Los Angeles Immigration Attorney

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Los Angeles Immigration Attorney

Immigration Services

Los Angeles Immigration AttorneyEmployment-Based

  • H-1B: Professional “Specialty Occupation”
  • L-1: Managerial or Specialized Knowledge
    Intracompany Transferees
  • O-1: Individuals of Extraordinary Ability
  • TN: Canadian and Mexican Professionals
  • PERM: Prevailing wage determination, guidance through recruitment process to test labor market, and Permanent Labor Certification filing
  • PERM-Based & EB-1(A,B,C) I-14O Petition: Green card petition for Professionals, Skilled Workers, or members of professions with advanced degrees.
  • Employment-Based I-485 Application: Permanent Residence based on pending or approved I-140.

Los Angeles Immigration AttorneyFamily-Based

  • K-1: Fiancé(e) Visa
  • K-3: Spousal Visa
  • Immediate Relative Visas & more!

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Why work with us

At Grey Law Immigration, we understand the importance of providing our clients with timely and quality services. Our Service level agreements (SLAs) maintain the highest standards for our clients by outlining clear expectations for each client engagement.

By establishing SLAs, we can ensure that our clients receive the best possible service and that our team is held accountable for meeting established timelines and communication channels.


Saving you time and stress on your immigration journey.


Personalized communication for earned trust with your immigration legal team.


A seamless immigration journey from start to finish.


About Us

Grey Law Immigration is a specialized law firm that provides comprehensive immigration solutions for businesses. Our experienced team works closely with clients to achieve their immigration goals through a personalized approach. We are committed to excellence, integrity, and professionalism. Our legal expertise helps businesses recruit and retain the best talent from around the world while ensuring compliance with all applicable laws.




David Grey is an experienced attorney and founder of the renowned law firm, Grey Law. With over 35 years of legal experience, David has established himself as a leading figure in the practice of law.

David was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1975. He then founded Grey Law in 1986. Leveraging his experience in the computer industry, David has developed a systems approach to legal practice that has resulted in a series of notable and stunning successes in handling legal matters.

At Grey Law, the immigration team specializes in employment and family-based legal matters. By optimizing our skills and knowledge whether it’s securing employment-based visas or navigating the nuances of family sponsorship, Grey Law is committed to providing personalized, high-quality services that meet the unique needs of each client.




Meet Ali Elachkar, an accomplished immigration attorney. In 2016, he was recognized as one of the “Top 10 Immigration Attorneys in California” by the American Institute of Legal Counsel.

Born in Hollywood and raised in the greater Los Angeles area, Ali received a Bachelor’s Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. With a life-long dream of pursuing a legal education, Ali attended Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu and became the first member of his extended family to earn a legal education. After passing the California Bar, Ali began his legal career with a law firm in Orange County, representing Fortune 500 medical corporations.

Ali’s pivot to practicing immigration law stems from his personal experience as the child of immigrant parents. He brings incredible resolve, hard work, and intellectual vigor to the practice, focusing solely on immigration matters. If you’re in need of an experienced and passionate immigration attorney, we invite you to consider Grey Law for all of your immigration law needs.




Our Immigration Program Manager, Amy Lucier, brings a unique set of skills and expertise to our law firm. Amy is a certified Global Mobility Specialist, equipped to handle the complexities of global migration. Amy graduated from the University of Padua in Italy, where she earned a Master’s degree in Mobility Studies. This specialized program has equipped Amy with a deep understanding of the factors that influence

migration and mobility, as well as the legal frameworks that govern it. In her past experience, Amy has worked with companies of all sizes at multinational global immigration law firms. Amy has used this knowledge to develop creative and effective solutions for our clients. Whether it concerns securing visas for highly skilled professionals or navigating complex visa requirements, Amy is dedicated to helping our clients achieve their immigration goals.



Why would a green card application be denied?

A green card application may be denied by the U.S. government for many reasons, including mistakes on the required forms, missing documents, insufficient financial resources, failure to demonstrate eligibility, and more. If your green card application has been denied, it is best to consult with an immigration lawyer.

What is a green card?

A “green card” provides proof of lawful permanent resident status that allows one to live and work anywhere in the United States, which is issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Depending on your circumstances, most green cards must be renewed every 10 years but green cards based on marriage or investment must be replaced after the first 2 years.

What is the USCIS?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is an agency of the Department of Homeland Security that oversees legal immigration and naturalization system.

How long does it take to get a green card?

The timeline for obtaining a green card varies, as there are many different types of routes one can take. The processing times can take months or even years. It is best to consult with an immigration lawyer to explain your situation so we can give you a better estimate.

Do I need to hire a lawyer to get a green card?

You are not required to hire a lawyer to obtain a green card; however, it is in the best interest for your case to do so. The laws around lawful permanent residence are full of exceptions and are unpredictable–the forms and documents required can be extremely overwhelming, government delays or mixups are inevitable, and mistakes by the applicant can have serious consequences.

What is a K-1 visa?

The K-1 fiancé visa is available to fiancés of U.S. citizens who are living outside of the United States and plan to get married within 90 days of arriving in the United States.