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Immigration Lawyer in Chicago

Immigration law can be confusing and incredibly difficult to navigate. Frequently, we hear from you that the process is frustratingly slow, or your previous immigration attorney was unresponsive and even that the legal process seemed hidden to you. This will not do.

The Immigration lawyers of Ray Law are solely dedicated to serving your immigration needs in the Chicago area. We are committed to:

For over 20 years, our firm has been focused exclusively on U.S. immigration law which means that we know exactly what we’re doing.

Whether you are looking to come to the United States temporarily, bring your employees or wish to obtain permanent residency, we can help you determine the best path. Our clients range from individuals and families to businesses of all sizes and scope.

Fill out this form for a free consultation.

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Ray Law International, PC

35 East Wacker Drive

Suite 650

Chicago, IL 60601

Phone: (312) 546-5116
Fax: (312) 782.4519

Email: info@raylawinternational.com

Ray Law Advantage: Like immigration GPS. You are on the fastest route.

Latest Immigration News

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