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We help individuals and companies, ranging from start-ups to well-established corporations, make the best immigration decisions for their individual needs. We understand that today’s global economy requires businesses to stay on top of the latest technological advancements in order to stay competitive. Throughout the private sector, and especially in technology, this means hiring the best and brightest employees, wherever they may be found. Recognizing that a large pool of highly-qualified workers can be found abroad, the immigration attorneys at the Owji Law Group in San Francisco focus their practice on business immigration matters for companies in Palo Alto, Silicon Valley, the greater San Francisco Bay Area, and throughout the country.

Our legal team is spearheaded by Farshad Owji, who has more than 20 years of legal experience and has focused specifically on immigration law in San Francisco since 2002. Farshad Owji has personally been through the U.S. immigration process and understands first-hand the stakes involved for families, employees, and companies. Farshad Owji handles every case as if it were his own and stands fully behind every petition he files. Our team communicates effectively so that you know what to expect at every step of the immigration process.

The Owji Law Group handles the full range of employment-based and business-based immigration matters, including investment visas, consular processing of immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and related business litigation matters. Additionally, the Owji Law Group assists in individual and family-based immigration matters. If you are an investor or entrepreneur with a technology start-up, or a foreign national or foreign company wishing to come to the U.S. to establish or expand your business, contact the Owji Law Group in San Francisco at 415-693-9583. We look forward to the opportunity to meet with you and discuss the ways we can help you with your immigration legal needs and goals.

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Dedicated and Experienced Business Immigration Attorney

Farshad Owji is a managing attorney at the Owji Law Group, a full service boutique law firm in San Francisco, California. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and its National Department of State Liaison Committee. Upon graduation from law school in 1994, he accepted an internship, and soon after a position, at the UNHCR Branch Office in Ankara. Later, he held a position as Senior International Associate at Deloitte, LLP. In 2002, he opened his immigration practice in the Financial District of San Francisco. His areas of expertise include investment visas, consular processing of family- and employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant visas, and business litigation. Specifically, he guides start-up companies to make intelligent immigration decisions for a firm establishment and successful growth in the U.S.

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