April Cockerham is a lawyer in Washington who exclusively practices immigration law. The attorney obtained her JD from the University of Arizona, where she received the Chandler-Carroll Award for Excellence in Public Interest Law, and she is the sponsor of the April Cockerham DREAM Act Scholarship. The firm serves clients on matters like family and employment-based visas, deportation defense, and immigration consequences of criminal charges or “crimmigration”.
Washington, DC(202) 888-2115
Benach Collopy is an immigration law practice in Washington that deals with all aspects of the complex law. The firm's focus areas include asylum, citizenship, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and I-9 compliance for American companies that employ foreign nationals. One of the firm's founding partners is the author of AILA's Asylum Primer, and she is the chair of the AILA National Asylum and Refugee Liaison Committee. Consultations can be in person, by phone, or on Skype.
Washington, DC(202) 644-8600
Bromberg, Kohler Maya & Maschler is an immigration law firm in Washington. The firm handles visas and work permits, immigration court proceedings, relief from removal, appeals and motions to reopen or reconsider, and provisions for victims of violence. The firm's attorneys can provide consultations in office, by phone, or on Skype, and the staff can accommodate inquiries in Spanish and French.
Washington, DC(202) 835-0660
DC Metro Immigration Law is a law firm in Arlington that provides worldwide representation in US immigration matters. The founding attorney obtained his JD from Quinnipiac University School of Law, and his Master of Laws from American University, and he is married to an immigrant from Ethiopia. The practice has 10 years of experience in dealing with removal proceedings, deferred action, and Temporary Protected Status for individuals like religious workers and abused spouses.
Arlington, VA(703) 828-5529
Deutsch, Killea, and Eapen is a law firm in Washington that has more than 30 years of experience in handling all aspects of complex immigration law. The practice assists foreign nationals with citizenship or naturalization, deportation proceedings, waivers for grounds of inadmissibility, appeals, and delayed cases, and work visas. The practice also facilitates the application of asylees, refugees, and victims of crime or abuse. The firm's website features an online payment system.
Washington, DC(202) 728-0820
Garfield Law Group is a full-service immigration law firm in Washington that has 30 years of experience in family, employment-based, corporate, and humanitarian immigration. The firm collaborated on four precedent federal court of appeals decisions that shaped immigration law: Menghesha v Gonzales, Naizgi v Gonzales, Haile v Holder, and Berhane v Holder. The practice also holds office in Honolulu, Hawaii, and the staff speaks Spanish, Amharic, Tigrinya, and Korean.
Washington, DC(202) 328-0605
Glinsmann Immigration is a law firm in Gaithersburg that practices in family and employment-based immigration. The firm handles naturalization, PERM labor certification, and visas like H-1B and EB-1. A client writes about being “in an emergency situation while my [permanent resident] status is about to expire,” and successfully completing the application process because of the firm.
Gaithersburg, MD(301) 987-0030
Haynes Novick Immigration is a law firm in Washington that serves non-Americans seeking lawful presence in the United States. The practice focuses on employment-based and business immigration, and its services include case inquiry and expediting, assistance with marriage-based adjustment, and G-4 representation for employees of international organizations like the United Nations. The firm has successfully represented clients in challenging situations, including LGBT marriages, and it has been included in the International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers since 2002.
Washington, DC(202) 293-3123
Ilex Law is a law practice in Washington that provides legal services relating to immigration law. Practice areas include work visas, adjustment of status, PERM labor certification, and naturalization. The firm also facilitates applications for affirmative or defensive asylum. The firm's website contains a detailed fee structure for the services.
Washington, DC(202) 367-9138
Immigration Solutions Group is a law practice in Washington that helps foreign nationals and US businesses resolve immigration-related issues. The managing partner is a former president of AILA DC Chapter that covers all of Virginia and Maryland and has been recognized by the American Bar Association as “one of the nation's leading litigators” in the field of immigration law. Focus areas include visas covered by the Violence Against Women's Act, deportation, asylum, and “crimmigration”.
Washington, DC(202) 234-0899
Konare Law is a law firm in Washington that helps foreign nationals understand the benefits and responsibilities tied to US immigration, including procedures by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services and the US Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. Legal areas covered include family and employment-based immigration, naturalization, and representation in prosecutorial discretion. The firm has another location in Frederick, Maryland. Clients include businesses in the pharmaceutical, IT, and import-export fields.
