About Kirti Patel

For more than 10 years, Kirti Patel has worked with individuals and employers to develop the best solutions to their immigration issues. KP Law practice is built on her commitment to client service – personally meeting the clients, handling all matters no matter how small, and providing regular updates.
As an immigrant and a daughter of immigrants, she understands the hardships of many newly arrived immigrants. Using her experience in helping her family become Americans and her education in immigration and international law, she expertly handles permanent resident issues, spouse visas, and the naturalization process. Her many clients recognize the benefits of working with an attorney who recognizes their concerns and has a wide array of legal skills.
  • H-1B visas
  • US citizenship
  • PERM applications
  • Extraordinary ability
  • Permanent residence
  • Family-based immigration benefits
  • Procurement of employment-based immigration benefits
Before her practice, Ms. Patel worked as a contractor in the US Department of Justice’s Office of Immigration Litigation, researching and writing appeal briefs on issues involving refugee and asylum law.
She’s is active in the American Immigration Lawyers Association and practices in all 50 states plus Washington, DC. She holds a Juris Doctorate from Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis and Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University-Bloomington, Indiana. She’s fluent in EnglishHindi, and Gujarati.

Skills

Management
Law Knowledge
Honesty
Failed Cases

Our Practice Area

Non Immigrant VisaH1B, L1, E1, E2, E3, O1 Visas

Work permit and path to green card

Immigration VisaEmployment, Family, Investment

Permanent Residency through Family, Employment or Investment Visas

CitizenshipNaturalization and Citizenship

United Status Naturalization and Citizenship

Family Law

Special PermitsExtended Green card permits

To spend more than 6 months outside of U.S. while holding Green card.

Visa OverstayNon Immigrant Visas

Did you overstay your current visa?

DeportationImmigration Law

Did you receive deportation notice?

Business VisasNon Immigration Visas

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