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USA Immigration Solutions

Tysons Corner

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Headquartered in Alexandria, VA and Tyson’s Corner, VA with meetings available throughout the D.C., Virginia, and Maryland area, as well as online!

USA Immigration Solutions represents clients on a global basis:

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I love helping families live and support each other. I love seeing young professionals work through the immigration challenges so they may start their careers. I love providing security for families, companies, and employees so that they may continue living peacefully and growing with our diverse nation.

I have been working with immigrant communities since 2005. In the last 15 years, there have been significant difficulties in securing work and travel authorization in the United States. Helping immigrants secure a way to provide for their families and build their specific cultural community in the US has inspired me to start my firm.

I have been working in immigration law since 2005. I have more than 15 years’ experience in general immigration law. I spent my first 5 years as a Senior Paralegal at the reputable immigration law firm located in Boston, MA. During my time there I assisted in the representation of businesses, institutions and individuals on a wide range of U.S. immigration and nationality issues. While working as a paralegal, I attended Suffolk University Law School evening program in pursuit of my Juris Doctor which I earned in 2012 with honors. I passed the New York State Bar Exam and have been a licensed immigration attorney since August 2012. Upon licensure, I moved to San Francisco, CA to be an Associate at Ryvin Wallace Group. As an Associate I filed numerous and complex business and family-based immigration cases. My primary focuses were on employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant cases for technology start-ups and government contractors. In 2015, I relocated to Washington, D.C. as an Associate for Deutsch, Killea & Eapen working on immigration cases nationwide, in Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland.

I particularly handle non-immigrant H-1B Specialty Worker cases, employment-based permanent-residence cases (Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher, National Interest Waiver and PERM labor certification). This includes I-140 immigrant petitions, followed by adjustment of status or consular processing.

I also have a successful track record securing permanent residence based on fiancé, marriage and parent-child relationships.


Finding a way to bring and keep your family together is a priority for USA Immigration Solutions. Whether you and your partner are considering engagement or have already gotten married, our office can file the appropriate paperwork. We provide accurate timelines for work and travel authorization and suggest sufficient bona fide marriage evidence to gather. Our seasoned attorney will prepare and attend the USCIS interview so neither of you will run into any surprises.

Uniting families is one of the foundations of U.S. immigration law. There are avenues available to bring your parents and children into the U.S. If you are a U.S. Citizen over the age of 21, you may petition for an immigrant visa for your parents living abroad. U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents are also eligible to petition for their children. There are longer processing times for children over 21.

Under certain circumstances you may be able to file the applications while they are in the U.S. (Adjustment of Status) or abroad (Consular Processing).

There is a cap on the number of visas allowed based on your country of origin and family category. Applicants may have to wait several years before a visa becomes available. Please see the U.S. Department of State's monthly visa bulletin for more information.

One of the most common paths towards permanent residency is through Labor Certification (PERM). An employer who would like to petition for a current or potential employee may test the labor market through a complex advertising process monitored by the Department of Labor.

Labor Certification is the most commonly used path for legal permanent residency for employees working under an H1B visa. It is also available for individuals participating in J programs or on temporary Employment Authorization Cards. In addition, an employer may file for an employee who lives outside the United States. Once legal permanent residency is approved, the individual may enter the United States as a legal permanent resident and begin working for the employer.

The entrepreneurial communities are founded on innovative ideas and discoveries that do not fit into the traditional framework of employment. There is no “start-up” immigrant visa category, but there is there is a unique avenue to obtain permanent residency (EB-1) for your exceptional accomplishments and contributions.

Many extraordinary individuals would like to explore freelancing or start up options for their career paths but require company sponsorship for their work authorization. Individuals may self-petition through this visa category.

Some entrepreneurial and research communities are founded on innovative ideas and discoveries that do not fit into the traditional framework of employment but contribute to the Nation. There is no freelance or start-up immigrant visa category, but there is there is a unique avenue to obtain permanent residency (EB-2) for your exceptional accomplishments and contributions that specifically promote and benefit the United States’ national goals.

This is a unique category that does not require employer sponsorship. An individual may self-petition in order to secure legal permanent residency in the United States.