Immigration Law Practice Areas
"I WISH ALL LAWYERS
WERE LIKE HIM "
Milano, Los Angeles, CA
"John has a broad range of experience in immigration matters, an enthusiasm for helping people and an incredible drive to find" the solution. "This is the type of advocate you want going to bat for you"
Los Angeles, CA
"HE MADE EVERYTHING
Kasra, Brooklyn, NY
4500 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054
We handle cases locally from Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Orange County (including Irvine, Santa Ana & Laguna Niguel) as well as nationwide such as in Las Vegas, Nevada, Seattle Washington, San Diego, California, Manhattan & Brooklyn New York, and Internationally such as from Russia, Vietnam, Iran and the Middle East, Germany, France, England, Australia and South America.
Phone: (818) 934-1561
The JQK Immigration Office in San Jose serves a one of the largest cities in the U.S. and California, from technology workers to agriculture workers and companies in between. Immigration is a very personal, emotional and sensitive topics. We will confidentially and with care learn about your background, analyze the issues and facts against the law, and provide the options available to you at a consultation. The next step will include the JQK Immigration Law Firm pursuing your case with vigor until completion.
We are extremely dedicated to our clients. Please review our Testimonial Page.
Give us a call today to discuss your case with our San Jose attorney and get your case started as soon as possible.
It is the dream many to be able to take part of the opportunities, peace and freedom available in America. We would like to help you bring that dream to reality by providing strong and aggressive representation for you, your family and your company. The JQK Law Firm has your core interests as its priority and will focus on your needs first and foremost.
We have experience in this field with success in areas such as:
We love reuniting family members that are separated due to immigration issues. This includes children, parents, siblings & spouses and fiancé(e)s (same-sex and opposite-sex). Some of these cases require the U.S. relative first obtain Citizenship through Naturalization before petitioning. We will help you through the process of dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.C.I.S.) to this end.