ABOUT CHARLOTTE VIENER & ASSOCIATESNew Orleans Immigration Attorneys
For over seventeen years, Charlotte Viener & Associates, a New Orleans, Louisiana based law firm has been working exclusively in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law. Although our office is located in New Orleans, Louisiana, our lawyers represent immigrants and employers throughout the United States and the World and offer legal services in nearly all aspects of immigration law. We pride ourselves on providing quality professional services to all of our clients. We are up-to-date on the latest legal technologies that can help make your immigration process run smooth and efficiently. Immigration law can literally change from day to day. Because our office only handles Immigration cases, you can be assured that our Attorneys have the dedicated knowledge and expertise to make sure you or your loved ones obtain the results you are seeking.
Charlotte Viener and Associates understands that the immigration process can be overwhelming and complicated. Our highly-trained Attorneys and Staff will ensure you understand every step of the process and most importantly keep you informed about every aspect of your case. Whether you just have general immigration question, are seeking a family or employment visa, want to become a US Citizen or are an employer wanting to sponsor a foreign worker, contacting the legal team at Charlotte Viener & Associates is your first step in the right direction. In addition, our office handles removal (deportation) cases before the Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Charlotte Viener & Associates can be reached in a variety of ways. To contact Charlotte Viener directly, please email email@example.com. To schedule an in-person appointment or even a simple phone consultation, you can call our office directly at 504-581-5051 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting you and making sure your Immigration dreams become a reality.
PRACTICE AREASIn Immigration Law
Applies to those who have a US or LPR son or daughter. Qualified applicants will receive relief from deportation as well as work authorization for an initial three year period.