- Immigration And Naturalization
- Visa Petitions
- Green Card Services
- Consular Assistance
- Immigration Litigation
- Immigration Appeals
- Family Law
- Real Estate and Business Transactions
- Political Asylum
- Business Immigration
- Employment Authorizations
- Employment Immigration
- Labor Certification
- Family Immigration
- Investor Visas
- Labor Certifications
- Permanent Visas
- Religious Visas
30 Years Experience. Dedicated, Committed
Shirley L. Wong, Ltd. is a Chicago-based boutique firm specializing in immigration law - both family and employment matters - with additional expertise in general law and real estate issues and transactions. Our clients include employers, employees, businesses, and private individuals and their families. Shirley L. Wong founded the firm more than thirty years ago with the guiding ideas that clients deserve experienced, aggressive and professional representation. Since then, we have grown our practice areas and deepened our focus on immigration law matters because we feel we can make a significant impact in the lives and dreams of our clients.
Because Shirley L. Wong, Ltd. is a smaller firm, we can provide personal attention and focus on the needs of its clients. At the same time, we can deliver the same level of professionalism of large impersonal legal firms. We consist of a group of highly skilled legal professionals all experienced and committed to serving your legal needs.
Shirley L. Wong is well respected in the field of immigration law and has helped countless clients navigate the vast Federal system governing all areas of immigration. She has been practicing immigration law since 1980.
Keith L. Southam has extensive experience and success in obtaining employment visas for business and permanent residency based on marriage.
Our experience has resulting in thousands of successful immigration cases. We also provide our clients with the backing of many years of experience in general law matters.
Immigration Law: Our firm specializes in immigration law and has helped thousands of clients to achieve their goals. We are committed to working hard on your behalf and we have deep resources and research in this area. Our expertise in employment-based immigration makes us experts in temporary workers visas (E-1, E-2, H-1B, H-2B, L-1A, L-1B, O-1, O-2, P-1, P-2, P3, and R visas) and in permanent residency (green cards) (PERM, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-5). We also have a well developed practice in immigration law as it affects families, including petitions based on marriage, petitions for parents, petitions for children, and petitions for brothers and sisters. We further specialize in asylum application, waivers of inadmissibility (section 212 waivers), removal hearings (deportation), and appeals.
Real Estate: Our firm represents both buyers and sellers in numerous transactions and advises clients in all areas of real estate law.
Family Law: We have an active practice in divorce, custody, and other matrimonial matters.
General Law: We are able to provide a full range of legal services in assist clients in affiliated areas.
We take great pride in the success we achieve on behalf of our clients and measure our satisfaction by their positive outcomes.
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