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Law Offices of
Brelje and Associates, P.C. 
Size of Organization: 6
Year Established: 2001
Main Office: Goodyear, Arizona

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The Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C. is an AV-rated law firm specializing in employment immigration law. Our law firm represents Fortune 500 companies as well as smaller employers.

The mission of Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C. is to provide high-quality immigration law representation to employers and their professional employees or skilled workers located throughout the United States.

Services include H-1B specialty occupation status, H-2B temporary, non-agricultural worker visas, L-1 intracompany transferee status, TN (NAFTA) work authorization, PERM labor certification, J-1 waivers, permanent residency and I-9 employment verification compliance. Typical occupational classifications include managers and executives, physicians, software engineers, programmer analysts, aerospace engineers, system analysts, electrical and structural engineers, accountants, lawyers, teachers and architects.

Christopher Brelje, the firm's founder, was a partner with Lewis and Roca's Phoenix office. After 14 years with that law firm, in September 2000 he left the partnership to form a boutique law firm dedicated to employment immigration law. Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C. represents both large and small employers in business immigration matters. Its client list includes several Fortune 500 companies. The firm's clients are located throughout the United States and the firm has immigrated foreign nationals from over 40 countries. Law Offices of Brelje and Associates, P.C. holds Martindale-Hubbell's AV rating, its highest distinction.


Statement of Practice Summary:
Physician Immigration; Employment Visas; EB-5 Alien Entrepreneur Employment Creation Visas; I-9 Compliance; State Immigration Laws; Immigration Reform.