.

If you or your family members are facing the possibility of removal or deportation, the attorney you choose is very important. You want an immigration attorney who will listen to your case and fight for your right to stay in the United States. At Patel Law, our attorneys are caring and passionate advocates for immigrant rights.

Call for a consultation: 602-266-2169.


“When an alien lives with you in your land, do not mistreat him. The alien living with you must be treated as one of your native-born. Love him as yourself, for you were aliens in Egypt.” ~ Leviticus 19:33-34.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

krishna August 9, 2016 at 4:07 pm


I need some advice on the bond breakage of employees with his employer who is on H1B. I need whether there will be any legal consequences in breaking bond contracts. Please let me know available timings over the weekend and the fees for it.


Milind Rajguru December 10, 2016 at 1:07 pm


On average how long does it take to process citizenship / green card for Ph.D. person on H1B visa if sponsored by US citizen spouse & what is approximate cost for this process? Does your firm handle such cases?

Please advise.

Best Regards,

lakhbir singh gill April 4, 2017 at 2:35 am

my case is cleared by nvc now they told me that they dont have visa numbers so i have to wait

iam benificiary my sister who is there in arizona is applicant for me & my family
iam in f4 catagory
what to do nvc had asked to complete six stp before they line up for interview & medical
my consulate is mumbai

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