ErikAnderson directs his firm'sImmigrant Visa Practice, overseeing the development of case strategiesto address the recruitment and transfer of human resources in the United States and overseas. In this role he manages the visa and work permit needs of international professionals, managers, and executives. He also supervises the firm staff members who handle "green card" cases for employers...Show more
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Posted by: Santosh, a Immigration client
I recommend Erik Anderson
I hired Erik more than 3 years ago.
Erik handled my Immigration matter.
I have previously worked with 3-5 lawyers.
I have worked with Erik for 8 years now as client. What I like about Erik is that he will always give you 1 solution and not beat around the bush. He will say- I recommend this because this and this. End of story. As if he has a program that runs in the back of his mind that quickly computes the variables per your situation, and spits out best solution for your case immediately. I would highly recommend him. He is highly knowledgeble and experienced in Immigration field. If you call him anytime he will give you prompt and best advise over the phone. His fees are economical and he will charge you for consultation only as required. Rest of the time he is happy to help you with his singlepointed focused advise. I call and email bombard him with questions all the time. I am grateful for his help. "Let me find out" or "Get back to you" - are not in his dictionary. Erik will help you stay on course and he is the man you can trust on this treacherous immigration path. Good Man makes Good Lawyer.
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I endorse this lawyer's work. I have worked with him in the past and have known him for over 10 years. He is a hard working, ethical attorney.
Goel & Anderson, LLC
1993 JD - Juris Doctor in Law
American University, Washington College of Law
2012 Best Law Firms
2011- present Member
American Bar Association
2012 The Great Overseas Jobs Creator
2011 With EB-2 and EB-3 Priority Dates Improving Slowly, Alternative Solutions Merit Consideration
2010 Immigration Considerations for Professional Recruiters
2009 The Permanent Residency Process for H-1B Professionals