Global Immigration Partners

     Small enough to know you . . .

                Large enough to serve you.

About Us

Global Immigration Partners - About usWe are a small, but highly experienced and technologically advanced business immigration law firm. Our attorneys have decades of experience in this field. We concentrate on dealing with our clients' concerns and anxieties. For this reason, we do not charge - ever - for client contact. Our clients are welcome to call or e-mail us as often as they feel necessary. 
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ImmInfo Library

ImmInfo LibraryWe have written articles on various immigration related subjects for inclusion here. We have also incorporated government articles, FAQs, and information sheets into the library. Look to the links on each side of the main Library page for general subject matter headings. Click on those links and you will be taken to pages with more detailed information on each subject. If you don't quite know where to start, go the the "I don't know where to begin" link for more information.   More...

ImmInfo Discussion Forum

ImmInfo Discussion Forum In addition to the materials presented on this site, we also operate the Immigration Information discussion forum. This re-source is available to any-one who wishes to read or post messages. We monitor the forum daily and try to respond to all postings as quickly as possible. We cannot offer specific legal advice, but we do make every effort to explain issues and de-scribe various immigration procedures and rules   More...

How to use this site

ImmInfo is designed to be used both by visitors who know nothing about the U.S. immigration system, as well as those who are highly knowledgeable. If you are new to immigration, you should click on the
"How to begin" link to learn more. If you already have an idea of what interest you, then either go to the main ImmInfo Library page or click on the appropriate link bottom left side of this page or go to the quick reference page to see the most popularly viewed pages. These links will take you to general subject matter pages that have links to various specific pages on the subject you wish to learn more about. You can also use the search function to find specific subject.

Subject Matter Groups

Social Media

In addition to maintaining this site, we active on a number of social media platforms. If you would like to follow us on Twitter, please click here. We Tweet regularly on immigration related subjects every business day. We also have robust presences on Facebook, Google+, Google Places, and LinkedIn. We have also started posting videos on the ImmInfo Channel on YouTube.

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We use subject matter page clusters to assist visitors in finding information about particular subjects. When you visit a particular subject matter page, you will find a brief description of the main subject, surrounded by links to the various aspects of that issue as well as related topics.

For example, if you visit the main Adjustment of Status page, you will find related links for forms, supporting documents, filing locations, processing times, advance parole, employment authorization, common issues, and other related topics. We do the same for all other principal topics.



Client Services

We are acutely aware of the fact that the immigration process is highly stressful. For this reason, not only do we strive to give you the best service possible, but we also want to do everything we can to give you peace of mind. For this reason, we never charge our clients for calling or emailing us. We encourage them to contact us when they are anxious or concerned so that we can help put their minds at ease.


While we do not offer free legal advice or "second opinions," we are
happy to discuss possible represen-tation and explain what we can do to assist you. To schedule a free consultation to discuss possible representation by our office, please click here.

ImmInfo Newsletter

We publish a twice monthly newsletter dealing with immigration related subjects. Click on this link to read the latest edition of the ImmInfo Newsletter