Immigration Lawyer in Artesia, California
The Artesia Law Offices of Kate L. Raynor dedicated to working in the best interests of our clients.
In some situations, the best interests of the client are to seek solutions to their problems that will exclude the firm from realizing a fee.
We will not hesitate to advise clients of alternative solutions to the issues they face.
Artesia Immigration lawyer Kate L. Raynor takes great pride in personalized representation and strives to make its clients comfortable during and even after the representation ends.
We excel at ensuring that our clients goals are met and that they are satisfied with the services that we provide.
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Artesia General Information:
Artesia is a small city in southeast Los Angeles County, California, United States and is one of the Gateway Cities. It was incorporated on May 29, 1959. The population was 16,380 at the 2000 census. Artesia is surrounded on the west, south, and east sides by Cerritos, with Norwalk to the north.
Artesia is the home of the East West Ice Palace, an ice rink which is co-owned by Michelle Kwan. It also was the childhood home (1914 until 1931) of former First Lady Pat Nixon, though the house in which she grew up is now part of neighboring Cerritos.
Although Artesia is best known for the "Little India" section of Pioneer Boulevard, there are also many Filipino, Mexican, Chinese, and Korean-owned stores and residences in the area, as well as Portuguese and other Caucasian-owned stores and residences.