We cover Local, State, and Federal Jurisdictions.
Our Services:

We specialize in Criminal Immigration Defense, Family Law, and International Regulations involving human rights, property rights and expropriation matters.

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Our services include: Global relocation visas, Investor visas, Employment authorization
documents, Employment visas, I-9 compliance, Deportation/removal counseling,
Humanitarian visas...

Spouse of a U.S. Citizen (IR1, CR1)
Spouse of a U.S. Citizen awaiting approval of an I-130 immigrant petition (K-3)
Fiancé(e) to marry U.S. Citizen & live in U.S. (K-1)
Inter-country Adoption of Orphan Children by U.S. Citizens (IR3, IH3, IR4, IH4)
Certain Family Members of U.S. Citizens (IR2, CR2, IR5, F1, F3, F4)
Certain Family Members of Lawful Permanent Residents (F2A, F2B)
Priority workers- Persons with extraordinary ability, Outstanding professors and researchers, Multinational managers or executives (EB1)
Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability (EB2)
Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers [Other Workers] (EB3, EW3)
Certain Special Immigrants: Broadcasters in the U.S, Certain Religious workers, Certain Former Employees, Certain Iraqi and Afghan nationals, Certain IOE spouses and children, Certain NATO 6 spouses and children (EB4)
Employment Creation/Investors (EB5)
Employment creation outside a targeted area (C5)
Employment creation in a targeted rural/high unemployment area (T5)
Investor Pilot Program not in a targeted area (R5)
Investor Pilot Program in a targeted area (I5)
Religious Workers (SD, SR)
Iraqi and Afghan Translators/Interpreters (SI)
Iraqis Who Worked for/on Behalf of the U.S. Government (SQ)
Afghans Who Worked for/on Behalf of the U.S. Government (SQ)
Diversity Immigrant Visa (DV)
Returning Resident (SB)
B-1: Business, Athlete, Domestic Employee, Nanny
B-2: Tourism, vacation, pleasure, medical treatment visitor
BCC: Border Crossing Card: Mexico
C: Transiting the United States
CW-1: Transitional worker
D: Crewmember
E: Treaty trader/treaty investor
E-3: Australian professional specialty
F, M: Student: academic, vocational
H-1B: Specialty occupations with specialized knowledge
H-1B1: Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Professional:
H-2A: Temporary agricultural worker
H-2B: Temporary worker /seasonal labor
H-3: Training Program
I: Media, journalist
J: Exchange Visitor- Au pair, Teacher, Scholar, Physician
L: Intra-company transferee
O: Foreign national with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business or Athletics
P: Performing athlete, artist, entertainer
Q: International cultural exchange visitor
R: Religious worker
T: Victim of Human Trafficking
TN/TD: NAFTA professional worker: Mexico, Canada
U: Victim of Criminal Activity
V: Non-immigrant Visa for Spouse and Children of a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR)

Our services include: Global visas, Work permits, Naturalization, Deportation Counsel, Hearings, Waivers and Litigation, and Family visas.


Our Services Include: Adjustment of status, Deportation proceedings, Waivers of inadmissibility, Asylum, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) & U Visa

Family Law

Alimony / Spousal Support
Appeals / Writ Petitions
Child Custody
Child Support
 Domestic Violence
 Grandparent's Rights (and for other non-parents)
Guardianship (over a child)
 Legal Separation
Mediation Services
Post-Nuptial Agreements
Pre-Nuptial Agreements
Set Asides of Orders / Defaults
Second Opinions
Temporary Protection Orders
Termination of Parental Rights

We provide aggressive representation in divorce, separation, custody, child support, and alimony.


"Anyone who feels trapped in a marriage can find many marriage counselors, each with their own opinions, to tell them what's best. But when it comes to divorce, it takes more than an opinion to discover the right thing to do — it takes wisdom",  Focus on the family.

Having said that, The most common ground for receiving a divorce is where the husband and wife are “incompatible.” When obtaining a divorce due to incompatibility it is important to remember that you or your spouse have a right to get a divorce even if the other party does not want one.

You can only get divorced in Nevada if one of the parties is a resident of the state of Nevada for at least six weeks prior to the filing of the Complaint for Divorce. The most common way to prove residency is by providing a witness who lives in Nevada to testify that you have lived in Nevada for at least six weeks prior to your filing for Divorce


No divorce or separation is without stress. When kids under the age of 18 years are involved, it’s quite challenging to determine who will live with children, spend time with them, have the privilege and responsibility of making decisions regarding their health, their religious upbringing and education.

