Why Choose Us?
We help our clients make informed decisions. Everyone’s situation is different, so we focus on helping our clients determine and interpret what options are available and what may make the most sense to their specific situation.
We will tell you more than just that the law is this and this is what needs to be done to comply. We will discuss how the laws as written may say one thing, but our experience dictates something else. We will tell you when you need to do more than just follow the law to succeed, and we will set out exactly what that something else is.
Since 1981, Jimmy W. Go, our firm’s founder and principal attorney, has demonstrated a record of success and actual experience in obtaining temporary visas, permanent residence, and U.S. citizenship for individuals, family members, fiances, relatives, employees, professionals, religious workers, investors, business owners, athletes, and performing artists, executives and managers, exchange visitors, and others recognized as having extraordinary or exceptional abilities.
We have a lot of experience helping individuals, businesses, and organizations navigate immigration cases that intersect with other practice areas, such as adoption, business, employment, estate planning, family law, and real estate. Other lawyers seek our help when faced with legal issues that include areas outside their practice field.
We are committed to forming long-lasting relationships with our clients as their trusted legal advisor. We do so by maintaining a high standard of professionalism and ethics. We help our clients think and plan ahead. We take the time to understand their immediate and long-term objectives. We accept only a limited number of cases at any given time to ensure we do what we say we will do.
While we prize and value the contributions of our paralegals and staff, we feel strongly that your legal matters deserve the time and attention of a duly licensed attorney who will give your case more than a cursory review. We look out for our clients by keeping up and analyzing changing laws, regulations, government policy memos, and court case decisions.