BEST IMMIGRATION LAWYERS NYC
H1B Work Visa, L1 Visas, O1, E2, E3, Investor Entreprenuer and other Work Visas and Statuses.
F1 Visa, J1 Visas, M1 Visas, and other education-based Visa Statuses.
All Immigration Representation for companies and individuals.
Founder of Emandi Law Firm PC
Attorney Emandi is the founder and principal of the Emandi Law Firm PC practicing and specializing in best immigration lawyer for over 27+ years with the principal office located in the midtown of New York City.
Attorney Emandi is currently featured on an immigration show on TV Asia, Frontline: Immigration Challenges with Rani Emandi, Esq where Attorney Emandi speaks on the latest topics related to Immigration and the impact Covid-19 has had on immigration. The show is aired on Wednesdays, at 09:00 PM EST for four episodes beginning the week of May 13, 2020.
With vast professional experience, Attorney Emandi has been advising clients both corporate and individuals in numerous areas of immigration law, including H-1B and L-1 work visas, green cards, international business transactions, and corporate law. Attorney Emandi also assists investors and their families with all stages of the EB-5 immigration process including Adjustment of Status, Immigration visa Processing, Consular Interview Preparation, and source of Funds preparation. She also uses her vast experience to help corporations and individuals craft innovative solutions to create immigration strategies and protocols within economic constraints.
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What is Immigration
The United States of America, has long been the beneficiary of the new energy and ingenuity that immigrants bring and was built over time by immigrants. Immigrants not only made up this nation, but have continuously helped America emerge as leading power globally. Today, 14 percent of the nation’s residents are foreign-born, over half of whom are naturalized citizens. Nearly 75 percent of all immigrants, who come from diverse backgrounds across the globe, report speaking English well.
Immigrants comprise significant shares of the U.S. workforce in a range of industries and make up a third of all farming, fishing, and forestry workers, as well as nearly 25 percent of those working in computer and math sciences. The greatesh number of immigrants work in the health care and social service industry, with over 4 million immigrants providing these services. As workers, business owners, taxpayers, and neighbors, immigrants are an integral part of the country’s diverse and thriving communities and make extensive contributions that benefit all.
Practice on Immigration Visas
The law firm specializes in assisting corporations through human resource managers and individuals to procure work visas and permanent resident status for investors, business professionals, researchers, and other highly skilled workers. Specifically, visas and green cards for professionals in technology, finance, and health care are areas of expertise for the firm. Attorney Emandi leads the firm’s practice for small to mid-size enterprises and start-ups to expand their workforce within the laws of the United States Citizen and Immigration Services and the United States Department of Labor. She further advises corporate clients on labor compliance within the regulations of the federal labor guidelines.
Due to decades of experience (27+ years in immigration), Attorney Emandi has vast knowledge in immigration practically due to witnessing every type of visa case scenario at various levels over this period of time and directing her team of paralegals. The firm processes numerous H-1 & L-1 visas monthly in addition to multiple employment based green cards in an expedited manner and further processes work visas including F-1 Visas, E-1 Visas, and many other types of visa petitions. Attorney Emandi’s practice also includes immigrant visas (green cards) for all case types including but are not limited to: EB5, PERM, I-140, I-485, I-130, N-400 (naturalization/citizenship).
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Representative Legal Matters
Corporate clients include sectors such as information technology, finance and banking, health, and culinary/arts whose workforce includes foreign nationals in the United States employed in the H-1B, O-1 and L-1 visa category. The firm’s goal is immediate and attentive service and communication to our clients so that they are informed at all times. The firm is diligent in communicating with clients through its advanced immigration software systems that updates clients directly via email on the case status of their applications which also provides clients the immediate feedback they need to remain apprised of their cases. With a professional team of ten individuals including the principal attorney and legal administrator, the firm provides competent services to varied clients.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Attorney Emandi has been a member of AILA since 1997.
“The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), founded on October 14, 1946 is a voluntary bar association of over 13,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law AILA member attorneys represent U.S. families seeking permanent residence for close family members, as well as U.S. businesses seeking talent from the global marketplace. AILA members also represent foreign students, entertainers, athletes, and asylum seekers, often on a pro bono basis. AILA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that provides continuing legal education, information, professional services, and expertise through its 38 chapters and over 50 national committees. Its national headquarters are in Washington, D.C.”
South Asian Bar Association of New York (SABANY) – Member
Safe Water Network – Member
American India Foundation (Philadelphia Chapter) – Member
Rani Emandi is a member of good standing of the state bars of New York and New Jersey, and serves clients in all 50 states pursuant to federal immigration law guidelines.
The employees working here are professional, helpful , informative and have patience on responding client questions.
Only scope of improvement is faster communication.
Very knowledgeable and able to see the issues upfront and cases by case basis, My case was tricky one and they have explained every aspect to me. Decision was mine to proceed but clear information gives a lot confidence that I have a strong support with me to take care all legal issues.
I have been working with Emandi Law Firm for the last 9 years. The Law Firm could successfully file my Labor and I-140 in 2004 and 2006. The Law firm is highly professional, but with a personal touch,
I have filed my I-485 with Emandi Law firm and got approved recently.
Thanks to Emandi Law firm for the continued support and professional help during this Journey, ( from 2007 to 2006 )