AREAS OF PRACTICE

In law, wrongs are categorized as torts. These wrongs range from intentional conduct, such as assault, to negligence conduct, such as a car wreck.

In all tort cases the wrong must result in harm to another that is recognized as a legal injury. The injury may involve a bodily injury, property damage or any invasion of a personal right, including mental suffering and false imprisonment, as well as others.

We can consult with you concerning any injuries you may have suffered. Keeping accurate records, reports, receipts for expenses and lost wages related to your accidental injury is critical. We will use this information in the preparation of your case.

By example, motor vehicle accidents can vary in severity from a simple fender bender to a fatal crash. Whether referred to as an automobile accident, auto collision, car accident, car crash, or car wreck – motor vehicle accidents are an unfortunate fact of life. These costly and traumatic experiences make up the majority of personal injury claims in the United States. They can result in an array of injuries from whiplash to hearing loss, broken bones to burns – injuries which often go undetected for substantial periods of time. It is critical that you keep accurate records and contact a licensed attorney immediately when involved in a motor vehicle accident.

The attorneys at Parker Law Firm take the worry out of injury. We offer a range of payment options, including contingency fees, which may result in no out-of-pocket or upfront expense to you. We also handle all the communications and document preparation. We communicate directly with your health care provides, insurance companies, law enforcement, and your employer to ensure that all aspect of the injury is documented.

As a victim, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, loss of income, disability, wrongful death, and pain and suffering, among others. Once the damages you suffered for the injury are reasonably known, our firm prepares a compilation of all your medical bills, lost wages and other damages. Ultimately, our firm forwards a demand letter to the wrongdoer or responsible insurance company on your behalf, requesting payment in an amount that makes you whole. Our attorneys are committed to helping you achieve fair compensation for your claim, whether through demand letters, pre-suit settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration or trial.

Most victims settle injury claims without legal representation. Regardless, insurance companies in the business to make money, and one of their chief concerns is in limiting the amount of money that they pay out. When an insurance company presents a settlement offer, it is in the victim’s best interests to discuss the situation with a lawyer. Parker Law Firm is familiar with the many tactics that insurance companies use to get you to settle quickly and for less compensation than you deserve. The attorneys in our firm have years of experience dealing with insurance companies and handling accident claims. While our attorneys usually try to negotiate a fair settlement before filing a lawsuit, we will not hesitate to go to trial if necessary to protect your rights.

All initial consultations are free. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury please speak with an experienced attorney to ensure that your legal rights are protected.

Allegations for any criminal offense, misdemeanor or felony, may have lasting detrimental consequences to a citizen and his or her family. In addition to facing the stress of dealing with criminal charges and a case in court, you are faced with the possibility of being sent to county jail or prison if you are convicted. Additional criminal penalties may be enforced as well, including fines, probation, sex offender registration, mandatory counseling, rehabilitation, or driver’s license suspension. Dealing with these penalties and also the burden of having a criminal record can be confusing and overwhelming.

Allegations for any criminal offense, misdemeanor or felony, may have lasting detrimental consequences to a citizen and his or her family. The criminal defense attorneys at Parker Law Firm aggressively defend the constitutional rights of the accused.

James E. Moore, IV, is a former deputy prosecuting attorney on staff as a private defense attorney with Parker Law Firm. Mr. Moore understands the criminal justice system from both sides – prosecution and defense. Experience working with prosecuting attorneys and judges allows the risks associated with any particular case to be reasonably calculated. In addition, alternative sentences can be explored in an effort to offer clients the least amount of permanent damage to their reputation and record, while at the same time providing rehabilitation. From initial appearance to plea bargains and trial, Parker Law Firm will work diligently to protect your rights and avoid a conviction.

Our attorneys have handled numerous criminal cases in both the State and Federal Courts located in Arkansas. We regularly defend clients in Central and Northwest Arkansas, including Lonoke, Pulaski, Washington, Benton, Carroll and Madison County Circuit Courts along with all the associated district courts including Lonoke, Little Rock, Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville, Huntsville, Eureka Springs, Gentry, Siloam Springs, Farmington, Prairie Grove, Elkins, Pea Ridge, and Lowell. We also handle federal charges in the United States District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Arkansas.
The attorneys at Parker Law Firm take pride in providing justice for those accused of a crime in the State of Arkansas. Providing justice for Arkansas is our number one priority.

