About Bill Travis Klein
Bill Travis Klein is an EB-5 immigration attorney and founder of the Law Office of Bill Travis Klein, an immigration law firm based in Long Beach, Calif. He provides legal services and assistance primarily in the areas of family immigration and business immigration law and is highly experienced in developing solutions and strategies to help his clients with their U.S. immigration concerns.
The Law Office of Bill Travis Klein is known for providing quality legal services to its clients. Its success rate is high and it is therefore one of the most trusted immigration law firms in the region. Attorney Klein and his associates are up-to-date with the evolving U.S. immigration laws, staying on top of news releases by DHS, ICE, USCIS, and DOL concerning laws, memos, and regulations. The firm’s associates regularly update their clients with any new regulations and laws. The firm’s services focus mainly on U.S. immigration; their services include, but are not limited to, employment immigration, family immigration, temporary immigration, green card application, U.S. citizenship and naturalization, and consular assistance. Since U.S. immigration law is federal law, the firm’s associates can work on immigration cases from any of the 50 states. In addition to working with clients nationwide, associates of the firm can also represent international clients from all around the world.
Attorney Klein has helped several individuals with their legal immigration to the United States. He has experience with family-based (K-1, K-2, K-3 visas) and employment-based (H2B, H1B, J1, L, E visas) immigration, green card – LPR, U.S. citizenship and naturalization, admissions or asylum, green card lottery or diversity, Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) adjustments, registry adjustments, life act adjustments, child citizen act, removal or deportation defense, and petitions/citizenship/adjustment denials. He also assists individuals and organizations who wish to enter the United States temporarily and provides legal assistance with student visas, work visas, investment visas, vacation or tourist visas, trade visas, O visas (for outstanding individuals in the fields of arts, science, etc.), and P visas (for international artists, athletes and performers). His legal services include giving advice and helping his clients with their immigration documents and requirements.
Attorney Klein completed his Bachelor of Science degree at Concord University and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from West Coast School of Law in 2008. After completing his J.D. degree, he was admitted to the Superior Court of California and to the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Attorney Klein was acknowledged by the Los Angeles County Bar Association on June 14, 2012 for his outstanding contributions and work in the area of U.S. immigration law. He is also active in several professional organizations and associations. He is a member of the Japanese American Bar Association, Orange County Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and State Bar of California.
Attorney Klein is bilingual and can speak both English and Japanese fluently.
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