An Immigration Lawyer To Support Your Case
Do you want to visit or stay in the United States? Are you a business that is seeking to employ foreign nationals, whose education, talent, and skills are critical for the continued success of your company? You need an immigration lawyer to represent you. Are you an investor or entrepreneur that is seeking to bring your assets and unique skills to the United States? Are you seeking to join your family in the United States? Whether you are a business, investor, entrepreneur, or family member seeking to come to the United States, Gene Cox can provide expert immigration legal advice to help you meet your goals.
We Have Solutions For Your Status
We Work With Diverse Situations
Are you already in this country and seeking to stay? Do you want to extend your visa or seeking a green card? Do you want to become a naturalized citizen? Are you undocumented or overstayed your visa? Are you in the country legally or illegally and been charged with a crime? Gene Cox has years of experience in both criminal defense and international law and can help you.
Sound Advice From An Experienced Professional
Gene Cox is a former federal prosecutor and DEA attorney who practiced overseas for years. Gene Cox also has an advanced degree in international law from Georgetown University. Gene Cox provides expert legal advice on Employment-based work visas; Family-based Immigration and Visas; Deportation Defense; and Investors and Entrepreneurs. Whether your goal is to visit the United States temporarily or to live in the United States permanently, Gene Cox knows the system and can help you achieve your personal and professional goals by being legally allowed to live and work in the United States.
Where We Represent
CoxFedLaw, LLC practices before the following courts and agencies:
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Green cards; H-1B, L-1, and E-visas and waivers
- U.S. Department of Labor- Labor Certification
- U.S. Department of State – Visa matters and Consular Affairs
- U.S. Immigration Court – Removal and Detention