The AH Law Group is an international business and immigration law firm with offices in Arkansas, Washington, DC and Madrid, Spain. The Firm serves diverse local, national and international clients spanning from individual entrepreneurs to multi-national corporations.
The firm represents plaintiffs and defendants, both individuals and corporate clients, engaged in litigation concerning a variety of subjects including contract disputes, employment issues, intellectual property and real estate.
The nationwide registration of your company’s trademarks or service marks with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is essential to ensuring the integrity of your brand and to protecting against infringement or misuse of the marks by others.
The AH Law Group advises and represents employers on a variety of workplace issues, including personnel policies, EEOC claims, employee handbooks, wrongful discharge claims and trade secrets/non-compete litigation.
Our Law Firm has a unique client service model focusing on understanding our clients’ private or business necessities, and therefore we prepare tailored immigration strategies for each specific individual or corporation.
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The Trump administration is dramatically increasing fees for dozens of immigration and work applications, including a more than 80 percent increase on naturalization applications and a first-time fee for asylum applicants.
The recent proclamation suspended the entry of foreign nationals on H-1B, L-1, H-2B and (most) J-1 temporary visas until at least December 31, 2020. The plaintiffs argue that overrides Congress. “The proclamation is unlawful”