After dealing with the US Embassy for months I’ve realized that it’s time for immigration reform in the USA.

The New York based law firm, O’Malley & Associates has opened an office in Dublin. To coincide with the opening of the Dublin office the firm is hosting a one-day US visa seminar.

The seminar will focus the basic logistics of US visa law for professionals, investors, and those wishing to gain more knowledge of the US visa process.

O’Malley & Associates, specializing in US visa and nationality law, has been advising clients on US visa law since 1987. Located at 20 Harcourt Street, the Dublin office is managed by attorney Louise Corrigan a dual qualified American attorney and Irish solicitor.

The firm deals with all aspects of US visa law with a special emphasis on professional employment visas, multinational transferee executive and managerial visas, entertainment visas for performers and artists, permanent residence, and US and dual citizenship eligibility. The Dublin office will serve both the corporate and private client communities in all of these areas of US visa law.

For more information and to register for the Wednesday, May 6 seminar visit their EventBrite page here.