The Law Offices of Carl Shusterman is one of the top immigration law firms in the US. Based in Los Angeles, our 7 immigration attorneys represent both corporate and individual clients across the US and around the world.
Our law firm represents over 100 corporations across the US. Over the past 30 years, we have helped tens of thousands of immigrants obtain temporary visas and green cards. We also represent individuals in removal proceedings and in Federal Court.
Founded by a former INS Trial Attorney and staffed by a team of veteran immigration lawyers and paralegals, our firm has been featured on CNN, ABC News, the ABA Journal, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and numerous other media outlets.
Our website is a virtual encyclopedia of US immigration laws and procedures. It explains how to: obtain a temporary visa, get a green card (through marriage, relatives, employment, investment, asylum or the green card lottery), become an American citizen, and find an experienced attorney to defend you in deportation proceedings. Our Employers Immigration Guide provides companies with advice on how to sponsor foreign-born employees for temporary visas and permanent residence as well as how to comply with I-9 and E-Verify rules.
“We are very pleased by the services we get from the Law Offices of Carl Shusterman. Our experience in the past year with all our H1B renewals has been amazing, and we’ve obtained great results.”
- KRG Technologies, Valencia, California
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Our 60+ Immigration Videos have been viewed over 1,800,000 times. They show you how to obtain a green card, how to win your case in immigration court, how to become a U.S. citizen and dozens of other subjects. Also, you can subscribe to our “Nation of Immigrants” Blog. Use our Site Map to learn about some of the many unique features of our website. The website contains over 1,000 articles and many thousands of links to government websites including those of the USCIS, ICE, CBP, the State Department, the Labor Department, the Immigration Courts and the Federal Courts.