Attorneys who truly care and understand their clients’ immigration journeys are rare. Even more unique are legal advocates who have first-hand knowledge and experience with the U.S. immigration system. Alen Takhsh, the founder and Principal Attorney at Takhsh Law, P.C. possesses all those qualities.
We Proudly Represent Local, National And International Clients
Love may know no bounds, but the U.S. government does. Fortunately for immigrants who wish to live with their U.S. citizen partners in the U.S., the path toward becoming a permanent resident and even citizenship is possible with help from Takhsh Law P.C.
Every year, the U.S. government grants asylum to thousands of people who come from countries beyond its borders. Such people are those facing persecution – or reasonably fear facing persecution – and can apply to enter or stay in the U.S. as asylum seekers.
Although foreign-born entrepreneurs with substantial capital and intent to take up residence in the U.S. for a long period of time are likely to consider the EB-5 visa program, other investors may look to the E-2 visa to build their business within U.S. borders. If you need an E-2 visa to begin your investment, contact attorney Alen Takhsh so he can guide you through your application process.
If you would like to come to the U.S. to attend college or a university, our Evanston immigration attorney at Takhsh Law P.C. may be able to help. We have a thorough understanding of the Immigration laws pertaining to student visas and can provide you with the guidance and assistance you need to navigate this complex process.
The K-1 and K-3 visa attorney in Evanston at Takhsh Law P.C. can help if you’re a U.S. citizen and engaged to someone who’s not. Attorney Alen Takhsh has helped other couples realize their dreams for a life together in the U.S. and can walk you through the K-1 visa petition process to help ease your concerns.
U.S. citizens with non-citizen relatives living outside of the country can reunite their families through family-based immigration. If you’re a U.S. citizen with close non-citizen family members living abroad, attorney Alen Takhsh of Takhsh Law P.C. can help you apply for an immediate relative or family preference immigrant visa to bring those you love closer to home.
While most Americans become citizens by being born within a U.S. territory, many others become citizens through naturalization. This was true for more than 7.2 million immigrants since 2010, according to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Agency, and it can become true for you and your family, too.
If you or someone you love is facing removal or deportation from the United States, attorney Alen Takhsh knows that fear can arise with this new uncertainty. Mistakes in your visa application may have just come to light, or your Green Card may be long past its renewal period. Whatever the reason authorities may cite, Takhsh Law P.C. can provide legal assistance that can work toward allowing you to remain in the country.
If you’re not a U.S. citizen yet, living and working here means you need to ensure your Green Card is always in your possession and has accurate information about you. Apply for a replacement immediately with help from Takhsh Law P.C. if your Green Card was lost, damaged, or stolen.
- Adjustment of Status
- Asylum & Withholding of Removal
- E-2 Visa
- F-1 Visa
- K1 & K-3 Visa
- Family Based Immigration
- Naturalization & Citizenship
- Removal Defense
- Renewal / Replacement of Green Card
What makes our Immigration firm different
Why Takhsh Law?
Takhsh Law P.C. proudly serves businesses and individuals, including students, investors and families who are seeking knowledgeable, compassionate and effective legal guidance through the U.S. immigration process. Our Evanston immigration lawyer understands the nuances of our country’s immigration and naturalization laws, including the courts and various agencies such as:
- The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
- Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Attorney Alen Takhsh is well-positioned to help you obtain legal permanent residence or U.S. citizenship. Let Attorney Takhsh be the compassionate and knowledgeable legal guide to help propel you toward.
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What Our Clients Are Saying
As someone whose family immigrated to the U.S. nearly three decades ago, Attorney Takhsh understands how complex – but also how rewarding – the immigration process can be.
He has first-hand experience of the immigration and naturalization process and uses his own journey to relate to yours. His compassionate, caring, and genuine approach to legal counsel ensures his clients feel supported and guided at every turn.
Attorney Alen Takhsh has years of legal experience and has handled a wide range of immigration proceedings before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) throughout the country.
We Can Help!
Attorney Alen Takhsh has successfully represented clients in all types of immigration cases, ranging from family and employment-based petitions to asylum cases, including:
- Applications for naturalization
- Adjustment of status interviews
- And immigrant and non-immigrant visas during consular processing
Preparation is one of the cornerstones of success in life, including Immigration matters. We have, therefore, made foresight, organization, and thoroughness our firm’s core values.
Extensive planning and detailed execution are part of each case we handle, whether it involves:
Speak with our experienced immigration attorney whose compass is guided by ethics, results and your best interest. Call Takhsh Law P.C. or contact us online to take the first step in your Immigration journey.
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