Acting as counsel to founders, buyers, and sellers, we have significant experience representing businesses from formation to sale and have dedicated resources to make sure that you understand every aspect of the transaction. Our attorneys represent every type of business entity available in Arkansas, including S corporations, C corporations, limited liability companies, general partnerships, limited partnerships, sole proprietorships and nonprofit corporations. From choosing an entity type, reserving and filing a corporate name, filing articles of incorporation or organization, filing foreign corporations, and reserving trademarks and service marks, our attorneys are here to walk you through every step of the process.

The terms “corporation” and “corporate” are used in a general sense and encompass all business organizations regulated by the State of Arkansas. Persons desiring to organize a corporation in Arkansas must apply to the Arkansas Secretary of State for authority to conduct business or other activities as a corporation. Through the Business and Commercial Services Division, the Arkansas Secretary of State approves various kinds of corporate transactions and issues certificates giving effect to these transactions. The Business and Commercial Services Division is also the holder of the records of almost 140,000 active corporations organized in or authorized to conduct business in Arkansas and these files are public and may be inspected or copied upon request for a fee.

When starting a business, you may choose from several business forms or organizations. A variety of organizational structures are available for transacting business in Arkansas. In deciding which form of business is appropriate for your venture, a lawyer, CPA, tax advisor or financial advisor can provide critical information. Choosing the proper business entity for your business is vital to the success of your project. One of the primary considerations in selecting a business organization is protection of the owners of the business from liability. Other considerations include tax treatment by the federal and state governments, management structure, future ownership, and capitalization. Arkansas laws determine how particular entities should be set up and conduct their business. These laws are very specific and set out the legal responsibility of each business form. Taxing authorities and regulatory agencies also have laws that pertain to business. There is much written about choosing and how to set up the proper form of business for your needs. Information can be found at libraries, small business development centers and on the Internet. Ultimately, however, legal counsel or a certified public accountant may be needed to help you make the decision.

Choosing the right business entity to maximize profits and minimize taxes is the foundation of business tax planning, and our attorneys are second to none among Arkansas law firms in their ability to advise your company. We help our clients evaluate which entity is best to meet growth and financing needs while taking full advantage of available tax advantages and limiting liability.
With respect to intellectual property, individuals and entities, both foreign and domestic, may choose to register their trademarks or service marks with the State of Arkansas and or the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”). A trademark is recognized as a symbol of the business and its product, and is denoted by “TM” as a superscript or subscript beside the mark. Only a trademark registered with the USPTO may use the ® mark. A service mark, denoted by “SM,” symbolizes the services an entity offers. The attorneys at Parker Law Firm have handled every aspect of the trademark process. From filing an application, to prosecution and appeal, our attorneys can ensure that your trademark is registered and protected.

If you are buying or selling a business (often referred to as a merger or acquisition or “M&A”) our attorneys will help you with the structuring, negotiation, documentation and closing of the deal, using our firm’s full resources for everything from due diligence and tax-efficient deal structures, to financing and antitrust approval, to due diligence of employee benefits and non-compete agreements in the acquired entity. From sole proprietorships to C corporations, we have handled transactions for companies in a variety of business sectors, including retail, manufacturing, construction, technology and health care.

The attorneys at Parker Law Firm assist clients in a range of transactions, such as asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, and joint ventures. Acting as counsel to both buyers and sellers, we have significant experience representing clients in many different industry segments and have dedicated resources to make sure that we understand every aspect of each client’s business.

Our team works with clients dealing in corporate, transactional and M&A matters who expect their lawyers to provide strategic counsel and practical solutions delivered on time and on demand. Often, however, transactions require a multidisciplinary but unified approach drawing industry knowledge across several sectors. Our experience includes representing clients from a wide spectrum of industries, and we regularly are called to draw on our knowledge of tax, ERISA, securities, labor and employment, environmental, immigration and intellectual property law.

The key to a successful engagement lies in the client-favored outcome of each transaction. Through a combination of industry experience, transactional knowledge and ongoing communication, Parker Law Firm has repeatedly achieved positive results and exceeded client expectations.