Our custody attorney will guide you through this tumultuous time and help create a solution for stable environment for your children and reduce the stress.

In most cases, child support is fairly-simple to determine and can be resolved without going to court. Children are precious, and every decision that we make is to serve the best interests of them by determining the most appropriate custody arrangement. We will look for innovative resolutions to protect your children’s best interests

Nevada court systems often give parents who are divorcing joint legal custody. Sole legal custody is rare in Nevada, and is only awarded if one parent has no involvement with the child, is a felon, is mentally impaired, or does not want any legal rights. We will explain the difference between joint physical custody and one parent having primary physical custody.

We will put together a thorough creative solution for the custody of your children using litigation or custody mediation

Our interest is protecting your interest (safeguarding your children).


Divorce can be a very complex matter, especially when under age kids are involved. Child custody may lead to Child Support and Alimony.

Child support is money paid to the custodial parent to pay for reasonable needs of the child or children for health, education and other maintenance. Sometimes, additional support may be requested to pay for extra expenses incorporated into separation agreements / consent order. The Punishment Act of 1998 enforces legal means to get the default parent to pay for child support. Prison terms and fines can be levied.

Alimony is money paid to when one spouse has given up earning potential in order to raise the children, the other spouse needs to compensate him or her. It’s also to help a spouse continue the standard of living they had during marriage. Alimony is not meant to help with childcare expenses, extracurricular activities, or other expenses related to children. Nevada has three types of alimony; temporary, rehabilitative, and permanent. There are many factors that go in to calculate spousal support. In order to understand your options, you should discuss the possibility of paying or receiving alimony with our experienced divorce attorney who will review your case at no initial charge to you.

International Law

Modern World has become increasingly complex with the increasing regulations of international trade, human rights, and labor laws. Companies are facing many challenges in conducting businesses in Global settings. Our team works with clients in clarifying national and international rules as they relate to goods and services, emigration, and rights and responsibilities of workers abroad. We arbitrate issues related to private individuals, associations and commercial organizations.


We serve as lead counsel in arbitration-related litigation matters. We offer following services:

  • Trade due diligence guidance
  • Export /Imports control restrictions and sanctions
  • Dispute resolution through arbitration, litigation and trade proceedings.
  • Multilateral international flow of investment
  • Arbitrations among investors and states

Our mission is to protect life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness for all. We fight for the basic rights of every human being regardless of their nation, location, language, religion, ethnic origin or any other status. We believe that we all have rights no matter where we come from, and where we go. We focus on cases involving issues such as equality, human rights, social freedom, and discrimination. We stand to protect the rights of every human being in view of the following principles:

  • We are all born free & equal
  • We all have the right to life
  • We all have freedom from torture
  • We have workers’ rights
  • We have the right to public assembly
  • We have right to trial
  • We have right to privacy
  • We have freedom of expression.
  • We have freedom of thought, conscience and religion

We consult, arbitrate/litigate in the following areas;

  • Wrongful imprisonment
  • Human trafficking
  • Wrongful death
  • Torture

No business can discriminate based on sex, age, religion, disability, race or ethnicity, and can't pay members of protected groups different salaries or hourly wages. These laws are of great importance because they have uniform purpose: they protect employees' rights and set forth employers' obligations and responsibilities

We litigate/mediate before administrative agencies like the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the U.S. Department of Labor.

We discover and leverage every relevant fact to best represent our clients.

We protect worker's rights, improve worker safety, prevent child labor, and increase workers' bargaining power relative to their employers. We guard against unfair treatment and unsafe working conditions, workplace safety problems and other legal violations,

We serve following area ranging from pay requirements to parental leave benefits.

  • Wrongful termination and retaliation.
  • Discrimination and harassment.
  • Wage and hour law (exemptions, overtime, commissions, etc.)
  • Employee privacy.
  • Breach of confidentiality.
  • Workers’ compensation.
  • Unfair competition and trade secrets.
  • Employee raiding, computer sabotage and client solicitation.
  • Leave and other benefits.
  • Employee health and safety.
  • OSHA investigations and citations.
  • Counseling and training employers and employees.
  • Federal contractor compliance.