The Law Offices of Jan H. Brown P.C., represent firms and individuals before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of State, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

International Telecommunications

On behalf of a British-based multinational telecommunications firm, obtained visas to facilitate transfer and employment of top-level personnel to manage client’s New York office.

Food Industry

Advised and represented a multinational food industry conglomerate in obtaining work visas for administrative personnel transferring to the U.S. The firm has also assisted U.S.-based restaurants and bakeries in obtaining needed foreign personnel.

Textile and Apparel Manufacturer

Represented the vice-president of an Egyptian export/cotton manufacturing concern, as well as the president of a Bangladeshi apparel manufacturing firm to obtain visas for intracompany transferees to manage the firms’ U.S. operations.

SYDNEY - OCTOBER 12, 2015: The Sydney Opera House. It was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon.

Multinational Firms

Represented U.S. and multinational firms sponsoring personnel with a wide spectrum of academic and professional backgrounds including travel, science, import/export, and more.

Foreign Investors

Obtained immigrant status for foreign investors seeking permanent residence in the U.S. through government-approved investment opportunities. Also, obtained non-immigrant visas for foreign investors making substantial investments in a U.S. business.

Athletes and Sports Teams

Obtained visas for Latin American soccer teams that enabled same to play exhibition matches in the U.S.

Internationally Renowned Artists

Represented internationally-renowned foreign visual, performing, and culinary artists before the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in obtaining lawful permanent resident status, and non-immigrant “O or P” status.

young beautiful model walking on fashion show piste

International High Fashion Agencies

Represented high-fashion agencies seeking INS approval to employ internationally-renowned hair stylists and make-up artists for magazine and commercial shoots.

Programmers and System Analysts

Received non-immigrant and immigrant employment status for computer systems analysts and programmers and their agents or employers.