As our family members age, we are sometimes faced with difficult decisions regarding their health and well-being. A lot of those decisions concern what actions should be taken when our family members begin exhibiting dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease symptoms. In the event an individual is unable to manage his/her own affairs and advance directives have not been completed, a guardianship allows a trusted family member or friend to do so. Parker Law Firm advises clients regarding all aspects of legal guardianship proceedings.

The guardianship process requires the filing of court documents, attendance and presentation of evidence at a court hearing, and the post-appointment filing of court documents.

Children and other relatives, such as nieces, nephews and cousins, frequently consult Parker Law Firm about their legal rights and obligations when a guardian proceeding is necessary, or has already been commenced either by the Department of Human Affairs Adult Protective Services or another family member. In some cases, the children and other relatives live out of state, making it extremely difficult to participate in the guardianship process. Parker Law Firm fills this void by attending all hearings scheduled by the court and filing legal papers with the court outlining our clients’ position regarding the need for the appointment of a guardian, who the appointed guardian should be, the development of a care plan for the ward and the development of a plan for the management of the ward’s assets.

Parker Law Firm is a full service estate planning firm, using wills and trusts to accomplish the most proper end of life plan for our clients. These documents provide for asset protection during life, asset distribution upon death and may allow the estate to avoid probate. We advise clients regarding the benefits, advantages and disadvantages of different trusts and assist clients with funding issues.

When drafting last will and testaments, we take all issues into consideration including choices of personal representatives; payment methods; testamentary plans; trusts for spouses, children, and pets; and pourover provisions.

We use revocable trusts to allow our clients to avoid the probate process, provide a means for proper asset distribution and ensure the proper management of assets in the event of incapacity.

We create irrevocable trusts to protect client assets from creditors (including Medicaid as a creditor), provide a means for asset preservation, create a vehicle to receive asset transfers, maximize tax benefits and facilitate planning for Medicaid.

We use revocable trusts to allow our clients to avoid the probate process, and provide a means for proper asset distribution and proper management of assets in the event of incapacity.

Revocable trusts name a trustee who will continue to properly manage one’s assets in the event of permanent loss of capacity, temporary unavailability or upon death. A revocable trust may be used to retain assets for many later generations and leave a legacy from the grantor while properly planning for all available tax benefits. The administration of a trust typically results in considerably less attorney fees then otherwise applicable probate fees.

Within the revocable trust there are many available planning options. For example, the trust can provide for protective trusts in the event one beneficiary is an inappropriate spender or too immature to handle the assets, if a beneficiary is disabled in any way, or if a beneficiary is going through a divorce. It may also plan for charitable gifts and specific gifts of property.

In recent years there have been some positive signs that the economy is recovering from the recession, but the construction industry continues to suffer badly. Public investment in infrastructure to spur economic growth provides some promise, but the construction industry must make significant strides to return to form.

The construction industry counts on our firm to employ a creative, proactive and business-minded approach to solving problems. We assist with all phases of the project, from design and planning, to contract negotiation, preparation, bidding and review, construction, errors and omission defense, insurance claims, surety/bond issues, litigation, and dispute resolution.

Our attorneys understand the intricacies of the construction industry and use techniques structured to resolve disputes efficiently for our clients. Experience has shown that dealing with the potential problem right away often results in a more favorable resolution, and where appropriate, our attorneys frequently pursue alternative dispute resolution methods, including arbitration or mediation. We understand clients have different business objectives, ranging from recouping losses to limiting financial exposure. We work with our clients to assess the issues and risks before devising a plan to meet the client’s objectives.

A well-drafted contract is often the best defense against litigation. Parker Law Firm’s attorneys have experience handling construction and development projects from idea inception through project completion. We call upon this experience in negotiation – working to craft a contract or agreement that reflects the needs and concerns of each particular client.

To complete our comprehensive approach to client service our attorneys analyze project completion issues such as insurance requirements, indemnity provisions, performance and schedule guarantees, and issues surrounding LEED projects.

We also negotiate rights relating to unforeseen conditions, defective or non-conforming work, time extensions, progress and final payments, warranty and lien claims, additional compensation and project closeout.

Whether you’re the landowner, general contractor or investor, Parker Law Firm can provide sound legal advise with respect to any construction project.

