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in one of my previous startups (i guess after 17 years it's technically no longer a startup) a significant number of our team members were here in the US on visas (H1-b mostly) from India, Mexico, Singapore, Australia, New zealand, eastern Europe, etc. I would estimate we sponsored visas for around 30 of our employees over several years, helped them with the green card process, etc. We used a law firm in Chicago and they were quite good. FD has a tendency to strip out contact info, but you can DM me for details. the firm is Kempster, Keller & Lenz-Calvo, Ltd. We worked most frequently with Cheryl Lenz-Calvo.
Not completely clear on what you are looking for here. An attorney for
immigration or for business or both? Also, select either in the US or
somewhere else. e.g. I am in Canada and almost all business clients here
are immigrants. But if you are looking for immigration to the US that is
not what we do.
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July 20th, 2016
Immigrant founder myself. Legal entrepreneurs. Incorporated and situated in California. Happy to talk: firstname.lastname@example.org