Our Immigration Law Practice

Berke Law Offices, Inc., in Canoga Park, first opened its doors in 1990. Since that time, we have helped over 10,000 immigrants in a wide range of immigration law matters. Led by founding lawyer Robert G. Berke, our firm is committed to navigating you through the complex immigration law system.

Our practice is focused on several different aspects of immigration law. For families, we help those located both here and abroad reunite in the U.S., using several different visa options potentially available in each case, including visas for spouses, parents and children. We also successfully overcome challenging issues that sometimes arise in the visa application process.

For businesses, we assist investors looking to establish or expand business enterprises here in the United States, as well as companies looking to hire skilled employees to perform highly specialized tasks. We assist with all aspects of EB-5, E-2, L-1 and other visas connected to business immigration.

A large portion of our practice is concentrated on the intersection of criminal law and immigration law. Many of the individuals we help are immigrants who have been charged with crimes, which include offenses such as:

  • Drug trafficking
  • Domestic violence
  • White collar crimes, including embezzlement and money laundering
  • Weapons offenses
  • Assault
  • Illegal re-entry
  • Fraud

Immigrants facing criminal charges need to know the risks associated with their case. Pleading guilty may result in removal proceedings against the individual. With the consequences being so severe, it is essential to speak to an experienced attorney to get a full review of the options available before you conclude your criminal case.

We identify the most direct way to accomplish your specific objective, and set out on a path to help you get through the process as efficiently as possible. Even when other firms have said things look hopeless, reach out to us to see what we can do to help you.

Get More Information About Your Specific Case

To talk to us about your specific options, please call 818-647-1002 or send us an email. We represent clients with connections to Southern California and throughout the United States and abroad with U.S. immigration law concerns.