Acting as counsel to founders, buyers, and sellers, we have significant experience representing businesses from formation to sale, and have dedicated resources to make sure that you understand every aspect of the transaction. Our attorneys represent every type of business entity available in Arkansas, including S corporations, C corporations, limited liability companies, general partnerships, limited partnerships, sole proprietorships and nonprofit corporations. From choosing an entity type, reserving and filing a corporate name, filing articles of incorporation or organization, filing foreign corporations, and reserving trademarks and service marks, our attorneys are here to walk you through every step of the process.

The terms “corporation” and “corporate” are used in a general sense and encompass all business organizations regulated by the State of Arkansas. Persons desiring to organize a corporation in Arkansas must apply to the Arkansas Secretary of State for authority to conduct business or other activities as a corporation. Through the Business and Commercial Services Division, the Arkansas Secretary of State approves various kinds of corporate transactions and issues certificates giving effect to these transactions. The Business and Commercial Services Division is also the holder of the records of almost 140,000 active corporations organized in or authorized to conduct business in Arkansas and these files are public and may be inspected or copied upon request for a fee.

When starting a business, you may choose from several business forms or organizations. A variety of organizational structures are available for transacting business in Arkansas. In deciding which form of business is appropriate for your venture, a lawyer, CPA, tax advisor or financial advisor can provide critical information. Choosing the proper business entity for your business is vital to the success of your project. One of the primary considerations in selecting a business organization is protection of the owners of the business from liability. Other considerations include tax treatment by the federal and state governments, management structure, future ownership, and capitalization. Arkansas laws determine how particular entities should be set up and conduct their business. These laws are very specific and set out the legal responsibility of each business form. Taxing authorities and regulatory agencies also have laws that pertain to business. There is much written about choosing and how to set up the proper form of business for your needs. Information can be found at libraries, small business development centers and on the Internet. Ultimately, however, legal counsel or a certified public accountant may be needed to help you make the decision.

Choosing the right business entity to maximize profits and minimize taxes is the foundation of business tax planning, and our attorneys are second to none among Arkansas law firms in their ability to advise your company. We help our clients evaluate which entity is best to meet growth and financing needs while taking full advantage of available tax advantages and limiting liability.

With respect to intellectual property, individuals and entities, both foreign and domestic, may choose to register their trademarks or service marks with the State of Arkansas and or the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”). A trademark is recognized as a symbol of the business and its product, and is denoted by “TM” as a superscript or subscript beside the mark. Only a trademark registered with the USPTO may use the ® mark. A service mark, denoted by “SM,” symbolizes the services an entity offers. The attorneys at Parker Law Firm have handled every aspect of the trademark process. From filing an application, to prosecution and appeal, our attorneys can ensure that your trademark is registered and protected.

If you are buying or selling a business (often referred to as a merger or acquisition or “M&A”) our attorneys will help you with the structuring, negotiation, documentation and closing of the deal, using our firm’s full resources for everything from due diligence and tax-efficient deal structures, to financing and antitrust approval, to due diligence of employee benefits and non-compete agreements in the acquired entity. From sole proprietorships to C corporations, we have handled transactions for companies in a variety of business sectors, including retail, manufacturing, construction, technology and health care.

The attorneys at Parker Law Firm assist clients in a range of transactions, such as asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements and joint ventures. Acting as counsel to both buyers and sellers, we have significant experience representing clients in many different industry segments and have dedicated resources to make sure that we understand every aspect of each client’s business.

Our team works with clients dealing with corporate, transactional and M&A matters who expect their lawyers to provide strategic counsel and practical solutions delivered on time and on demand. Often, however, transactions require a multidisciplinary but unified approach drawing industry knowledge across several sectors. Our experience includes representing clients from a wide spectrum of industries, and we regularly are called to draw on our knowledge of tax, ERISA, securities, labor and employment, environmental, immigration and intellectual property law.

The key to a successful engagement lies in the client-favored outcome of each transaction. Through a combination of industry experience, transactional knowledge and ongoing communication, Parker Law Firm has repeatedly achieved positive results and exceeded client expectations.

The law of real estate constitutes a substantial fraction of all American law, and we have a dedicated team of attorneys prepared to handle any of your needs. Parker Law Firm handles commercial and residential real estate matters, including leases, landlord/tenant law, contracts for deed, sales, transfer of ownership, finance, contract review, negotiation, closings, litigation, and more.

