We Know Immigration Matters.
Our Bay Area Green Card Lawyers Will Help you Reach your Immigration Goals.
Our mission is to serve as your experienced and trustworthy advocate. Our Bay Area green card lawyers will use their 15+ years of experience to ensure that your application is accurate, complete, and optimized for success.
What Sets Our Firm Apart?
Our founder, Priya Alagiri, brings over 15 years of experience as a Bay Area green card lawyer and federal litigator to craft winning strategies for her clients. Coming from a family of immigrants herself, she understands the personal and complex nature of the immigration process. Priya leverages her unique blend of legal abilities and personal experience to provide her clients with the highest level of representation.
Reasons to Trust Us
Our Bay Area Green Card lawyers will help you reach your immigration goals.
15+ Years of Legal Experience
1000+ Applications Approved
80+ Countries Served
7+ Awards Won
Helping You Obtain your Green Card.
Since establishing The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm in 2005, we have made a name for ourselves as trustworthy and knowledgeable Bay Area green card lawyers. Our team has helped over a thousand clients nationwide reach their immigration goals.
As a boutique law firm, we provide a high level of communication and personal interaction throughout each case. In addition, we maintain a singular focus on immigration law so that we can better serve our clients and stay up-to-date on ever-changing developments in the law.
The right immigration lawyer and team can streamline and expedite your process.
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“No need for anyone to look any further than the Alagiri Immigration Law Firm for your immigration needs – you will have total confidence in their guidance and friendship.”
– Bernard G.
“Priya possesses extensive knowledge in the field of Green card processing, particularly for individuals with extraordinary abilities employed in the technology sector. Strongly recommend Priya for all your visa processing needs.”