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IMMIGRATION SOLUTIONS FOR YOU

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Immigration law is our passion

Tatiana S. Aristova concentrates her practice exclusively in immigration law. Ms. Aristova represents clients before the administrative agencies, such as the Department of Homeland Security (US CIS and ICE) and the US Department of Justice, including Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals. Ms. Aristova also litigates immigration cases and appeals in federal courts, including the US Circuit Courts of Appeals and the US District Courts.

We win the hardest immigration cases

Our immigration law practice

Nonimmigrant: Temporary Status
  • B-1/B-2Visitor : B-1 - for Business / B-2 - for Pleasure
  • E-1 -Treaty Trader / E-2 - Treaty Investor
  • F-1 -Academic Student
  • G -Representatives of International Organizations
  • H1B -Specialty Occupation
  • H1C -Registered Nurses
  • H2A -Agricultural Labor
  • H2B -Other Temporary Labor
  • H-3 -Trainee
  • I -Representatives of Foreign News Media
  • J -Exchange Visitor
  • K -Fiance or spouse of U.S. Citizen
  • L -Intra Company Transferee
  • M -Vocational Student
  • O-1, O-2 -Extraordinary Ability
  • P-1,P-2,P-3Athletes and Group Entertainers
  • Q -International Cultural Exchange Program
  • R -Religious Vocation or Profession
  • TN -Trade NAFTA Professionals
  • V -Victim of a serious crime
Immigrant : Permanent Status, Employment Based
  • EB1 - First Preference
    • Persons of Extraordinary Ability
    • Outstanding Professors and Researchers
    • Multinational Executives and Managers
  • EB2 - Second Preference
    • Members of Professions holding advanced Degrees or Aliens of Exceptional Ability.
  • EB3 - Third Preference
    • Skilled Workers, Professionals and other Workers.
  • EB4 - Fourth Preference
    • Special Immigrants
  • EB5 - Fifth Preference
    • Employment Creation Investor
Family-Based Greencards
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Publix employees in Alabama went above and beyond their duties last week to help rescue a young customer’s stuffed bunny.

Madison Rachal, 3, was shopping with her mother Jenna at a Publix location in Daphne on Thursday, as a thunderstorm loomed just outside. Some time later, while mother and child were racing back to the car in the rain, they realized they had lost track of Bunny, a stuffed animal Madison had received from her grandfather.

posted by Aristova Tatiana, 20.07.2018
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News from the US Consulate in Moscow, Russia

On December 13, 2017, Laurence E. Tobey, Minister-Counselor for Consular Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Russia, stated that on Monday, December 11, 2017, the U.S. consulates in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Vladivostok began to offer limited interview appointments for nonimmigrant-visa applicants. Mr. Tobey noted, however, that visa applicants requiring an interview should try to avoid applying within Russia, as Russian citizens are now permitted to apply for U.S. visas outside of Russia

posted by Tatiana, 15.12.2017
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USCIS to Expand In-Person Interview Requirements

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin expanding in-person interviews for certain immigration benefit applicants whose benefit, if granted, would allow them to permanently reside in the United States. This change complies with Executive Order 13780, “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States,” and is part of the agency’s comprehensive strategy to further improve the detection and prevention of fraud and further enhance the integrity of the immigration system.
Effective Oct. 1, USCIS will begin to phase-in interviews for the following:
Adjustment of status applications based on employment (Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status).
Refugee/asylee relative petitions (Form I-730, Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition) for beneficiaries who are in the United States and are petitioning to join a principal asylee/refugee applicant.
Previously, applicants in these categories did not require an in-person interview with USCIS officers in order for their application for permanent residency to be adjudicated. Beyond these categories, USCIS is planning an incremental expansion of interviews to other benefit types.
“This change reflects the Administration’s commitment to upholding and strengthening the integrity of our nation’s immigration system,” said Acting USCIS Director James W. McCament. “USCIS and our federal partners are working collaboratively to develop more robust screening and vetting procedures for individuals seeking immigration benefits to reside in the United States.”

posted by Tatiana, 24.08.2017
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Great Experience

I am very happy with Tatiana's help in my case. As a PhD student I wasn't confident I had all of the credentials necessary for the change of status. But Tatiana was very encouraging and professional the whole time, and everything worked out exactly as she has predicted from the start. So I am now a proud greencard holder and feel much more confident about my...

I am very happy with Tatiana's help in my case. As a PhD student I wasn't confident I had all of the credentials necessary for the change of status. But Tatiana was very encouraging and professional the whole time, and everything worked out exactly as she has predicted from the start. So I am now a proud greencard holder and feel much more confident about my...

I am very happy with Tatiana's help in my case. As a PhD student I wasn't confident I had all of the credentials necessary for the change of status. But Tatiana was very encouraging and professional the whole time, and everything worked out exactly as she has predicted from the start. So I am now a proud greencard holder and feel much more confident about my...

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- anonymous, 09.05.2017

From H1B to Green Card for the very short time

Just got the notification that my case is approved. My green card is on its way (USCIS simply send it by mail). Unbelievable! It took me 10 years to share this beautiful news with my friends and family members in Russia who are overwhelmed to see me back home.

Tatiana Aristova is very professional and right to the point person. She doesn't waste her time and her clients' time. I think everything went nice and smooth regardless all complications on its way such as audit on the labor certification and request for additional evidence. Her paralegal Zana is very helpful and responsible person who was always in touch with me and ready to answer all my questions during the whole period. My case was complicated and I had a lot of doubts and concerns in the very beginning, but Tatiana's experience and knowledge helped to overcome all obstacles and I became US Permanent Resident for the very short time. (before H1B I was having F1 status)

The words can't describe my happiness and glory!

I highly recommend Tatiana Aristova for candidates with similar cases (F1- H1B- Green Card) because I went through it successfully.

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- anonymous, 03.03.2017