We are well prepared to handle all transactional matters while incorporating your perspective and keeping you informed. We draft and review commercial/residential real estate contracts and other documents required for your sale, purchase, or other type of property transfer. We offer practical advice and creative solutions, whether you are buying, selling, leasing or operating real property or mineral rights in Arkansas.

You want your real estate transaction to be handled in a tax-efficient manner and we can give you coordinated real estate and tax advice. Our approach to tax matters is to give our clients both a strategic edge and a cost-efficient advantage in the highly competitive real estate market.

Together we can streamline the process of completing your real estate transaction while rigorously protecting your interests every step of the way.

The practice of agriculture law is a collaborative effort at Parker Law Firm drawing on the talents of our most experienced lawyers. As current or former farmers ourselves, we speak the language and understand the concerns of the agriculture industry. Our attorneys understand the wide variety of issues faced by family farming operations, agribusiness and cooperatives and pride ourselves on being experienced in all areas of agriculture law.

Family-owned farms pose unique estate and tax planning challenges. Our attorneys are skilled in all aspects of asset and succession planning. We help families achieve personal and business objectives through effective corporate and tax strategies that emphasize estate planning, generational wealth, business succession, and liquidity.

Parker Law Firm has played a key role in protecting the interests of our local family farms. In multi-state cases and class action suits such as, In re Genetic Rice, our firm has represented family farming operations in enforcing claims of public nuisance, private nuisance, negligence per se (based on violations of federal and state statutory law), general negligence, strict liability for ultrahazardous activities and strict product liability against one of the world’s largest agribusiness companies, Bayer CropScience. Our firm is committed to responsible agriculture practices and will seek compensatory, consequential, punitive, exemplary damages, and injunctive relief arising from any alleged wrongful conduct.

The term agribusiness is widely used as an abbreviation of the words agriculture and business, referring to the range of activities and disciplines encompassed by modern food production, including farming and contract farming, seed supply, agriculture chemicals, farm machinery, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing, and retail sales.

A significant portion of our practice is dedicated to procurement and enforcement of intellectual property rights associated with proprietary plant varieties developed by agribusinesses. The Plant Variety Protection Act of 1970 (“PVPA”), 7 U.S.C. §§ 2321-2582, is an intellectual property statute in the United States. The PVPA gives breeders up to 25 years of exclusive control over new, distinct, uniform, and stable sexually reproduced or tuber propagated plant varieties. A major expression of plant breeders’ rights in the United States, the PVPA grants protection similar to that available through patents, but these legal schemes differ in critical respects. The PVPA should not be confused with plant patents, which are limited to asexually reproduced plants (not including tuber propagated plants).

The PVPA confers a limited period of legal control to breeders of sexually reproduced or tuber propagated plant varieties. In order to be eligible for a certificate under the PVPA, a plant variety must satisfy four requirements. First, it must be new, in the sense that propagating or harvested material has not been sold or otherwise disposed of for purposes of exploitation for more than one year in the United States, or more than four years in any foreign jurisdiction (or six years in the case of a tree or vine). Second, the variety must be distinct – that is, clearly distinguishable from any other publicly known variety. Distinctness may be based on one or more identifiable morphological, physiological, or other characteristics, including commercially valuable characteristics affecting activities such as milling and baking (in the case of wheat). Third, the variety must be uniform, in the sense that any variations are describable, predictable, and commercially acceptable. Finally, the variety must be stable, in the sense that the variety, when reproduced, will remain unchanged with regard to its essential and distinctive characteristics within a reasonable degree of commercial reliability.

A plant variety certificate gives the breeder the right to exclude others from selling the variety, or offering it for sale, or reproducing it, or importing it, or exporting it, or using it in producing (as distinguished from developing) a hybrid or different variety. The term of protection runs 20 years from the certificate’s date of issue, or 25 years in the case of a tree or vine.

The PVPA contains three exemptions that significantly limit the scope of the plant breeder’s exclusive right. First, the PVPA’s provision safeguarding the “public interest in wide usage” allows the United States Department of Agriculture to declare an otherwise protected variety open on the basis of equitable remuneration to the owner, upon a finding that no more than two years of compulsory licensing of a protected variety is necessary in order to insure an adequate supply of fiber, food, or feed and that the owner is unwilling or unable to meet public demand at a price which may reasonably be deemed fair. Second, the PVPA’s “research exemption” declares that the use and reproduction of a protected variety for plant breeding or other bona fide research shall not constitute infringement.

