The Law Office of Timothy D. Widman is Expanding!

For the past 12 years I have had my office at 101 Race Street in San Jose, just across from St. Leo the Great. Working in San Jose is great. But times change, and my practice has grown to the point where I decided that it was time to expand. So starting April 1 I will be opening a second office at 10455 Torre Avenue in Cupertino, just 15 minutes up the road from my San Jose location. Adding a second office will give me the advantage of being closer to the high tech sector and nearer to the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce where I am currently serving as a Board of Director.

The City of Cupertino happens to be home to one of the most highly educated, ethnically diverse populations in the country. It boasts world class schools. Apple has its headquarters there. Construction on a new Apple Campus 2 and a main street is already in the works. And having an office in the heart of Silicon Valley will give clients who live farther up on the Peninsula the advantage of a more convenient meeting spot.

Located just off De Anza Boulevard, my Cupertino office is just a stone's throw from City Hall and is situated adjacent to one of, if not the, largest public libraries in Santa Clara County. The Cupertino office offers many amenities that I am sure clients will appreciate, including easy access from Highways 85 and 280, ample parking, a relaxing setting, and friendly staff to greet them.

Now that I have finished the arduous task of setting up furniture and equipment, I truly look forward to serving the immigration needs of Cupertino and surrounding communities for years to come.

Timothy D. Widman is a San Jose Immigration Attorney and the owner of the Law Office of Timothy D. Widman.

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