Millions of people come to the United States each year to visit, work and live. However, immigrating to the United States has become a more complicated process since the events of September 11, 2001. New federal laws and new government agencies, like the Department of Homeland Security, have changed the landscape significantly. If you or a family member is interested in working or living in the United States, you likely need help understanding U.S. immigration laws and how to successfully apply for legal status.

Bartlett & Weigle Co., L.P.A. has provided expert legal advice and representation to a wide range of clients seeking entry to the United States for over 30 years. Our clients vary from professional and blue collar workers to those seeking political asylum. We also provide our services to migrant workers, students, diversity lottery recipients, religious workers, entrepreneurs, family members of current U.S. residents, and foreign or domestic businesses seeking to place employees in the U.S.

We take pride in offering legal advice and representation in all aspects of immigration law, including business, employment, family, international adoption, employer sanctions, asylum, deportation/exclusion, naturalization and criminal law. Our firm also counsels large, multi-national corporations, small companies, and individuals in matters such as: E visas, L visas, H visas, J waivers, permanent residency issues, national interest waivers, priority worker petitions and PERM applications.

Bartlett & Weigle Co., L.P.A. is a full-service immigration firm, and one of few firms in Cincinnati area with experience in all aspects of the field from employment and family based petitions to criminal and deportation and removal matters. As active members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), we keep abreast of current changes in the law and can give you confidence that your case will be handled by an expert who understands your needs.

  • DACA

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

  • TPS

    Temporary Protected Status

  • SIJS

    Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

  • VAWA

    Violence against Women Act

  • U Visas

    Victims of certain qualifying crimes

Contact us to learn which category is right for you.