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Located in New York City, the Law Office of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC , is a leading US immigration law firm which provides counsel and representation in virtually every area of immigration law affecting cross-border movement of professional workers and businesses.
Since 1999, the Law Office of Keshab Raj Seadie, P.C. has provided immigration legal services to hundreds of IT Companies as well as thousands of individuals and their families. Among the firm's broad array of U.S. and international clients are leaders in software and information technology, IT consulting, banking and finance, entertainment, media, real estate, healthcare, advertising, and the hotel and hospitality industries.
Whether we are representing multinational companies or individuals, the hallmark of the Law Office of Keshab Raj Seadie, PC, is our complete dedication to meeting the business priorities and legal needs of our clients. Though we take pride in our success rates of having processed over 50,000 H-1 B Visas and thousands of green cards, you will never become just a number to us.
Our client support system including the use of cutting-edge software and case management systems ensure that you have access to both attorneys and specialized case workers who thoroughly understand your individual needs.
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Get the legal help you need for anything related to H-1B visa whether you are an employer or H-1B employee either way you are covered.
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Offering comprehensive H-1B visa solutions to over 50,000 clients
Helping small to midsize businesses to employ professional H-1B workers
Other Practice Areas
L-1 Visas: Intra-Company Transferees
L-1A Visas: Workers Opening A US Branch, Affiliate or Subsidiary Company
L-1B Visas: Workers Helping to Establish A US Branch, Affiliate or Subsidiary Company
L-2 Visas: Spouses & Children of L Visa Holders
J-1 Visa: Cultural Exchange Work for Medical or Business Training
R-1 Visa: Working Temporarily in a Religious Capacity
TN; NAFTA Professionals: Temporary Work Visa for Canadian & Mexican Citizens
E Visas: Foreign Nationals Engaged in International Trade or Investment
O-1 Visas: Persons of Extraordinary Ability
P Visas: Athletes, Artists and Entertainers (General)
PERM Labor Certification
Asylees/Refugees - Form I-485 Status Adjustment
Battered Spouses - Violence Against Women Act Form I-360 Status Adjustment
EB-1 Classification: Extraordinary Ability
EB-3 Classification: Skilled Workers
EB-4 Classification: Special Occupations
EB-5 Investor Green Card (Regional Center)
EB-5 Investor Green Card (Regular Investment and TEA)
Family Based Immigration
Diversity Visa Lottery
How to Qualify for an F-1 Visa
How to Apply for an F-1 Visa
What is SEVIS/SEVP?
Required Documentation for Student Visa Application
Spouses and Children of US Student Visa Holders
F-1 Visa Related Frequently Asked Questions
B Visa Application Procedure
Visa Waiver Program
221(g) and Visa Denials
221(g) and Visa Denials
Visa Denial and Waiver
Corporate Law and Contracts
Automatic Extension of Validity Rule and Travel to Canada or Mexico
A to Z of US Visa and Green Card