We believe that one element of a just society is the abiding respect for the stranger or immigrant in our land. This is a foundation principle in many cultural and religious traditions. For example one of the earliest books in the Bible instructs:
You shall not harm or oppress the stranger that sojourns with you in your land. You shall love him as yourself because you were strangers in the land of Egypt. Exodus 22:21, 23:9
Putting this principle into practice seems to be elusive, especially now, but it is attainable. We strive to do it every working day.
We have other highly qualified associate attorneys and staff members working with us.
Every client in our office has an attorney directly responsible for his or her case. In many instances the attorney may supervise and work with one of our legal assistants to make sure the work is done well and in a timely manner.
We represent persons in almost all areas of immigration law. However, we currently limit our intake of certain matters relating to labor certification, specialty occupations and investors. Our client’s best interests are our highest priority.