About us

Alix Martin –

US Immigration Lawyer

Alix Martin is the founding partner of Martin Law, P.C. She benefits from extensive experience in US Immigration Law. As an immigrant herself, she had to go through several immigration processes. As such, she understands that your immigration journey can be difficult at times. Her unique background coupled with her hands-on experience equips her with specialized knowledge and understanding of her clients’ immigration needs. 

Prior to her current role, Alix was Head of Legal Affairs at an industrial company based in California. She also held positions at several global multi-practice law firms and at a boutique immigration law firm in Los Angeles. Alix studied in France, the UK and graduated from UCLA School of Law. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).

Alix speaks French and English.

Why Choose Us?

Years of Combined Experience

With a solid foundation of five years of legal practice, our attorney offers expert legal advice and unwavering representation. Specializing in Immigration Law, they combine seasoned experience with a proactive approach to deliver results. Trust our dedicated professional to guide you through your legal journey with competence and care.

Free Consultation

With an impressive track record in American immigration law, our attorney provides comprehensive guidance and personalized strategies. Boasting five years of experience, they are committed to navigating complex immigration processes with precision and empathy. Benefit from a free initial consultation to discuss your unique situation and explore potential pathways under their expert advisement.

Available 24/7

Experience dedicated support with our attorney, a specialist in American immigration law, available to assist you every day of the week. Their expertise is matched by their commitment to be there for you, providing reliable and timely legal assistance when you need it most. Trust in their around-the-clock availability to address your concerns and advance your immigration objectives.