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Law Offices of Kamlesh Tewary
1974 State Route 27
Edison, NJ 08817
Ph: (732) 287-0080
Fx: (732) 287-3836

The Law Offices of Kamlesh Tewary, P.C. has been committed to the provision of exceptional legal services since 1990.

The firm’s clients range from single-member companies in the Central New Jersey area to well-established corporations with multiple locations all over the world. We have a particular familiarity with the legal needs of information technology firms, especially in the area of business immigration. We also cater to many of the non-immigration needs of our business clients, especially in the areas of employment and corporate law.

Big Firm Quality. Small Firm Service.
While knowledge of the law is an important factor when considering a law firm, many clients are ultimately satisfied with those firms that combine knowledge and experience with a high degree of reliability. Our firm offers clients the rare combination of small-firm service and communication with big-firm quality. We go the extra mile by partnering with our clients and addressing their critical business concerns.

What’s New
The Fiscal Year 2015 H-1B cap has closed. … [more]

Akshat Tewary has recently been quoted in various media for his work on corporate banking reform. … [more]

The March 2014 Visa Bulletin reveals little change from the February 2014 version. … [more]

The Department of State has modified the personal interview requirement for certain visa applicants. … [more]

The Department of State has issued the January 2014 Visa Bulletin. … [more]

USCIS will excuse H extensions that were filed late due to the government shutdown. … [more]

The Department of State has issued the October 2013 Visa Bulletin. … [more]

The Department of Status has instructed consular officers to review visa applications filed by a same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed by an opposite-sex spouse. … [more]

The U.S. Senate has a comprehensive immigration reform bill (S.744). … [more]

Supreme Court decision paves the way for same-sex I-130 immigrant petitions. … [more]

Separate I-94 forms will no longer be issued by CBP for nonimmigrants arriving by air and sea. … [more]

The H-1B quota for FY 2014 (beginning October 1, 2013) is likely to be exhausted in the first week of April 2013. … [more]

The Department of State has relaxed the personal interview requirement for certain H-1B visa applicants. … [more]

F-1 OPT applicants are reminded to be cognizant of filing requirements and deadlines. … [more]

Information Update for F-1 to H-1B "Cap Gap" Beneficiaries … [more]

USCIS has revised its FAQs on its interpretation of the January 2010 H-1B Neufeld Memo. … [more]

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