Milton P. Buffington has been practicing law since 1974 when he joined a law firm in the Middle East in order to provide contract preparation and negotiation services for major infrastructure projects.
Upon his return to the US in 1978, Mr. Buffington began practicing immigration law in addition to other commercial work. Immigration law has become increasingly complex and subject to frequent change as America seeks to find a balance between its need for individuals who can contribute to its continued growth and vitality and the need to ensure that future generations can expect a standard of living equal to or better than that which exists today.
Under these circumstances, it is important to retain the services of an attorney well-versed in the law and adept at framing an application that will give you an improved chance of success.
In addition, business visas require proficiency in transactional law. Mr. Buffington has represented public and private companies in acquisitions, international trade and export licensing.