DRC Member Spotlight: Bay Immigration Law

Bay Immigration Law represents startups and entrepreneurs in their search for creative immigration solutions to meet their short- and long-term business goals. Bay Immigration Law immigration attorneys will work with families directly to achieve their immigration goals in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Yana Albrecht, Managing Partner

How does your company help other businesses become more effective?

Bay Immigration Law is a full-service immigration law firm that represents corporate clients, individual entrepreneurs, professionals, and their families in their search for creative immigration solutions to meet their short- and long-term business goals.

What differentiates your company from others in your industry?

The key benefit to working with Bay Immigration Law is expert legal advice in a collaborative setting. Managing Attorney Yana Albrecht and her team constantly listen to the clients, create the right strategy to succeed in their individual cases, and help them plan the future. With offices throughout the United States, our team members have an opportunity to periodically travel to one of our office locations so our clients feel comfortable talking with us and get assurance our firm is zealously advocating for their interests. Our law firm also works in Canada and the U.K.

What do you enjoy most about doing business in the Dallas Region?

Our law firm’s original office is in Palo Alto. Having our headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley means many of our clients are in the technology space, in fields characterized by innovation, blazingly fast transformations, and imaginations fired with the conviction that they can do something to solve a major problem or improve conditions in the world today. When there was a question of where to open our second headquarters, Dallas was the most favored city as it has a great economy and resources for all kinds of companies. We are so excited to have our brand-new headquarters here!

Why did you decide to become a DRC member?

The DRC not only provides an opportunity to connect with local communities and businesses but also a platform to build lasting partnerships with various businesses and organizations. The DRC has been named the national chamber of the year, so there is no doubt that it is extremely valuable to be a member of such a great organization.

How has your business changed in the past five years?

We have come a long way since we founded our firm in 2012. In the past several years, our firm has experienced tremendous growth and expansion overseas. Despite our growth, we still maintain “the client-first approach,” where each client continues to get the personal attention they deserve on their case, whether from an attorney, paralegal, or other support personnel. Although the pandemic created challenges for everyone, we went into it with the mindset that it would be an opportunity for us to be more imaginative, attentive to unexpected situations, and attuned to our own growth. Our expansion has allowed us to communicate even better with our clients and diversify our services. For example, historically most of our clients are founders of startups, persons of extraordinary abilities, or skilled as managers. Obviously, they have spouses, children, and other family members that they care about. So, one of the ways we’ve consciously decided to manage our growth is by expanding our services so that we can even better address the issues of family-based immigration.