John Manley practices immigration law in the Los Angeles area. Immigration is a federal practice and John Manley can represent clients who are outside California.
He represents foreign nationals who wish to apply for immigration benefits through business related or family-based immigration.
He also represents clients who wish to either appeal a denial under one of the Trusted Traveler Programs(Global Entry, Nexus, Sentri) or file a DHS TRIP Redress Complaint. Farsi Speaking Lawyers in Los Angeles
He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and serves as a Media Liaison for the Southern California Chapter. John is also an Ambassador to the American Immigration Council in Los Angeles.
John Manley is a member of the Executive Committee for the Immigration Law Section at the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
He is a Past Chair of the Immigration Law Section and currently serves as a Co-Liaison to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
John Manley has practised immigration law for over fourteen years and is a graduate of Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles.
John speaks Farsi and Spanish (both languages are very challenging and the learning process is on-going).
John Manley also represents foreign nationals who wish to work in the US with temporary nonimmigrant employment-based visas, such as H1B, TN, and E-3 visas.
John M. Manley is an attorney practising immigration law. General Information John represents foreign nationals and corporations for business or family-based immigration petitions.
His services include:
Non-immigrant petitions, including B-1, H-1B, H-3, L-1, L blankets, TN, E-1, E-2, E-3, J-1, O-1.
Immigrant visa petitions, including for multinational managers, outstanding researchers and extraordinary ability aliens.
Labor certification (PERM) applications.
Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing paperwork for foreign nationals to complete the permanent residence (green card) process.
All family-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions, including fiancée visas and unmarried partner visas. Marriage-based permanent residence petitions, including accompanying clients at USCIS interview.
Applications for US citizenship and naturalization.
Advise companies on the immigration implications of corporate restructuring and layoffs.
Provide regular updates on breaking immigration news that might affect you.