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21 years, 210 cases
Born in Paris, France, Ms. Hart immigrated to the United States when she was 11 years old. Having gone through the immigration process herself, Attorney Hart understands the plight of the immigrant.
For over 20 years, Evelyne Hart has represented hundreds of clients from 98 countries in all aspects of deportation proceedings, family-based, employment-based, investment-based and business-based immigration, asylum, and naturalization before the immigration court, USCIS, Board of Immigration Appeals, the Administration Appeals Office, the Department of Labor, the National Visa Center and U.S. consulates.
Only 2.6% of Immigration Attorneys licensed in California are certified specialists in Immigration & Nationality Law and Evelyne Hart is one of them.
We represent for-profit and non-profit U.S. companies who would like to employ talented foreign workers;
We represent for-profit and non-profit foreign companies who want to establish subsidiaries in the United States.
We represent athletic teams, entertainment companies and cultural exchange groups.
We represent individuals in their capacity as petitioner or applicant, as fiancé(e), spouse, child, employee, lottery winner, investor, special immigrant, refugee, political asylee, temporary protected status beneficiary, agricultural worker, business and/or tourist visitor, temporary specialty worker, temporary nonagricultural worker, temporary trainee, intra-company transferee, executive, manager, treaty trader, treaty investor, student, exchange visitor, person of extraordinary ability in the arts, athletics, science, business or education, athlete, entertainer, scientist, business leader, professor, support staff, accompanying relative, student, participant in a reciprocal exchange program, member of a culturally unique group, religious worker, battered spouse, battered child, and more . . .
We represent persons with barriers to admissibility in the United States, persons who are in detention and removal proceedings, persons who want to become U.S. citizens, persons who seek extension of their visas or a change of status and more . . .