We’re here to help you do better business.

Our hyper-connected world has made it increasingly easy to find the most talented people for your business, no matter where they are in the world — but that doesn’t mean bringing them to the United States is easy. Each case poses its own set of challenges.

Our clients rely on our forward-thinking legal advice and assistance when making hiring decisions. We want you to think of Younossi Law as the legal arm of your HR team: Call on our law firm when you’re drafting job requirements, reviewing the statuses of potential employees, or bringing your new hire to the United States.

We can help you develop a strategic immigration and hiring program that is centered on people, not bureaucracy. We will respect your time and goals — you’ll never be left wondering about the status of your petition — and we will help you move forward through the process, no matter how long it takes.

We work extensively with a number of industries:

  • Food retail
  • Financial services
  • Digital imaging
  • Mobile technology
  • International freight
  • High tech
  • Biotechnology
  • Start-ups

The U.S. government offers many types of visas for employees who would like permanent residence status.

  • For professionals: E-3, H-1B, TN
  • For multi-nationals: L-1
  • For extraordinary ability foreign nationals: O-1
  • For trainees: H-3 and J-1
  • For employment-based permanent residence: EB

An attorney with Younossi Law can also help you understand common challenges and considerations, such as wait times and preference categories and employment-based criteria.

Discover how the attorneys in our California law office can help you do better business.

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Take the first step toward achieving your goals. Our staff possesses language skills in Farsi, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.


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South San Francisco, CA 94080



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