About Rakesh Mehrotra
Rakesh Mehrotra is an EB-5 immigration attorney and founder of the Law Offices of Rakesh Mehrotra, located in Reston, Va. His firm is a boutique, state-of-the-art firm that concentrates on U.S. immigration and nationality law throughout the country. Attorney Mehrotra has handled all aspects of immigration and nationality law for over 22 years and has represented numerous corporate and individual clients throughout the entire world. He provides individuals and corporations with consultations on many aspects of immigration law and handles cases before the Department of State and its consulates and embassies, USCIS, U.S. courts, the Department of Labor, and other government agencies.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Rakesh Mehrotra concentrate on professional and business immigration matters such as national interest waivers, E visas, H visas, L visas, O visas, labor certifications, multinational executives/managers, and other forms of complex immigration. The firm’s clients include both large corporations and small businesses, and the firm serves more than 500 companies. The firm provides employees and employers with the most appropriate immigration services, depending on their individual needs. The firm takes pride in its efficient handling of cases, attention to detail, and high quality of work.
As an immigrant himself attorney Mehrotra understands the needs and concerns of immigrants and has committed himself to community service. He often provides free legal services to clients and speaks at community forums to offer information on immigration issues.
Attorney Mehrotra has frequently spoken at numerous forums and conferences for information technology companies. Among other venues, he has given presentations on the topic of immigration law at George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College, and Rutgers University.
Attorney Mehrotra attended Shri Ram College of Commerce University of Delhi where he earned a Bachelor of Commerce. He obtained his Bachelor of Law at the University of Delhi, and earned his Master of Laws at George Washington University Law School.
He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is admitted to practice law in Virginia, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, as well as in the District of Columbia. He frequently speaks at conference and forums throughout the country about immigration matters.
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