Cupertino Immigration Lawyer
Make The Smart Choice. Contact The Law Office of Timothy D. Widman Today
at (408) 780-1684
United States immigration laws are complex. Individuals attempting to navigate
the process without legal counsel face numerous challenges. The Law Office
of Timothy D. Widman is devoted exclusively to the practice of immigration
and nationality law. The firm focuses on complex, family-sponsored immigration
and citizenship matters, as well as business, corporate and employment
immigration and helps clients all across Cupertino, San Jose, Santa Clara,
Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Milpitas, Fremont, and surrounding areas.
The firm's owner, Timothy D. Widman, is a member of the American Immigration
Lawyers Association (AILA) and a past Chair of the Santa Clara Valley
Chapter of AILA and past member of AILA's Board of Governors.
Mr. Widman is also a member of the Santa Clara County Bar Association and
Sunnyvale-Cupertino Bar Association. He represents clients in employment-sponsored,
family-based and business immigration matters before U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services and Department of State. The firm limits its
practice to immigration and naturality law, and strives to provide personalized,
Family, Business & Employment-Based Immigration
The firm has extensive experience and expertise in all types of immigration
matters for individuals, families, and businesses, and provides effective
representation and strategic counsel to help its clients achieve their
The types of cases handled by the firm include:
- Permanent Residency ("Green Card") Applications (employer and
- Naturalization and Citizenship
- Business Immigration Filings (including H-1B, L-1, O-1 and TN NAFTA petitions)
- PERM Labor Certifications
- I-140 Petitions for EB-1 Managers / Executives, Outstanding Researchers,
and Personal of Extraordinary Ability
The firm is also able to assist with National Visa Center (NVC) consular
processing cases for persons applying for their immigrant visa at a U.S.
Consulate or Embassy abroad, as well as adjustment of status cases for
individuals within the United States.