Immigration Lawyer in Arcadia, California
Arcadia immigratio law office of Kate Raynor is a full service immigration law firm, that concentrates its practice in helping non United States citizens obtain lawful status in the United States.
The firm limits its practice to United States immigration and nationality law.
We are able to represent people located all over the world and in all 50 States.
We practice extensively in the immigration area of business development and are here to help you expand your business into the United States.
We represent large multi-national corporations, and small businesses alike, helping their owners, executives, managers, and employees obtain
work authorization in the United States. We also represent employees, such as professionals and other skilled workers who want to work in
the United States.
Free Consultation Available at (877) 872-9666
Arcadia General Information:
Arcadia's beginnings go back over 3,000 years to the Tongva ("Gabrielino") Indian tribe, whose inhabitants lived all over Southern California.
These people were also known as the Gabrielinos, a name taken from the Spanish San Gabriel Mission (in present-day San Gabriel, California), and under whose control
these people were enslaved during the mission period in California. Arcadia’s settlement of these Native Americans was known as Aleupkigna (or “Aluupkenga) (McCawley, William.
The First Angelinos: The Gabrielino Indians of Los Angeles. Malki Museum/Ballena Press, 1996) on what became the Rancho Santa Anita, one of many land grants created during
Mexican rule of California (1821-1848). The Gabrielinos were quickly wiped out through a combination of overwork and exposure to "Old World" diseases.