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Ahluwalia Law Offices, PC is a boutique law firm located in Dallas-Fort Worth area and also serving the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Our legal team provides exceptional services in areas of Employment and Family based Immigration, Family Law, Corporate Law and Civil matters.
We have people available who can translate a variety of languages, including Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish, French, Urdu, Gujrati, Nepali, Farsi, and Chinese.
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Areas of practice
We represent corporations in all areas, with experience in employer-employee contracts, dispute resolutions, department of labor disputes, audit representations, and pre-litigation negotiations.
Family is the most fundamental building block in our society. At Ahluwalia Law Offices, we understand matters involving family are not only legally complex but also stressful and emotional.
Ahluwalia Law Offices, PC provide an extensive range of family and employment based immigration services. We represent individuals, corporate clients, and non-profit organizations.
Our firm is here to
At Ahluwalia Law Offices PC, we thoroughly enjoy the practice of law and receive great satisfaction in providing the best quality of work to our clients. Whether it is Corporate, Immigration, or Family Law, we throw our energy into every case and are not content until our clients fully satisfied.
Questions I’ve Answered
Naturalization | Employment-based visas | Immigration | Asylum
Question: My H-1B is with Employer A with I-140 approved for more than 3 years, have new job offer with employer B who is ready to file for my H-1B transfer. If H-1B with employer B gets approved, do I have to start working for employer B or can i still stay with employer A?
Question: I am on H-1B and my wife is on H-4 visa. My wife has started her studies (MS in Business analytics at UNT Denton) from Fall 2017 and she plan to graduate in Dec 2018. She is planning to convert from H4 to F1 now, so I had few questions regarding it:
1) How long does the change of status process takes?
2) What documents will be required to be submitted for change of status to USCIS?
3) My PERM will be filed soon for GC, will that affect her petition?
Answer: The change of status takes about 6-9 months. So most of the course work will finish prior to F1 kicking in and the availability of OPT will be impacted, if that’s the goal. Further, the filing of PERM does not impact the spouse and their status.
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Blogs From my Desk
Beginning September 11, 2018, USCIS has extended and expanded suspension of premium processing for certain H-1B petitions. The suspension will…
In past two weeks, USCIS has released two significant policy memorandums that we discuss below. Policy Memorandum, July 13, 2018:…
The immigration world is changing everyday with new headlines. We attempt to bring together some of the immigration updates that…