What our clients say about us
What our clients say
-HR Manager of a tech company.
“I truly enjoy working with SWLG and value the counsel the firm has to offer. SWLG has always been quick to respond to my (endless) questions and requests and take the time to help me understand and navigate the vagaries of immigration law. SWLG has often gone the extra mile for us, at a cost to the firm, and I appreciate that. In my book,SW Law Group is certainly the immigration law firm of choice and I honestly can’t think of any way to improve your services.”
-HR Manager of an accounting firm.
“We came to SWLG after struggling with another law firm for over a year. With SWLG’s efficient services and attentive staff, they have been extremely trustworthy and have helped us obtain our visas in the most timely manner.”
-Engineering Director of an Industrial Machine Manufacturer
“Thank goodness we used SW Law Group to help us with our visa issues. We are so grateful for their professional advice and continued support.”
-Director of a Metal Parts Manufacturer
“As a small company, we knew very little about setting up subsidiaries or obtaining visas. SW Law Group has helped us every step of the way, from providing us with detailed explanations to preparing us for visa interviews.”
-Technical Representative of an Industrial Cooling System Manufacturer
“We approached several different firms, but none were willing to work with such a small company like ours. Once we found SW Law Group, they were extremely supportive and helpful, and successfully obtained the necessary visas for us. We have since returned to them for visa extensions as well, and are grateful for their services and support.”
-President of an IT company
“One of the greatest challenges a Japanese company faces in the U.S. is finding businesses that can offer Japanese-quality, full-service support. Whenever we work with SW Law Group, their efficiency, professionalism, speediness, and quality of customer care never ceases to amaze me, often leaving me in awe and questioning whether I am really conducting business in the U.S.
I always hear horror stories about the difficulties and challenges regarding immigration, but SW Law Group makes me feel as though these are nonexistent. I am certain that the top quality services provided by this firm are due to the incredible professionalism of all its staff, and their commitment to providing nothing short of the best for their clients.”
-General Manager of a Japanese Retail Conglomerate
“I recently attended an HR Seminar conducted by Ms. Heidi Son, Esq. which provided guidelines for HR representatives on Sponsoring Foreign Workers. It was a comfortably casual yet very informative session.”
-HR Manager of a tech company.
“The attorney from SW Law Group was very friendly and open to questions, providing great insights and making immigration much less intimidating”
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