D'ALESSIO LAW GROUPD'Alessio Law Group is a boutique immigration law firm practicing exclusively in the area of US immigration law. We offer a particular level of expertise to clients who seek to immigrate to the United States to invest and or work in the entertainment industry. D'Alessio Law Group was founded on the premise of providing high quality legal representation with a focus on excellent client service and individualized attention by those who have personal experience with the immigration process. It is our objective to provide the best representation possible as we help our clients achieve their immigration goals in a fast and effective manner.
Attorney Lorraine D'Alessio
Managing Attorney Lorraine P. D’Alessio holds a bachelor’s degree with honors in Political Science from the University of Toronto. She went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Queen’s University, School of Policy Studies in Kingston, Canada. She also holds a US law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California. Mrs. D’Alessio is licensed to practice law in the United States and has been admitted to the State Bar of California.Ms. D’Alessio routinely gives lectures throughout Canada on entertainment and investment immigration. Prior to her work in US immigration law, Ms. D’Alessio spent several years working as a Ford Model based in Toronto, Canada.
Attorney Thomas J. Joy
Thomas J. Joy is a graduate of Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California and the College of Business Administration of Loyola University, Los Angeles, California. He has practiced law in California since 1976. His practice is limited to immigration and nationality law and concentrates on temporary and permanent business and employment related visas for investors, artists, entertainers, musicians, actors, directors, producers and essential technical and creative personnel in the motion picture and television industries, healthcare personnel, IT and engineering personnel, professionals, scientists, executives, managers, educators, athletes and skilled workers, for companies that are multi-national and domestic, large and small.
Canada California Business Council
Member of the Canada California Business Council (CCBC) supporting Canadian and Californian businesses growth. The Council uses its membership network to connect bi-lateral opportunities for Jobs Investment and Trade.
California Lawyers for the Arts
Beverly Hills Bar Association
Member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, a nationally recognized major metropolitan bar association based in Beverly Hills, serves the 15,000 + lawyers who live or work on the Westside of Los Angeles County.
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) which is the national association of over 11,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. AILA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that provides continuing legal education, information, professional services, and expertise through its 38 chapters and over 50 national committees.
Canadians in the US
Canadians in the US is our partner website dedicated to immigration law and cross-border tax issues for Canadians immigrating to the US. Our expertise in US immigration and Canada-US tax law allows our clients to navigate their legal and financial affairs across the border and help avoid any surprises along the way. A one-stop comprehensive solution to your cross-border needs. www.ustaximmigration.com
Apply online now for your US visa. Before you start your application you may want to explore our website. We have put together a comprehensive guide to US immigration. Complete with hundreds of links to government resources around the globe. You will also find sections dedicated to our expertise in the specific immigration areas of investment, entertainment and Canadians. Disclaimer: This website is for informational purposes only. Please be sure to consult with an attorney for an assessment of legal options.
Pre-Immigration Planning Essentials
Pre-Immigration Planning Essentials Before moving to the United States, review your current assets structure and discuss your income and asset situation with a US tax advisor to avoid paying unnecessary US income taxes and to ensure that you understand foreign tax credits and other potential tax savings.