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San Francisco Immigration Attorney

The Law Office of Peter Duong provides a full range of services related to all aspects of United States immigration and naturalization law. We are committed to providing service with excellence and integrity at a reasonable rate.

We assist individuals and businesses with the preparation of employment-related applications such as H-1B (professional occupation), H1-B1 (professional occupation from Chile or Singapore), E-3 (professional occupation from Australia), L-1 (intra-company transferee), TN (from Canada or Mexico), J-1 (trainee/intern), and O-1 (extraordinary/exceptional ability).

In addition, we also represent individuals with respect to their family-based immigration applications including fiancé and marriage visas…

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As a child of Vietnamese immigrants, I approach immigration law with a personal passion."

-- Peter Duong, Esquire

San Francisco Immigration Lawyer

Peter Duong

At the law offices of Peter Duong, we understand that your immigration matter is important.

News / Publications

3108, 2016

Filing a Motion to Reopen or Reconsider an Immigration Case: FAQs

August 31st, 2016|0 Comments

When officials at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) hand down an unfavorable decision in an immigration case, the petitioner (i.e., the person who filed the application) may have a few options for addressing the […]

2408, 2016

Applying for U.S. Citizenship: The Forms & Costs

August 24th, 2016|0 Comments

Naturalizing in the U.S. can come with a number of benefits, including more rights and opportunities (like, for instance, an easier path to bring other loved ones to America). The process of obtaining U.S. citizenship, […]

I had the opportunity to work with Peter and his team and I am very thankful for their your exceptional help. It has been a surprisingly stress-free and enjoyable journey having them by my side from my green card process to my USA citizenship new status. Thank you Peter Duong and legal team.
JAIME M. - JANUARY 5, 2016, Peter Duong Law