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For over a decade, Younossi Law has been helping companies bring the best talent to the United States and achieve their goals in business immigration matters. Younossi Law has extensive experience with clients ranging from startups to Fortune 500 multinationals and specializes exclusively in corporate immigration related  matter.

Younossi Law’s full-service firm is designed around the goals of our clients, not the needs of our attorneys. When you work with us, you’ll gain the benefit of decades of combined experience with the personal, hands-on service of a specialized boutique law firm.

No matter the size or scope of your case, you will always work with an experienced attorney. Our lawyers are here to answer every question with solid legal advice, and we pride ourselves on our ability to anticipate your concerns before you even voice them.

Our proactive and strategic approach and knowledge have earned us accolades from some of the most prestigious organizations in the country. Our real success, however, can be found in the hundreds of people and businesses we’ve assisted over the years.

There is a story behind every petition we handle. We want to know yours. Let’s begin talking about what Younossi Law can do for you. Allow us to be your Corporate Immigration Attorney.

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Revised Trump Executive Order of March 7, 2017

Mar 08, 2017 | Government Actions, Immigration
The President’s new executive order of March 7, 2017 imposes an entry ban on foreign nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, effective 12:01am ET on March 16. Nationals of Iraq are not subject to the ban. The ban does not apply to U.S. lawful permanent residents, dual nationals holding a passport from a non-restricted country and foreign nationals who hold a valid U.S. visa. The Ban also immediately suspends the Visa Interview Waiver Program (VIWP) and effectively mandates in-person interviews for all nonimmigrant visa applicants, unless an interview is not required by statute or otherwise excepted by the Order. Read More