Sophisticated and Creative Business Immigration Solutions 


D&S partners with each client to assist them in identifying and executing the most effective strategy to achieve their goal of working and living in the U.S. We use our extensive experience and knowledge of applicable immigration laws and regulations to help clients successfully navigate the often complex immigration process. The Firm was founded on the principle that “one size” does not always fit all, particularly when it comes to developing business immigration solutions. By offering attorney-driven case management, we are able to work with clients - large and small - to develop an individualized strategy for each case.

We represent individuals, entrepreneurs, start-up, small, and medium-sized organizations on a wide variety of employment-based and family-based immigration matters across diverse industries, including finance, real-estate, technology, engineering, architecture, fashion, and the arts, as well as hospitals and universities.

D&S provides counsel on nonimmigrant and immigrant visa strategies to meet each client's specific needs


Immigrant Visas ("Green Cards")


D&S assists clients in obtaining green cards through various employment, family, and investment based routes including:

  • First Preference Petitions for Individuals of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researchers and Professors, and Multinational Managers and Executives.
  • Labor Certification for individuals with Advanced Degrees, whose work is in the National Interest, and those with Jobs Requiring a Bachelor's Degree and/or Work Experience
  • EB-5 Investor Visas
  • Family-Based Green Cards
  • Diversity Visa Lottery

We also assist clients with applications for Naturalization.

Nonimmigrant Visas


"Specialty occupation" visa for individuals holding a bachelor's degree, or equivalent, in a specialized field




Visa for intracompany transfers holding managerial, executive, or specialized knowledge positions with the company



Trader visa for individuals and companies engaged in substantial trade that is principally with the United States and the qualifying treaty country




Investor visa for individuals seeking to start up or work at a U.S.-based company sharing the qualifying treaty nationality and in which a substantial, at risk investment has been made



Temporary work visa for Canadian and Mexican nationals filling qualifying NAFTA professions in the U.S.



Exchange visitor visa for individuals approved to participate in work- and study-based exchange programs, commonly used for interns and trainees



Visa available to individuals of extraordinary ability in the arts, science, business, and athletics.



Student visas for individuals enrolled as full-time students in academic educational program or a language-training program




Visa for internationally recognized athletes or internationally recognized members of an entertainment group



Visa for temporary religious workers employed at non-profit religious organization in the U.S. to work as a minister or in a religious vocation or occupation




Temporary visitor visas for business (B-1) and tourism/pleasure (B-2)



Visa for citizens of Singapore and Chile coming to the U.S. to work in a "specialty occupation"



Visa permitting trainees and special education exchange visitors to come temporarily to the U.S, to train in their field of endeavor





Visa for Australian citizens coming to the U.S. to work in a "specialty occupation"




Visa for representatives of foreign media outlets with a home office in a foreign country