Washington, DC(202) 679-3994
The Law Offices of Ricky Malik is a full-service immigration law practice in Manassas. The firm helps clients with advice on maintaining residency, marriage to a US citizen, humanitarian programs, and immigration consequences of criminal convictions. The founding attorney is a United Kingdom-born immigrant from an Indian family and has served as the co-chair of AILA DC Chapter's Arlington Immigration Court Liaison Committee. Past clients attest to the firm's capabilities in successfully tackling motions to reopen.
Manassas, VA(703) 686-9900
Legacy Immigration is a full-service law firm in Bethesda that serves clients nationally and internationally. The firm handles matters like green card adjustment of status, asylum and humanitarian parole, consular denials, national interest waivers, Adam Walsh Act, and naturalization through US military duty. The website contains Secret USCIS “Tools” Available Only to Attorneys, a freely downloadable eBook authored by the firm's founding partner.
Bethesda, MD(301) 529-1912
McCandlish Holton is a law firm in Fairfax and Richmond that has an Immigration Practice Group to assist foreign nationals who wish to live, work, or do business in the United States. Services include obtaining visas for international executives, healthcare professionals, academic instructors and researchers, athletes and entertainers, and persons with extraordinary ability. The firm also advises American establishments on I-9 matters, workplace compliance, and maintenance of public access files.
Fairfax, VA(804) 775-3100
Michael W. Lin, formerly known as Braverman & Lin, is a law firm in Arlington that practices in immigration law and business law. The founding partner earned his JD, cum laude, from American University, and he is a volunteer attorney with Maryland Pro Bono Resource Center. The firm helps non-Americans obtain their citizenship or residency, and it counsels US businesses, academic institutions, government entities, and non-profits, on workplace enforcement regarding immigration. The firm also handles intercountry adoptions.
Arlington, VA(800) 237-8331
Naima Said & Associates is a law practice in Columbia. The firm deals with all aspects of the immigration law, such as visas and waivers, workplace enforcement and immigration raids, and deferred action. The firm works with all types of clients, including treaty investors, diversity visa lottery winners, and victims of persecution in their homelands. The founding member is native in Swahili and fluent in Arabic, and the staff can accommodate inquiries in Spanish.
Columbia, MD(410) 992-6602
Riedmiller Law is a US immigration law firm in Washington which is backed by more than 15 years' experience in exclusively serving non-US citizens from the Philippines. The firm's website contains resources, including the article in AILA's Immigration Law Today, “The Centennial of the Great Migration,” by Miriam Bustamante Riedmiller. A past client thanks the firm for “rescuing me from...a web scam,” in which she as wasted money on bogus immigration lawyer representation.
Washington, DC(703) 283-0900
The Federal Practice Group is a law firm in Washington that provides legal services involving US immigration and naturalization law. The firm covers issues like Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, asylum, and waivers. The firm also handles the naturalization of US military personnel with relaxed eligibility requirements and related privileges given to their spouses or widows, children or orphans, and parents.
Washington, DC(202) 862-4360
DC-based The Law Offices of Victoria V. Kuzmina is an employment immigration law practice that provides affordable representation for individuals, families, and businesses worldwide. The firm focuses on employment immigration areas such as H-1B Professional Workers (Specialty Occupation); H-2B Temporary Workers; I, O, P, P-1A, P-1B, P-2, P-3, and R Visas; Labor Certification (PERM); and EB-1 Priority Workers, EB-3 Skilled Workers, and EB-4 Special Immigrants. The Law Offices of Victoria V. Kuzmina offers free initial consultations.
Washington, DC(520) 248-9139
Tobin O'Connor & Ewing is a law practice in Washington that provides legal services relating to immigration law. The practice handles matters like corporate immigration, where it advises US establishments on workplace compliance and ethical solutions in staffing the organization with skilled foreign nationals. The firm represents clients in the United States and other parts of the world, and its attorneys offer a free 30-minute initial consultation.
Washington, DC(202) 536-3359
Trow and Rahal is a law firm in Washington that practices exclusively in US immigration law. The firm handles family, employment-based, business, and global immigration. A key executive of a US-based multinational company thanks the firm for “helping us acquire the new visas for our employees. The interviewer at the US embassy in Poland said that it was "the best-prepared visa application packet [he] has seen yet.”
Washington, DC(202) 537-4830