Asser Law Group, P.C.

Immigration and Nationality Law

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    Business Immigration

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    Visa Services

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    Family Immigration

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    Naturalization & Citizenship

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    Global Consulting & Training

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    Deportation & Removal Defense

Full Service Immigration Boutique

We are dedicated to helping individual clients and small businesses with all immigration matters. Our services also include training and consulting on global immigration matters.

3420 E. Shea Boulevard #200
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
p: 602-228-9773
f: 602-953-5330

Mission Statement

We understand that migration is a tool and not the result of wants and needs. We as a society need to be open to this and embrace the thought that with movement comes change and with change comes growth.

Our practice strives to provide the best possible assistance to those who need help with any matter related to immigration. We help people who need a strong advocate and legal mind when they’re faced with complex immigration matters such as deportation, family situations, abuse and detention.

Our practice also provides creative and strategic solutions to companies who want to hire foreign talent, investors who want to create jobs and everyone else who may need advice on immigration issues.

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Meet the Attorney

David Asser

David Asser

Cool Immigration Lawyer in the Heat of the Arizona Desert.

Immigration News

Please find below the news about the most recent developments in US immigration law. The landscape of immigration is constantly changing and it is sometimes difficult to keep up. Hopefully our news selection will be a helpful tool.

The DACA Dilemma

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) Update: On February 16, 2015, a federal district court temporarily enjoined the government from proceeding forward on the Secretary's policy of DAPA and expanded DACA.