Law Offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.C. - More Than an Immigration Law Firm
Located in the heart of New York City, Law offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.c. is a community of immigration professionals. We practice U.S. immigration laws including but not limited to H-1B, L-1A and L-1B, J-1, O-1, PERM, Labor Certifications, E-2 and EB-5 investor visas. Our clients are our number one priority. Though we take pride in our success rates of having processed over 25,000 H-1Bs, 8,000
PERM/RIR Labor Certifications and hundreds of E and L visas, you will never become a number to us. Our client support system ensures that you have access to both attorneys and specialized case workers who thoroughly understand your individual needs.
Our combination is an ideal strategic fit and offers enhanced services to our clients. We are one of the unquestionable leader among law firms in representing H-1B and Labor Condition Application Audits as well as FDNS Investigations. Clients very much appreciate our ability to see ahead the curve and navigate through complex immigration matters.
Why is our immigration law firm different than others?
All successful companies share certain values; that is what makes them more than just an entity to make money. We can say that our basic values have been at the foundation of Law Offices of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.C. Values such as Integrity, personal accountability, competence, dedication, courage and commitment dictate our Firm’s approach to every issue.
Client service is the principal goal of our law firm and we have proven it. Our combination is an ideal strategic fit and offers enhanced services to our clients. Whether we are representing multinational companies or individuals, the hallmark of the
of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC, is our complete dedication to meeting the business priorities and legal needs of our clients.
Why Choose a People-Centric Immigration Lawyer?
Keshab Raj Seadie, Esq., is one of the most knowledgeable business immigration attorneys working today. A rare hybrid of business immigration law, international law, corporate law, and litigation experience along with his research passion and ability to handle very complex immigration cases sets him apart as the people-centric immigration expert.
Keshab's business immigration law expertise and deep research capabilities have proven him an indispensableimmigration attorney for some of the most complex business immigration matters in the United States. He is a proponent for strong business relationships, both internally and externally. "Do the right thing," he says, "and you'll serve your client." Keshab's relevant point of view and reputation as an immigration law expert makes him one of the most in demand business immigration law attorneys.
To better assist a variety of immigrant communities, our knowledgeable staff members are multilingual. We have attorneys and caseworkers who speak over 10 languages, including but not limited to English, Hindi, Gujarati, Nepali, Japanese, Spanish, Polish, Romanian, Korean, Filipino, Urdu, Tibetan and Bangladeshi.
The firm's attorneys and caseworkers have strong backgrounds in business immigration and removal defense which provide them with the needed understanding and experience to deal with complex immigration issues. We regularly appear in court, and therefore have familiar, working relationships with federal attorneys, judges, and their staff members.
Our dedicated staff works alongside
directors, administrative managers, recruiters and corporate counsels as they deal with the major responsibilities entailed in complying with USCIS employment regulations under the Department of Homeland Security.
As members of the American
Association (AILA), the attorneys at the Law Office of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC, interact with other immigration experts around the country and are updated on the latest information, legislation, and breaking news to aid our clients in understanding the changing face of immigration.
We pride ourselves on the number of referrals we receive from former clients because our client relationships are truly our priority. We have been referred by other corporations, individuals, and even other attorneys, a true testament to our expertise and work-ethic. In sum, Keshab's proven, demonstrated experience allows the firm to provide clients with unmatched legal services, which is why the most sophisticated clients call upon Keshab to provide counsel in their most complex immigration issues and the sound judgment to help them make the hard calls.
Call Keshab for Your Next Immigration Matter
You can count on our office to be there for you. We will work aggressively to protect your immigration status and help you to avoid making bad immigration decisions. You will be able to truly enjoy the process of obtaining your Visa or Green Card without worrying about the complexity of immigration law. That is our pledge to you.
-Keshab Raj Seadie, Esq
Are you prepared for an H-1B Audit?
The Department of Labor is cracking down, and your company could be the next target. Conduct an internal H-1B Audit today!
Don't Let H-1B and LCA Audit Problems Undermine Your Success
An H-1B Audit is conducted by the Wage and Hour Division of the US Department of Labor (DOL) to determine whether an H-1B employer is in compliance with the existing H-1B laws and regulations. Violations can lead to severe money penalties ranging from $1,000-$35,000 per violation depending on the nature of the violation. Call us today at (212) 571-6002 or(212) 571-6002to conduct an internal H-1B Audit in order to expose and rectify any compliance shortcomings that could lead to severe financial penalties and barrment from participation in the H-1B program.
The Law Office of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC, offers creative solutions to your immigration issues. Our firm has more than a decade of experience in solving H-1B Audit problems. Received a letter from DOL's Wage and Hour division regarding an H1B Audit at your premises? Contact us for free initial analysis.
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