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Sarah C.

Sarah Corstange

93 reviews
Sarah’s practice, Corstange Law, focuses on immigration for startups and businesses to help them come up with strategies to keep their founders, investors, and employees in the US. She provides all of the necessary advice to ensure her clients stay in compliance with the immigration laws. Her interest in international law inspired her to live and travel in the Middle East for years.
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Ursula T.

Ursula Trimming

53 reviews
Immigration is an area of the law that can have a serious impact on an individual's life and few attorneys understand that better than Ursula Trimming. Ms. Trimming specializes in employment-based working visas and green cards. She can also help with Marriage Green Cards, Fiance/Spouse Visas, and Family Sponsorship. Ms. Trimming provides effective services with compassion and drive.
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Umar F.

Umar Farooq

118 reviews
Umar Farooq focuses on corporate legal matters that include commercial contracts, employment matters and business operation management. He has represented Vodafone, RBS, ExonMobil and various other large corporations. Umar graduated cum laude from the University of Buffalo School of Law in 2007. He also received an Adelbert Moot Scholarship while attending the University in 2006. Umar started his own law firm in 2012 and is currently the managing business attorney.
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Jin Ho L.

Jin Ho Lee

Jin Ho Lee is primarily an immigration attorney, but he also has extensive experience in dealing with cases related to tax law, business formation, mergers, commercial contracts and copyright law. Jin has been licensed to practice law in California for the past two years. He received his J.D. degree after graduating from the University of Southern California. Jin has been the principal attorney at his own law office since December 2015.
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Stuart W.

Stuart Webster

2 reviews
Stuart Webster is an Attorney, as well as an International Legal Consultant. He is currently the Foundation Director and Shareholder for The Village Press, as well as a Seasonal Attorney. For 24 years, he served as an equity partner with a top New Zealand law firm. His main practice area is Employment Law, but he also handles legal matters in Business Law and Litigation. Stuart obtained his Bachelor of Laws from The Victoria University of Wellington and graduated with Honors.
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Faye K.

Faye Kolly

Faye Kolly is an immigration law specialist that assists companies with employment related immigration cases. She is currently an attorney at De Mott, McChesney, Curtright & Armendariz, LLP, but have also worked with FosterQuan LLP and the Human Rights Documentation Exchange. Faye is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Missouri Bar. She attended the Saint Louis University School of Law, where she completed her J.D. in 2004.
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Dahlia R.

Dahlia Radcliffe-Castillo

Dahlia Radcliffe-Castillo is the founder of the Dahlia R. Castillo Law Firm, a web-based virtual office that provides services in immigration law, particularly related to family immigration and employment immigration, to individuals anywhere in the US. In addition, Dahlia works as a freelance attorney in legal research, writing, and editing. She holds a J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
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Daisy Z.

Daisy Zhao

Daisy is the founder of DT Law Corporation and specializes in immigration, taxation, and business law. She has helped many of her clients with their business negotiations, contract reviews and draftings, purchase and sales agreements, landlord tenants, employment law issues, and civil litigations. She is a member of several associations including the Orange Count Bar Association.
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Daniel B.

Daniel Berner

1 review
Daniel Berner is the Founder of Berner Law, PLLC. Before working at his own Law Firm, Daniel worked as an Associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen, as well as Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. He is now an Immigration Attorney, focusing on employment-based non-immigrant visas, immigrant visas and investor visas. His experience includes representing clients in all sorts of different fields. Daniel was awarded the Above and Beyond Award for Excellence in Pro Bono Advocacy in both 2010 and 2011.
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