I would recommend this law firm to anyone who needs anything to do with immigration and needs help to navigate the complex laws associated with deportation and attaining a visa of any type . My son was scheduled to be deported...
Thank you Aaron for helping me!
Mr. Zach made all the processes and related steps in applying for my NOS clear. He also made sure that I understood the details and other options I have.
On September 11, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a decision
Beginning today, September 23, 2020, asylum seekers are not allowed to bring their own interpreters if
September 17th was this year’s annual “Citizenship Day,” when we celebrate the day on which our
AILA joins Jeff Joseph, Charles Kuck, and Greg Siskind in suing to enjoin, in its entirety, the Department of Labor Interim Final Rule, “Strengthening Wage Protections for the Temporary and Permanent Employment of Certain Aliens in the United States.” Click here to read more.
Thank you for your interest in our immigrant visa ban litigation. We are getting ready to challenge the April 22, 2020 immigrant visa ban contained in Presidential Proclamation 10014. Our case will cover all of the affected categories – DV (both 2020 and 2021), Family, and Employment.
Over the summer, we sued in Aker v. Trump and sought to overturn the Proclamation in the DC District Court. We had a partial win, getting over 9,000 visas reserved for DV winners who otherwise would have lost their right to a visa.
We are celebrating two separate federal court victories in District Court in D.C. this week. Both cases were reopened and approved within 60 days of filing the complaint. Both were L-1A multinational manager/executives. Both had been approved before in L-1A status and had even extended their status. For some reason, on the third go-around, the government changed its mind and decided that they were not really managers because they did not manage enough “people.” We took them to court on this arbitrary interpretation of the statute.
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