Multiple federal agencies enforce United States immigration policy and related guidelines. These agencies are committed to increased employer immigration enforcement. Employers must fully comply with the numerous employment-related immigration laws. At A Sharma Law Firm, PLLC, we represent employers who face immigration audits, investigations, and enforcement-related actions. Our experienced business immigration attorneys counsel businesses in preparing corporate policies and programs to ensure full compliance with federal immigration laws and regulations.

At ASLF, our worksite enforcement attorneys assist employers throughout United States with all aspects of immigration compliance and worksite enforcement, including proactive services and response involving:

  • Worksite enforcement assistance
  • H-1B compliance
  • I-9 compliance
  • E-Verify
  • Social Security no-match letter


There are many ways to obtain a green card or permanent residence. The most popular method of obtaining a green card is through employment sponsorship or family sponsorship. However, there are other ways to get a green card, including political asylum, investment visas, and diversity lotteries.

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The U.S. immigration and nationality laws are complex. The process of obtaining the correct type of visa for your situation is confusing. One of the benefits of working with an experienced New York green card attorney at ASharma Law Firm, PLLC is that you will benefit from our twenty years of combined immigration law experience and the focused knowledge.

We can effectively represent you in your quest to obtain a green card for yourself, an employee, or a family member. We evaluate your situation to determine the most viable method of obtaining permanent residency. We will help you complete and file the appropriate paperwork with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).



For our most clients, naturalization is the next step following obtaining a green card that allows them to live and work in the U.S. Naturalization is the complex process by which a foreign national can become a U.S. citizen. In order to be eligible for naturalization, a permanent resident must be 18 years of age, have good moral character, be able to read, write, and speak English, pass a civics test demonstrating knowledge of U.S. government and history, and meet other requirements:

  • Employment-based visa/green card holders: Lawful permanent residents may be eligible for naturalization after five years, if other requirements are met – such as being physically present in the U.S. for at least thirty months of the five years.
  • Family-based visa/green card holders: Spouses of U.S. citizens may be eligible for naturalization once they have been a lawful permanent resident for three years and meet other requirements – such as having lived with the citizen spouse for the entire three years in marital union.

Our naturalization lawyers have successfully guided countless clients through the naturalization process. We have the experience and resources necessary to prepare all applicable paperwork, comply with filing requirements, ensure clients are prepared for English and civics tests, and complete all other aspects of the legal process.

Contact one of our knowledgeable and experienced immigration law attorneys at ASLF to discuss your needs.