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Artesia Immigration Lawyer and Visa Attorney
Global Law Centers and Artesia Immigration Attorney near Artesia provides corporate immigration clients with assistance in procuring both short and long-term work H-1B visas, work visas for foreign employees in all fifty states and throughout the world.
Mr. William Kent focuses on green card applications and work visas and H-1B visas for specialized knowledge employees, professionals, investors, intra-company transferees, multinational managers and other executives. The City of Artesia particularly Pioneer Boulevard is the commercial hub of the Indian Community. Artesia officially designated the area to be recognized as Little India. Many individuals from India currently live in this area and are here on non-immigrant visas H-1B and others already have received a green card through their employer. The Immigration and Nationally Act abolished restrictive quotas on immigrants from only certain regions in 1965; this is why during this time an increase of migration from India to the United States.
Also one of the most familiar landmarks in the city of Artesia is the Water Tower that was built in 1911. This water tower can hold about 50,000 gallons of water. Currently the city is trying to have the tower declared as a historical landmark. The Southern California Water Company used to own this water tower before it was sold to the City of Artesia in 1988, the tower is supposed to be used as a historical point of interest and provide identity to the community.
Our Immigration Lawyer and legal staff in the Los Angeles County area also assists clients in obtaining visas such as: B-1, B-2, E-1, E-2, H-1B, H-2B, H-3, K-1, L-1A, L-1B, O, P and R-1. Global Law Centers can prepare green card applications including PERM labor certifications, I-130, I-140, I-360, I-485, EB-5 (million dollar investor visas) and handle U.S. citizenship applications.Also located in the beautiful city of Artesia is the Portuguese DES Hall. This hall is to promote the Portuguese pride and heritage. Artesia has about 9.4% of Portuguese ancestry. The Artesia DES was founded in 1927; DES stands for DivinoEspirito Santo (Divine Holy Spirit).