International law office – ALTAVIAM provides legal assistance on U.S. Immigration law: employment & business visas, permanent residence (greencards), immigrant visas, non-immigrant visas, and other immigration issues. ALTAVIAM provides immigration services for all U.S. states and in Russia.
ALTAVIAM law office provides services to U.S. citizens in Russia including services on U.S. immigration law, Russian civil law (contracts, investments, real estate, business set-up & termination, immigration, labor issues, court representation, government affairs, international transactions, currency regulation, IP, etc.). ALTAVIAM lawyers received legal education in Russia and in the U.S., bilingual and are duly licensed to provide legal services in both countries.
ALTAVIAM is a boutique immigration law firm with emphasis on obtaining permanent residence (greencards) and visas for the following categories of applicants:
- Top managers and executives of international companies
- Investors and entrepreneurs
- TV and film industry professionals
- Scientists, researchers, teachers
- Professionals in all other fields: doctors, architects, stylists, hairdressers, models, designers, make-up artists, etc.
- Please see additional detail in the category “Services” (EB-1 – greencard for individuals with extraordinary abilities in different professional areas; EB-5 – investment green card; L visa – visa authorizing employment of an employee by transfer within one company to a U.S. office; O visa – employment visa for certain categories of individuals; P visa – visa authorizing employment for certain categories of individuals with emphasis on programs and group visas).
Only licensed and experienced attorneys of ALTAVIAM Law Office would be responsible for preparation of your documents and submitting them to the U.S. immigration authorities. You will work with our attorneys directly without intermediaries and third parties. This guarantees transparency of the legal process and quality of services.
ALTAVIAM lawyers are based in different locations in the United States and in Moscow, Russia.