Mr. Inderjit Singh Ahluwalia is the managing attorney of The Ahluwalia Firm. His legal practice is dedicated to U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law. By concentrating solely on this area, Mr. Ahluwalia offers unparalleled expertise and comprehensive services to individuals, enterprises, and organizations navigating the complexities of immigration issues.

As an esteemed member of the Santa Clara chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the South Asian Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA), and the American Bar Association, Mr. Ahluwalia’s affiliations reflect his deep commitment to the legal community.

A distinguished alumnus of McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California, Mr. Ahluwalia has been a stalwart in the legal domain in the United States since 2008. His rich tapestry of experience, which includes starting as a junior attorney in India to his tenure with a leading multinational immigration firm in San Francisco, equips him with a well-rounded understanding of immigration laws from both domestic and international perspective.

As an immigrant himself, Mr. Ahluwalia has a personal understanding of the challenges immigrants face.  His focus on immigration law, and extensive experience in advising foreign nationals, businesses, executives, and professionals underscores his dedication to this field. He is known as a tireless advocate for his clients. Mr. Ahluwalia understands the critical role that valued employees play in the success of a business, particularly when they require the transfer, hire, or retention of an employee who possesses technical skills.

His track record of successful representations spans the entire spectrum of immigration authorities, including the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the Executive Office for Immigration Review (Immigration Courts), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. His admission of the State Bar of Tennessee authorizes him to practice federal law in all 50 states and territories of the Union and at Embassies/Consulates abroad.  

Mr. Ahluwalia’s dedication to pro bono service is integral to his legal identity, a dedication honored by the Pro Bono Project of San Jose with the prestigious Volunteer Merit Award, presented by Honorable Judge Philip Pennypacker. This award recognized his outstanding commitment and dedication to enhancing access to justice for those in need.

Furthermore, his appointment as a California board member of the Selective Service System underscores his unwavering commitment to public service. In this role, Mr. Ahluwalia plays a crucial part in the administrative oversight that safeguards our national security interests.

Deeply rooted in the Sikh faith, Mr. Ahluwalia’s personal and professional life is imbued with the religion’s ethos of ethical living and community service. His dedication to these tenets shapes his approach to legal practice, illustrating a life where faith and professional calling seamlessly converge to serve a higher purpose.


Dear Mr. Ahluwalia, I would like to thank you for all your help with Dr. xxx case. She and I were very impressed with your services and the professionalism that you showed both of us. I am referring you to a very good friend of mine who is opening a manufacturing plant and wants to bring his brother in as a partner/investor/employee from Italy. I am forwarding your information for xxxx to contact you and make arrangements accordingly. Thank you for all your help.

Dr. F.

Inderjit, thank you so very much. I sincerely appreciate all the effort you took to get this approved and your incredible patience. As xxx mentioned, we will only work with you for all our future H1's. Thanks once again.


Inderjit handled our immigration matter in reference to my parents. We approached him and found him extremely pleasant to work with. In addition to his knowledge of the law, he guided us very well throughout the process. I would recommend him very strongly to anyone in matter of immigration.

Ajay (Avvo Reviewer)


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