Immigration Attorneys in Virginia

Best Law Offices, P.C.

Virginia Beach, VA


Your BEST Friend for Immigration Law


Experienced Immigration Attorneys

The complex and ever-changing U.S. immigration rules can be daunting for employers and individuals alike. With a myriad of different types of visas, each with its own set of rules and procedures. Our experienced immigration attorneys at Best Law Offices, P.C. can help you sift through your options to find the best strategy in terms of time, cost, and odds for success. Perhaps your business has found a great candidate for a hard-to-fill job but the person is not a U.S. citizen. Maybe your European company wants to open a new American branch and you need to send a senior manager to the U.S. to oversee the startup. Our immigration attorneys in Virginia and other states can help you get the right visa for the right employee so your business can take advantage of what the foreign labor market has to offer.

Labor Certifications

When you have a valuable foreign employee on a limited-duration visa, we can lead you through the employment-based green card process so that you can hold on to that worker long-term. Labor certifications are among the most complicated and difficult processes in the U.S. immigration system. It is very important to build a solid foundation at the very beginning of the case to avoid pitfalls that could derail the whole process later. Our expertise, attention to detail, and careful planning are valuable tools that make this burdensome process easier for both the employer and the foreign worker.

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Family Based Immigration

Business and personal life often overlap.  We can handle the full spectrum of family-based immigration cases for both companies and individual sponsors.  If your relative is already in the U.S., we can help you apply for adjustment of status.  If your family member is still abroad, we can walk you through the immigrant visa process.  No matter the situation, our goal is to minimize the amount of time you have to spend apart from your loved one while maximizing the odds of approval.  

Perhaps you have had a green card for a while now, and you want to apply for U.S. citizenship.  We can evaluate whether you meet the naturalization requirements and guide you each step of the way.  We will help you prepare for the Civics and English tests so that you can feel confident when you walk into your citizenship interview.  And when you finally get that Certificate of Naturalization, we will celebrate the culmination of your American dream! 


What We Can Do For You

Here are some of the specific types of immigration cases we handle. We offer both hourly rate and flat fee packages customized to fit your needs.


Petition-based nonimmigrant work visas (H-1B, L-1A, L-1B).


Consular-based non-immigrant work visas (E-1, E-2, E-3, TN, B-1 in lieu of H-1B).


Non-immigrant visa applications (DS-160) & appointment scheduling for all visa types.


Family-based petitions for spouses and other relatives (I-130).


Fiancé(e) visa petitions (I-129F).


Adjustment of status applications (I-485 family-based and employment-based).


Inadmissibility and unlawful presence waivers.


H-1B lottery registrations.


Labor certification for employment-based green cards.


Employment-based green card petitions (EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3).


Responding to Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny.


Work permit & advance parole applications.


Immigrant visa processing.


Naturalization applications (N-400).


Petitions to remove conditional status (I-751).

Get in Touch

Request your free consultation with the BEST legal team today by using this form or contact us at 757-624-1800.

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