Founded in 1998, Fariba Faiz Law Offices PC is a trusted immigration law firm offering expertise in temporary and permanent visa services. With more than 25 years of experience serving a diverse range of clients locally in the San Francisco area, nationwide, and globally, we take pride in a reputation built upon history and the quality of our work. We strive to create meaningful relationships with our clients, develop individualized solutions, simplify the immigration process, and successfully attain temporary work (H-1, L-1, E, O, TN) visas and green cards through the EB-1, NIW, PERM, EB-5 processes.
Our immigration practice focuses on global immigration solutions for high-net-worth individual investors, small and medium-sized U.S. firms, entrepreneurs, start-ups, educational and non-profit institutions, artists, athletes, multinational firms, individuals, and families. We utilize our experience and track record in combination with a focused and holistic approach to migration planning, making us an invaluable strategic partner to our clients.
Once you retain our services, you receive individualized attention and strategic planning as well as candid immigration advice℠ from a seasoned immigration attorney. You can be assured that your case is being handled by the immigration attorney that you retained to handle your case. We do not pass on our cases to an associate, law clerk, paralegal or legal secretary nor do we outsource to a foreign-based attorney to save on costs at our client's expense.
We provide all clients with a transparent and efficient process, value-added fixed pricing, and aftercare immigration packages.
The experience, knowledge, personal attention and techniques acquired in over two decades at Fariba Faiz Law Offices PC make us an ideal partner for all immigration practice areas including:
- Investment Immigration (EB-5, E-1 and E-2 visas)
- Temporary Work Visas (H-1B, L-1, O, TN, and P visas)
- Employment-based Immigration (EB-1, NIW, and PERM)
- Family-based matters (Spouse, parent, sibling petitions)