Silicon Valley Immigration Lawyer

The Gee Law Firm practices exclusively in U.S. immigration and naturalization law. We provide professional legal assistance in the areas of business and family immigration. This firm represents both employers and employees in obtaining nonimmigrant visas so that employees can work in the U.S. temporarily.

We also represent employers and employees in obtaining permanent residence ("a green card"), so that employees can live permanently in the U.S. Clients include multi-national hardware companies, software companies, agricultural science companies, medical device companies, concert promoters and event planners, colleges and universities, and many others.

We also assist fiancees, married couples, and families with the family immigration process. The Gee Law Firm has helped husbands, wives, children, parents, and fiancees immigrate to the U.S. from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, the Philippines, Japan, Myanmar, India, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ethiopia, Mexico, Canada, Israel, Brazil, Iran, Pakistan, Romania, and many other countries.

We can also provide legal assistance with asylum applicants, naturalization issues, J-1 waivers, and appeals.

The Gee Law Firm strives to provide superior customer service and results, at a reasonable price. Please call to discuss how we can help you with your immigration needs.

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  • Same-Sex Couples Can Finally Apply for Marriage-Based Green Cards July 1, 2013. The first marriage-based green card for the same-sex spouse of a U.S. citizen was approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) last Friday, just days after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

  • USCIS Redesigns Replacement Citizenship and Naturalization Certificates July 1, 2013. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today began issuing redesigned certificates for citizenship and naturalization for individuals who request replacement certificates (Form N-561, Replacement Certificate of Citizenship, and Form N-570, Replacement Certificate of Naturalization).

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Silicon Valley Immigration Lawyer