Immigration Law

WHO WE ARE Serving the global needs of U.S. businesses and individuals nationwide, our firm provides business immigration law services for companies in the technology, biotechnology, medical device, electronics, telecommunications and agricultural industries.  We provide strategic planning and innovative solutions for companies and individuals seeking immigration related legal assistance. Our firm also offers family based immigration services for individuals and families.

We strive to provide our clients with close, personal attention to their immigration matters. We offer state of the art technology including on-line case preparation and case management services and on-line credit card payment processing, which enable us to provide professional and cost-effective services while utilizing our legal knowledge, skills and experience to develop an immigration strategy that works.

We are able to provide language services in Spanish, French, Hindi, Nepalese, Bengali, and Tibetan.

ATTORNEY Clark T. Trainor, Esq. The American Immigration Law Center was created by Clark T. Trainor, Esq. Mr. Trainor, a native of Florida, is a graduate of the Nova Southeastern Law School. He worked for two years for the United States Department of Homeland Security as an advising attorney to the Immigration Judges at the United States Immigration Court in Miami before serving as an Assistant District Counsel to the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (then-INS) in the Miami District.

Mr. Trainor has received commendations from both Janet Reno, the United States Attorney General, and Michael J. Creppy, the Chief Immigration Judge for the United States Immigration Court, for his work while with the Department of Justice. Mr. Trainor was the producer and host of The American Immigration Forum, a South Florida radio program discussing immigration issues, every Thursday from 7:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. on WSRF 1580 AM.

Clark Trainor is a member of the Florida Bar (http://www.floridabar.org/) only and is authorized by Federal Regulations at 8 CFR s.292.1(a)(1) to represent clients in Immigration and Naturalization Law matters in all 50 States. Because Immigration Law is strictly Federal law in jurisdiction, We are able to accept and represent cases from all over the world. He is not a member of the California Bar Association.