For more than 25 years, attorney John Valdez has helped businesses, individuals and families with their immigration needs. Are you an investor planning to establish a new company in the U.S.? Is your business looking to hire a foreign national? Do you wish to obtain a work visa, family visa or permanent resident status? No matter how simple or complex, Mr. Valdez has the experience to handle your immigration case.Mr. Valdez, a graduate of UCLA School of Law, is a respected name in Aliso Viejo and throughout the Orange County immigration community. Always up-to-date on changes in immigration law and policy, Mr. Valdez has spoken at several conferences and written papers on important and cutting-edge immigration topics, including H-1B visas, immigration compliance and immigration policy changes. His list of clients range from individual immigrants seeking green cards or work authorizations to fortune 500 corporations and L-1 executives.
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‘He Leaves Nothing To Chance’
Lawyers who refer clients to Mr. Valdez have said, “he leaves nothing to chance.” An experienced immigration attorney, John Valdez knows that getting every detail right on Form I-129, Form I-130 and other immigration documents is essential to success. He will review your case thoroughly and ensure every requirement is met to give you the best possible chance of success.
As his client, however, you will not feel like your case is only about the details. Mr. Valdez’s reputation is built not only on his knowledge of the law, but also on his ability to connect with clients, understand their goals and deliver results. Along with “professional,” the words “compassionate,” “friendly” and “warm” are all used to describe Mr. Valdez by clients and other legal professionals.
To discuss your case with attorney John Valdez, please call 949-393-2128 or fill out an online contact form. Mr. Valdez’s office is located in Aliso Viejo, California, but he can represent clients in immigration matters across the U.S., including matters in the Federal District Courts and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.