John Khosravi | جان خسروی
John Khosravi | جان خسروی; Immigration Law; English & Farsi (Persian); Seattle, WA, US We have helped many people achieve their dreams of living and working in the U.S. Our clients regularly become lifelong friends! We are that committed. Immigration help can begin with the process of obtaining a visa to enter the U.S. temporarily for work, and subsequently applying for a Green Card through a relative, such as a spouse, or through their employer.
John Khosravi | جان خسروی, Top Persian Immigration Lawyer in Seattle, WA
Eventually, a client will be able to obtain Citizenship through Naturalization. Once they are granted Citizenship with our help, the cycle begins all over again when clients then Petition for their parents and brothers and sisters. This is why our close relationships with our clients mean so much. We are actually together for more than a decade!
Immigration Attorney and Professor John Khosravi are the Managing Attorney of the JQK Law Firm, a boutique-style immigration law firm headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, with satellite offices throughout the west coast of the United States.
As a first-generation American of immigrant parents, John Khosravi understands the personal difficulties of immigration.
John Khosravi | جان خسروی at The JQK Law Firm focuses on Family, Business (Investment & Employment) and Talent (Artists, Athletes, Scientists/Professors/Researchers & Individuals with Extraordinary Abilities) based immigration to the United States. He also helps individual Naturalization, obtaining travel documents (White Passport/Reentry Permits) and other immigration-related needs of his clients.
John Khosravi works with individuals and clients of various sizes, from start-ups and small businesses to multinational corporations, in a broad range of industries, including academic, advertising, medical and research, new media, biotechnology, aerospace, fashion, and the arts and entertainment fields.
John Khosravi is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and served as the Vice-Chair of AILA’s National Law Student Committee, in addition to teaching Immigration Law as an Adjunct Professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and Pepperdine Law School in Malibu, CA. John earned his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School, after receiving his B.A. with Honors from UCLA.