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Mr. Kantor received his B.A. Magna Cum Laude from UCLA in 1973, and his J.D. in 1976 from Loyola Law School. Mr. Kantor is a member of the California State Bar, and is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Central District and Southern District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Kantor was a Trial Attorney at Region 21 of the National Labor Relations Board from 1976-1980. Since 1981, Mr. Kantor has been in private practice in Beverly Hills, specializing in Immigration Law, and has achieved Martindale-Hubbell’s highest accolade: an AV rating. He has also received Avvo.com's highest rating: Superb - 10.0, and their Client's Choice Award and he has been selected as a SuperLawyer.

The Law Offices of Eli M. Kantor prides themselves on their multi-lingual staff. Mr. Kantor himself is fluent in Spanish, Hebrew and Farsi. Over his more than 36 years of experience, Mr. Kantor has a reputation for honest and straightforward counseling and, most importantly, a high rate of success. At the Law Offices of Eli M. Kantor, you will receive personalized service through every stage of the process. We are dedicated to providing a high level of personal service, reasonable fees, and clear explanations that you can understand.

When you consult with Mr. Kantor, you will receive an honest assessment of your case, and the probabilities of success. He will provide you with a creative approach that “thinks outside the box,” customized to the unique facts of your case.

As a former attorney for the federal government, Mr. Kantor has the insight necessary for achieving success in immigration. Mr. Kantor has organized, conducted, and been a keynote speaker at numerous seminars with Government officials. He has lectured at the UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations, UCLA Extension, and at numerous continuing education programs. He is currently serving as the media liaison for AILA – the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Mr. Kantor additionally represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, including cases involving sexual harassment, wrongful discharge litigation, employment discrimination, wage and hour laws, employee handbooks and personnel practices. For further information, please see: www.beverlyhillsemploymentlaw.com.

As an expert in the immigration field, Mr. Kantor has been interviewed on National Public Radioand featured in numerous articles, and has also authored several key publications.

Articles Base

SPONSOR YOUR EMPLOYEES FOR H-1B VISAS BY APRIL 1, 2008 / by Eli M. Kantor

EMPLOYERS BEWARE: VIOLATION FINES TO INCREASE EXPONENTIALLY / by Eli M. Kantor

Ezine Article Board

THE ICE MAN COMETH – Immigration Revises Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9
/ by Eli M. Kantor

WHAT’S AN EMPLOYER TO DO WHEN THEY RECEIVE AN SSA MISMATCH LETTER? / by Eli M. Kantor

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SEVEN SECRETS TO SURVIVING AN IMMIGRATION AUDIT
/ by Eli M. Kantor

Article Digest

EMPLOYERS NEED TO PREPARE FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM NOW
/ by Eli M. Kantor; June 14, 2006

NewsUSA


IMMIGRATION POLICY HURTS U.S. FARMING INDUSTRIES / by Eli M. Kantor
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HOW TO OBTAIN A TN VISA / by Eli M. Kantor
HOWTO GET AN O-1 VISAFOR ENTERTAINERS/ by Eli M. Kantor; October 16, 2008
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HOW TO OBTAIN A GREEN CARD THROUGH INVESTMENT / by Eli M. Kantor

NCTimes.com

FEES FOR CITIZENSHIP APPLICATION MAY DOUBLE / by William Finn Bennet; February 1, 2007

WIFE OF DEPLOYED MARINE FACES BATTLE AT HOME

Businessweek Online

IMMIGRATION RULES: AN ECONOMIC DISASTER? / by Moira Herbst; August 14, 2007

IMMIGRANT LABOR GOES ONLINE / by Moira Herbst; December 11, 2006

SHIFTING AN EMPLOYEE’S STATUS / by Karen Klein; February 22, 2006

THOSE H-1B BLUES / by Karen E. Klein; June 08, 2004

LA Times

A MOTHER’S PLIGHT REVIVES THE SANCTUARY MOVEMENT / by Louis Sahagun; June 2, 2007

Orange County Register

ICE ends Santa Ana selfdeportation plan
/ by Erin Carlyle; August 22,2008
El Paso Times
IMMIGRATION STILL AVOIDED BY CANDIDATES / by Ramon Bracamontes; September 14, 2008