The PVPA’s third exemption permits a farmer to save seed from protected varieties and to use such saved seed in the production of a crop without infringement. Prior to 1994, this exemption also allowed farmers to sell such saved seed to others without infringement. However, when Asgrow Seed Company sued Denny and Becky Winterboer over the scope of this exemption the landscape of the farmer’s exemption changed. The exemption to sell seeds is now defined by the 1995 Supreme Court decision Asgrow Seed Co. v. Winterboer, 513 U.S. 179 (1995). In Asgrow Seed Co. v. Winterboer, the Supreme Court held that, “a farmer who meets the requirements set forth in the [provisions of the PVPA] may sell for reproductive purposes only such seed as he has saved for the purpose of replanting [on] his own acreage.”

In 1994, legislation to bring the PVPA into compliance with the 1991 Act of the UPOV Convention also included amendments that eliminated the exemption for sales, but continued to allow farmers to save and replant seed on their own farms without infringement.

In addition to representing family farming operations and agribusinesses, we also work hand-in-hand with organizations that address public policy and developing issues facing agriculture. Our experience with these organizations provides our clients with the comprehensive knowledge needed to plan for the future of the industry.

Often, agricultural cooperatives must rely on legal advice to successfully defend against antitrust claims in federal court. Our attorneys are prepared to counsel cooperatives on the antitrust implications of certain practices, including discussions between direct competitors, information exchanges, price fixing and attempts to set industry standards.

Whether you are a local family farm or one of the world’s leading agribusinesses, Parker Law Firm will provide a corroborative and detail oriented approach to fulfilling your specific needs.

If you’re an individual seeking to immigrate to the United States our immigration attorneys can assist you with visa procurement, asylum, permanent residency or citizenship. If you’re a business, our immigration attorneys can provide comprehensive immigration plans to ensure that you comply with state and federal immigration laws, including the Form I-9 employment eligibility verification process.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. The purpose of the USCIS is to secure America’s promise as a nation to immigrants by providing accurate and useful information to the citizens of the United States, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting an awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of our immigration system.

The USCIS is a component of the Department of Homeland Security, and provides the following services: residency, citizenship, and employment eligibility, among others.
The USCIS manages the process that allows current permanent residents and U.S. citizens to bring close relatives to live and work in the United States. This is known as a petition for alien relative.

Individuals who wish to become U.S. citizens through naturalization submit their applications to USCIS, who determines eligibility, processes the applications and, if approved, schedules the applicant for a ceremony to take the Oath of Allegiance.
The USCIS manages the process that allows individuals from other countries to work in the United States. Some of the opportunities are temporary, and some provide a path to a green card (permanent residence).

The USCIS determines eligibility and provides documentation of U.S. citizenship for people who acquired or derived U.S. citizenship through their parents.

It also manages the system that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. But going too far to avoid hiring illegal aliens can result in wrongful discrimination against legal workers who may look or sound foreign – even illegal aliens may be protected by workplace laws regarding discrimination, collective bargaining and workers’ compensation.

Parker Law Firm provides legal services in the following areas to help individuals and employers with their immigration issues:

  • Petition for Alien Relative (Form I-130)
  • Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (Form I-129)
  • Petition for Alien Fiance (Form I-129F)
  • Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker (Form I-140)
  • Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status (Form I-485)
  • Application for Asylum and Withholding or Removal (Form I-589)
  • Application for Waiver of Grounds of Inadmissibility (Form I-601)
  • Application by Refugee for Waiver of Grounds of Excludability (Form I-603)
  • Petition to Remove the Conditions of Residence (Form I-751)
  • Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765)
  • Application for Temporary Protected Status (Form I-821)
  • Request for Premium Processing Service (Form I-907)
  • Immigration Compliance Plans
  • Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9)

We work with our clients to address the visa and work authorization needs of U.S. and global personnel, including professionals, managers and executives, treaty investors/ traders, essential workers, persons of extraordinary ability, corporate trainees and students.

Furthermore, we provide internal audits for clients to ensure compliance with contractual immigration policies with such companies as Walmart, as well as representation in government audits.