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IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY

Comprehensive Immigration Solutions

Rebecca I. Pathak

Immigration Attorney

3500 W Olive Ave 3rd Fl Burbank, CA 91505

818.843.1185

More About Pathak and Feldman Law

Pathak and Feldman Law is a full-service Immigration Law firm located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area – a major hub of ingress to the United States. The firm provides a broad array of legal services designed to expertly address all issues related to the process of United States immigration. While the United States offers foreign nationals a myriad of unique educational, investment, business and familial relationship reunification opportunities, the process of acquiring lawful immigration status in this country is fraught with complications. Pathak Law cuts through the mire by reducing the various immigration inroads into simplified and manageable steps and by remaining accessible to our clients throughout each stage. From the initial consultation, to the gathering of required documentation, form preparation, submission of package to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (“USCIS”) to the final interview and approval, Pathak Law remains resolute in our commitment to support and advocate for our clients.

Attorney Rebecca I. Pathak brings decades of practical experience representing foreign nationals in their pursuit of legal status in the United States to Pathak and Feldman Law Firm. During the initial consultation at our law office, Ms. Pathak collects the information she needs to determine the optimal strategy to achieve a successful result. Once retained, Pathak Law devises a specific roadmap geared to realize the desired outcome. Throughout our representation, Pathak Law remains available to answer questions about the documentation requirements and to provide assistance to our clients each step along the way. Pathak and Feldman Law takes the responsibility to our clients seriously, striving to provide superior legal services in each step along the U.S. Immigration path.

As a full-service Immigration Law firm, Pathak and Feldman Law’s expertise extends beyond the range of immigration issues our clients present. Pathak and FeldmanLaw Firm successfully processes:

  • Family-based petitions (Immediate Relatives and all other family-based categories)

  • Employment-based petitions (Labor Certifications, PERM, EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3)

  • Non-immigrant visa matters (all visa processing, including B-1, B-2, E-1, E-2, F-1, H-1B, J-1, K visas, L-1A and L-1B, O-1, P-1, R-1, T and U visas and many more)

  • EB-5 Investors

  • Waiver cases

  • Appeals

  • Violence Against Women’s Act (“VAWA”)

  • U visas and U visa adjustment of status

  • DACA and DACA renewal

  • Overcoming previous denials

  • Removal defense

  • Representation before all U.S. Embassies around the world

  • Green Cards

  • Immigrant Visas

  • U.S. Passports

  • Initiating litigation in Federal Court under the Administrative Appeals Act to address “stuck” cases

  • U.S. Naturalization

  • Response to Request for Evidence

  • Response to Notice of Intent to Deny

  • Response to Notice of Intent to Revoke

  • Adjustment of status and naturalization interview representation

  • Affidavit of support issues

  • Overcoming 214(b) and 221(g) denials at U.S. Embassies abroad

  • I-601A Waivers

  • I-601 Waivers

  • Asylum

  • Celebrity Immigration

  • Extraordinary Ability Self-Petitions

  • National Interest Waiver Self-Petitions

  • Executive Petitions

  • EOIR Immigration Court representation

  • I-9 compliance

  • H-1B full service

  • Corporate Immigration

  • INFOPASS representation

  • EAD extension

  • Travel Documents

  • Re-Entry Permits

  • Advance Parole

  • TPS

  • Overcoming “stuck” cases or cases mishandled by other law firms, paralegals or notaries.

Pathak and Feldman Law offers all these and many more immigration-related services to our global clients.

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Lee S. Feldman

Attorney at Law

Senior Attorney Lee S. Feldman uses his extensive legal background and experience to litigate federal immigration matters, criminal post-conviction relief motions and family and probate court Special Immigration Juvenile Status (“SIJS”) submissions.  Mr. Feldman previously represented American unions such as the International United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC), the Southwest Regional Brotherhood of Carpenters, Electronic and Space Technicians Local 1553 (regarding Hughes Aircraft, General Motors, Raytheon and Boeing) and the Carpenters Southwest Trust Funds (assets under administration exceeding three billion dollars).  He has been involved with the research and preparation for arguments before the United States Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of California and has successfully argued appeals before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and in various California appellate courts.

As a civil litigator, Mr. Feldman extensively litigated the formation, operation and finances of businesses.  He supervised forensic audits of entities, including sole proprietorships, partnerships (general and limited), limited liability companies and corporations (including multinational corporations) and successfully pursued numerous claims in bankruptcies, mechanics liens and public works project disputes.  Mr. Feldman holds in-depth knowledge of business formation, contract and employment law, regulatory and uniform commercial code requirements, double-breasting, alter-ego, single employer issues and state and federal rules and regulations. He successfully represented clients in collective bargaining negotiations and in over one thousand arbitrations involving contract negotiations and interpretation, discipline and wrongful termination. Mr. Feldman counseled the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters and Trust Fund Administrative Services regarding compliance with the requirements of Federal rules and regulations. He represented the International Brotherhood of Carpenters during unfair labor practice hearings before the National Labor Relations Board.  

Mr. Feldman has been an adjunct professor teaching Trusts, Wills and Immigration Law at South Bay University School of Law and at the University of West Los Angeles Law School. He was an adjunct professor teaching Business Law and Sports Law at Loyola Marymount University, Fullerton College and El Camino College.

In 2020, Mr. Feldman joined Pathak & Feldman as Senior Attorney in charge of litigation matters. Pathak & Feldman works to vindicate the rights of foreign nationals against unreasonable delays, erroneous decisions and arbitrary and capricious actions promulgated by the Federal agencies charged with regulating lawful admission to the United States.

In his personal time, Mr. Feldman enjoys family, traveling, reading, jigsaw puzzles and playing softball.

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Sandy Torrez

Senior Paralegal

Born and raised in Mexico, Ms. Sandy Torrez is a Mexican Attorney advocating for International Human Rights Law.  Graduated in 2011, Ms. Torrez holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, from the University of Colima and she obtained her Master’s Degree in International Human Rights and Peace, at Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Guadalajara, Mexico in 2017.  She advocates for Women’s Rights through CLADEM Mexico, an international NGO network of women’s organizations and activist, was Coordinator of the Legal Department of the Jalisciense Institute for Migrants in Guadalajara City, was part of Migrant Woman, a successful project that was launched by the Federal Government of Mexico to improve gender and immigration studies helping immigrant women in regards of their immigration status and the violence against them.

In 2018, Ms. Torrez started working in the United States under a TN visa as an International Attorney, advocating for immigration cases that involve torture, domestic violence, family separation, unaccompanied minors, LGBTQ discrimination, and other international human rights issues.  Ms. Torrez possesses vast knowledge and experience in international migration and human rights issues. 

As Senior Paralegal for Pathak & Feldman, Ms. Torrez not only brings her expertise in international migration and human rights, but also in U.S. immigration law. Her years of practice add to our firm the necessary resources for our clients’ cases, her proficiency in family, business and employment immigration provides confidence in our clients. She engages in procedures like H-1B, L, J, R, F, B1/B2, E, TN, and many others, with much professionalism and commitment to our clientele. Ms. Torrez is undoubtedly an asset to our firm and our clients, we are very proud to have a professional woman like her, whose labor is committed and dedicated to all migrants, showing the world that diversity is the greatest component for a nation’s development.

Last but not least, during her free time Ms. Torrez enjoys the simple things in life, camping, traveling, music and coffee, things that keep her soul moving in the right direction.