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Law Office of Thomas V. Allen, PLLC.

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Law Office of Thomas V. Allen is recognized as one of the fastest growing law firm focusing its practice in business immigration laws. We practice U.S immigration primarily focused on employment based immigration serving a wide range of corporate and individual clients.  

Mr. Thomas V. Allen Esq. has been awarded his graduate law degree from the Indiana School of Law, Indianapolis, in the year 2006. Since 2006, Mr. Allen has dedicated his legal service to immigrants for their employment and family-based needs. He is licensed to practice general law in New York and also eligible to practice Federal Law in all 50 states of United States of America.

Mr. Allen practices exclusively in U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law and is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is also a member of American Bar Association and New York State Bar Association.

Committed to the privileges of immigrants and non-immigrants, Mr. Allen offers his full-time efforts to ensuring that individuals are entering the United States on a temporary or permanent visa basis are provided with all the rights and privileges afforded to them under U.S. immigration laws and regulations.

He represents clients in all areas of business immigration, serving guidance to employers and their employees to obtain a proper temporary immigrant visa or non-immigrant visa status and ultimately permanent residence. He also guides clients in complying with labor department rules, I-9 rules, and other complex immigration laws. Mr. Allen represents a wide variety of employers, including multinational corporations, small businesses, and entrepreneurial investors. He limits his practice to Immigration and Nationality law in the state of New Jersey and other states of United States.

Lawsuit Challenging Searches and Seizures of Electronic Devices at Border

Author: Thomas Vinu Allen, Esq.  Attorney-At-LawLaw Office of Thomas V. Allen, PLLC.Plaintiffs, ten U.S. citizens and one lawful permanent resident, filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging searches and seizures of smartphones, laptops, and other electronic devices at the U.S.…


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