US IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY AND FOUNDER OF CORNERSTONE LAW SERVICES:

 

Hani Amra is the founder and managing attorney of Cornerstone Law Offices, P.C. Amra practices U.S. immigration and nationality law, concentrating on EB-5, labor certifications, H1-B, L-1 and E-2 visas. 

 

Conversant in Arabic and Spanish, Mr. Amra has represented clients before the U.S. Embassies and Consulates in Jordan, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Mexico and Colombia. Mr. Amra has a deep understanding of the complex U.S. Immigration laws and regulations and tailor his advice and counsel to the unique needs and situations of our clients. He is a frequent speaker at immigration law venues worldwide, and considered one of the leading professionals in employment-based, investor and business immigration matters in the Middle East. 

 

Our Team has practiced immigration and nationality law exclusively since 1993, concentrating on EB-5, labor certifications, H1-B, L-1 and E-2 visas. Our attorneys have represented Regional Centers in obtaining USCIS designation and has prepared hundreds of I-526 and I-829 foreign investor petitions and immigrant visa applications. Our staff is fluent in Arabic, Spanish, Mandarin, and Tagalog. We have two offices in Los Angeles and Irvine. 

Hani Amra

714-678-9770

Cornerstone Law Services

2500 E Ball Rd, Suite 200 Anaheim, Orange County 92806

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9500 Artesia Blvd Bellflower,

CA  90706

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