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Immigration Law

Immigration issues are complex and critical to the futures of those involved. Whether you are a business seeking immigrant and non-immigrant for your employees, an individual seeking naturalization or a family that wants to remain together in the United States, our immigration attorneys can help. At May Law Group, we are a law firm devoted exclusively to United States immigration law. Dedicated to the principles of accessibility and excellence, we are prepared to succeed for every client and are available for our clients any time they have questions.

Business Immigration Law Practice
May Law Group helps human resource departments coordinate all aspects of their employees' immigration cases, including employment visas for foreign national employees in Pittsburgh. The firm performs I-9 audits and handles employer compliance and sanctions. In business immigration, a commitment to quality and unparalleled service is vital to corporations which employ foreign nationals. The firm attorney responsible for your case is accessible twenty-four hours a day.

Our business immigration practice encompasses:

  • H1-B (Specialty Occupation Visas), H-2
  • TN Visas
  • L-1A and L-1B Visas (Intercompany Transferees)
  • E-B1, E-B2, E-B3, E-B5 visas
  • Labor Certification and Reduction in Recruitment PERM;
  • Petitions for Aliens of Extraordinary Ability
  • Outstanding Professors and Researchers
  • Multinational Managers and Executives
  • Aliens of Exceptional Ability, National Interest Waivers
  • J-waivers
  • Employment visas for foreign national employees in Pittsburgh

Family Immigration Law Practice
At May Law Group, our family immigration practice handles all areas of United States family based immigration cases. Our primary focus is on helping families stay together and become legal citizens or residents of the United States. Whether you have been living or working in the United States legally or illegally, our firm can help you evaluate your options and reach your goals. We file petitions of citizenship and handle all aspects of United States naturalization.

Our family immigration legal services also include:

  • Marriage Based Immigration Cases
  • Petitions for Alien Relatives
  • Petitions for Fiancées
  • 601 Hardship Waivers
  • J Waivers
  • Removal of Conditions
  • Interview Preparation
  • Appeals
  • Green Cards
  • Visas

Asylum Petitions
May Law Group files both affirmative and defensive asylum petitions. Affirmative asylum petitions are petitions for asylum filed with the asylum office having jurisdiction over the place of residence of the applicant for asylum. An affirmative asylum applicant is not in immigration court proceedings. Defensive asylum applications are filed with the immigration court by an individual who is in immigration court proceedings.

Contact Us
To speak to an experienced immigration attorney about your business or individual immigration needs, please contact us online or call 412-291-4400. May Law Group represents corporate clients and individuals throughout the United States, including Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, Allegheny County, and worldwide in Korea, Africa, India, and Pakistan.

Call or send an email for a free consultation. 412-291-4400 - Pittsburgh, 215-880-4977 - Philadelphia, 347-839-1700 - New York
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One PPG Place
Suite 1600
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-291-4400
Toll-Free 1-877-LAW-USIM
Facsimile: 412-291-4401
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1515 Market Street
Suite 1200
Philadelphia, PA 19102 
Phone: 215-880-4977
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830 Third Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 347-839-1700
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From offices in New York City, and Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we represent clients from throughout the U.S. and around the world, including residents of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, New York, Allegheny County, and worldwide in Korea, France, United Kingdom, Africa, India, and Pakistan.