For over 20 years, Timothy Widman has dedicated his efforts in helping individuals and families with their immigration matters. Schedule an initial consultation today to see how he can help.
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The Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman is devoted exclusively to the practice of immigration and nationality law. Attorney Timothy Widman focuses on business immigration, employment-based immigration, and family immigration. He helps clients all across Cupertino, San Jose, Santa Clara, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Palo Alto, Milpitas, Fremont, and surrounding areas. He serves companies and employees in a wide range of business immigration matters, from filing H-1B petitions and PERM labor certifications to submitting adjustment of status applications and attending green card interviews. He has successfully represented start-up companies and Fortune 500 companies alike in securing visas and green cards for employees including H-1B specialty occupation workers, L-1A managers and executives, O-1 persons of extraordinary ability, and TN professionals.
Attorney Widman can help you answer questions such as:
- Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?
- What is the difference between a fiancé visa and a marriage visa?
- What kind of questions are asked at an immigration interview?
Call Us At (408) 780-1684
Attorney Timothy Widman works closely with HR and employees—and the employee’s families—and is available to them during each phase of the case. This close collaboration ensures a high-quality of service, fosters effective and prompt attorney-client communication, and increases the chances of a favorable outcome. The Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman emphasizes exceptional customer service through individualized legal counsel, which ensures our attorney's total personal involvement in every case.
- Immigrant Visas
- PERM Labor Certification
- Family-Based Immigration
- Adjustment of Status (Green Card)
- K-1 Fianc(é)e Visas
- NVC Consular Processing
- Removal of Conditions on Residence (I-751)
- Nonimmigrant Visas
- H-1B Specialty Occupations
- L-1 Intracompany Transfers
- O-1 Persons of Extraordinary Ability
- TN NAFTA
- Certificates of Citizenship
- USCIS Representation (Interviews and Appeals)
- U Visas
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
We understand that you are looking for a lawyer you can trust. Your attorney should also be available when you need him to be and respond to your inquiries in a prompt and professional manner. As such, Attorney Widman maintains a boutique law firm. The intimate size of our Cupertino Immigration and Nationality law office allows us to truly invest in the lives of our clients and resolve their legal matters in a timely and effective manner.
Our attorney can take a strategic approach to your case and craft a solution that meets or exceeds your expectations. He maintains a trusted reputation throughout the legal community, and his numerous client testimonials speak volumes about his years of accomplishments.
Attorney Widman can provide you with the effective advocacy, one-on-one service, and timely communication you need at this time.
The Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman cares deeply about reuniting families and keeping those who are already in the U.S. together. The firm’s family immigration services are intended to help people successfully immigrate to the U.S. and to eventually obtain citizenship.
If you or someone you love is seeking to live permanently in the United States, you will need to ensure the eligibility requirements for an immigrant visa (IV) are met. The petitioner for the immigrant visa generally must be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. Sponsored relatives can include the petitioner’s spouse, parents, children, and siblings. Attorney Widman is available to assist with all aspects of the family reunification process.
Additionally, the firm handles K-1 visas for fianc(é)es of U.S. citizens.
- K-1 Fiancée Visa: A U.S. citizen must file a petition on behalf of their fianc(é)e with the U.S. government and obtain approval before the fianc(é)e can apply for a visa allowing them to enter the United States and complete the marriage within 90 days of entry, after which the fianc(é)e must apply to adjust their status to that of a lawful permanent resident.
- Marriage-Based Green Card: A U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident can file a petition with the U.S. government to recognize their spouse for an immigrant visa. The spouse may then be able to adjust their status within the United States or complete immigrant visa processing at a consular post abroad.
There are many details and moving parts to the visa application process that are best handled by a legal professional. When your relationship is on the line, make sure you’re working with a qualified immigration attorney who has proven experience in the field.
“He always responded quickly to emails and kept us in the loop and feeling like he was always there for us during the entire process.”
“His willingness to listen and communication skills are very great.”
“He is highly intelligent, meticulous, thorough, and best of all takes a very personal, involved, and caring approach when handling your case.”
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