Immigration Law in the U.S.
Immigration law is one of the most complex areas of law in the United States. Congress last overhauled the Immigration and Nationality Act – INA – back in 1996. Since then, Congress has made minor changes to the INA, and successive Administrations have left their own footprints on how they’ve implemented the law. Consequently, we have to operate within a complex maze of laws, regulations, and memos that change constantly.
Mindful of these inherent challenges within the practice of immigration law, this year, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of our law firm. With Alexander Carl joining as a Partner back in 2019, and equipped with the institutional knowledge of our Founding and Managing Partner, Ally Bolour, along with the energy and creativity of the rest of our team, we look forward to many more decades of providing solutions to our clients’ immigration issues while maintaining a culture of excellence and service unmatched in our industry.
Helping You Achieve A Brighter Future
We have experience handling most types of immigration law issues, including:
- Gaining permanent resident status (obtaining a green card)
- Asylum issues, in particular, LGBTQ asylum issues
- Deportation issues
- Issues involving the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
- Stateside or provisional waiver matters
- Hardship waiver matters