Immigration Attorney Ray Alexander has been practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law since 2005.
His focus is on family based petitions, including immigrant visa / spouse visa petitions, fiance visa (K-1) petitions and applications for adjustment of status. In cases where there has been illegal presence in the U.S. by the spouse or parent of a U.S. citizen or green card holder, a waiver can be applied for such that the immigrant need not leave the country before a decision on admissibility is made.
Ray has assisted hundreds of clients in bringing their foreign relatives to the U.S. from over 25 countries around the world. He offers very affordable rates for his services, but what truly sets him apart is his attentiveness to his clients and willingness to make himself available to them seven days per week.
Please review the testimonials page on this site and the following page from Avvo.com to see what his recent clients are saying about him:
- B.A. Duke University (magna cum laude)
- J.D. University of Texas
- State Bar Licensed
Attorney Ray Alexander: My Goal
The number one priority of the firm is ensuring that the client’s visa and / or green card process is as streamlined and stress-free as possible.
There are important reasons to seek competent legal counsel in the immigration process. The chance of a lengthy delay or outright denial of the K-1 visa, marriage visa or green card increases greatly if you are not:
- Fully aware of the complex supporting documentation requirements;
- Up to date on current immigration laws which have undergone dramatic changes since 2006; and
- Knowledgeable about the many specific requirements and preferences of USCIS, NVC and the particular foreign embassy that will be conducting the interview and making the decision as to whether or not to issue the visa or green card.
I offer a free consultation and invaluable services and advice that you will not find elsewhere.
You will receive prompt, efficient service, expert advice, and legal counsel who understands your situation and is immediately responsive to your needs and questions.
WARNING: The instructions that accompany the USCIS government forms are neither complete nor user friendly. Don’t rely on friends, internet blogs, or untrained office staff for your information. Call an experienced attorney directly right now. The call and consultation are free.
Clients are served throughout the United States.