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TLA Law, Attorneys at Law, PLLC is a U.S. immigration and international law firm that provides counsel on corporate, commercial, employment-based and family-based United States immigration and international matters. With its predecessor established in 1996 and nearly a century of combined experiences from its attorneys, TLA Law's high success rate has resulted in a practice that thrives on referrals from a large number of clients.
We deliver the highest quality cost-effective services by providing personal attention to our clients' needs. We are based in New York City in the United States and in Taipei, Taiwan, and we maintain a network of affiliated offices with leading law firms, consulting firms, and accounting firms in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Taipei.
We have extensive experience in representing clients on various non-immigration visa categories such as Business Visitors (B-1) or Tourists (B-2), Treaty-Investors or Treaty-Traders (E), Students (F), Professional Temporary Workers (H1B) or Trainees (H-3), Media Representatives (I), Exchange Visitors (J), Fiancés of U.S. citizens (K), Intracompany Transferees (L), Extraordinary Ability Aliens (O), Religious Workers (R) , NAFTA Professionals (TN), and Victims of criminal activity (U).
We also specialize in U.S. permanent residency (commonly known as “green card”) applications through first employment-based preference for "priority workers who are managers and executives, outstanding professors and researchers, or aliens of extraordinary ability in the science, arts, education, business and athletics (EB-1); second employment-based preference for “aliens of exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business or members of the professions, if they hold an advanced degree (EB-2); third employment-based preference for professionals, skilled workers or unskilled workers (EB-3), typically through labor certification (LC); and fifth employment-based preference for alien entrepreneurs whose investment of 1 million or half-million U.S. dollars in commercial enterprises will create 10 or more jobs in the U.S (EB-5). Our practice also encompasses corporate, commercial, intellectual property, real estate and other matters.