Adhikari Law PLLC is a technology-driven state-of-art boutique law firm. Our philosophy is that we will go extra mile to ensure that our clients get the best delivery of the legal services comparable to the top law firms and renowned legal professionals.
Our vision is to ultimately improve the legal services industry and the methods of delivery of legal services so that the legal professionals excel in what we do best and also draw upon others from their areas of excellence. Today is the age of collaboration and the sharing of knowledge and the resources. So we believe each us should attempt to make the optimum use of limited human and material resources.
While legal profession is going through rapid changes as to how the legal works are conducted or how the services are delivered and we yet believe that our role as legal professionals will continue to grow as we rely more and more on the rule of law and the trust it provides from a predictable legal regime. Our firm was founded with the fundamental belief that the legal professionals will continue to deliver the service we are expected of and yet we should also continue to evolve and adapt as societal relationships change or the legal environment of doing business changes.
WHAT WE DO
Our practice areas include:
- All aspects of U.S. Immigration, Visa, Global Mobility, and Citizenship.
- Employment-based Immigration (EB-1(A), EB-1(B), EB-1(C), EB-2, EB-2 NIW, EB-3, EB-4
- EB-5 (direct-investment of $1.8 mil to create 10 full time jobs; or investment of $900,000 in High Unemployment or Rural Area)
- Family-based Immigration (immediate or close relatives of U.S. citizen, or immediate relative of lawful permanent resident)
- Special Immigration Programs
- Visa for Employment (E, H, L, O, P, Q, TN, I, and practical training and exchange (J-1, F-1 (OPT/STEM/CPT)
- Business Visit (B-1) or Visit for Tourism, Pleasure or visiting (B-2)
- Business formation and legal documents and corporate government for business.
- Intellectual Property Rights (Copyrights and Trademarks)
- International Arbitration and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the U.S.
- International Child Adoption and Assisted Reproduction abroad
- Administrative Agencies of the U.S. (CFPB (consumer protection), FCC, FDA (export/import matters), FTC (privacy and consumer protection), SEC (ADR Program)
- Cross-border Business Transactions
- IRC 501(c)(3) Compliance
- International Human Rights and Human Rights Litigation
- International Labor Law specially dealing Human Rights and Compliance with International Labor Standards and International Human Rights
- International Service of Process and other aspects of Private International Law
- International Trade
DHS Announces Continuation of International Entrepreneur Parole Program
USCIS has announced that the Department of Homeland Security is withdrawing a 2018 notice of proposed rulemaking that proposed to remove the International Entrepreneur program from DHS regulations. The International Entrepreneur (IE) parole program, first introduced in 2017, will remain a viable program for foreign entrepreneurs to create and develop start-up entities with high growth potential in the United States. The program will help to strengthen and grow our nation’s economy through increased capital spending, innovation, and job creation. The rule has various criteria for the program:
USCIS Publishes Final Rule For Certain Employment-Based Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa Programs
November 18, 2016, USCIS has published final rule to modernize and improve several aspects of certain employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa programs. USCIS has also amended regulations to better enable U.S. employers to hire and retain certain foreign workers who are beneficiaries of approved employment-based immigrant visa petitions and are waiting to become lawful permanent residents. This rule will go into effect on Jan. 17, 2017.