IMMIGRATION TO USA

for info about visas, living & working in USA see https://www.uscis.gov/

Our members who can assist you:

Norris Echetebu Law
Contact: Ada Echetebu
Tel: 09-889-2602
Email: aechetebu@nz-uslegal.co.nz
Website: www.nz-uslegal.co.nz

Experts in American Law, we pride ourselves in providing only the best legal services to our clients. We offer a wide range of US legal expertise to clients based throughout the world and in particular, to New Zealand and Australian clients with interests within the United States and its territories.As the only US law firm in New Zealand, we work for a varied range of clients in New Zealand including individuals, businesses, law firms, media outlets and estates and specialize in providing immediate, top-quality and cost-efficient alternatives to working with American Law firms located abroad, without the inconvenience and constraints of distance, time and big international law firm billing rates. 

We also offer our US-based clients US legal representation in New Zealand, Australia and throughout the Asia Pacific region.

Together with our wide network of highly-specialized and experienced lawyers in New Zealand and throughout the United States, Norris Echetebu Law is dedicated to provide our clients top-notch, smart and effective US legal representation.


Caroline Stone
Contact: Caroline Stone
Tel: 09-307-3103
Email: carostone@mac.com
Website: http://www.carostonelaw.co.nz
I was admitted to the bar in New Zealand in 1991, and the New York bar in 1996 where I resided for nearly 11 years after working for a year in Japan.  In 1999 I set up the New York branch of creative agency Cross World Connections, and have continued to provide legal services including negotiating and drafting licensing contracts for them since returning to New Zealand, as well as assisting several New Zealand artists and brands negotiate and draft copyright licensing agreements.  

As an immigrant in New York, I was regularly approached by people I knew looking for help with their immigration issues, and before long it was not just friends, but friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends etc..  Hence my US immigration law practice began, and developed alongside my copyright licensing practice , several times for the same clients.  I have continued to practice US immigration law from New Zealand, and maintain my license to practice law in New York as well as my membership to the American Immigration Lawyers Association.