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Atty. Brian Lerner

Atty. Brian Lerner Brian D. Lerner is a Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He is admitted to the US Supreme Court and the 1st through 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal. He is also admitted to the California Supreme Court. This firm handles cases both nationally and worldwide. This firm does every aspect of immigration law including family and employment based petitions, deportation defense and criminal related immigration issues, asylum, naturalization, citizenship, appeals, non immigrant visas, immigrant visas, and all other areas of immigration law.

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Muslim ban ordered unconstitutional

QUESTION: What has happened with this Muslim ban per the executive order? Answer: Just a few days ago, a U.S. District Court Judge ruled that it was unconstitutional and would cause irreparable injury and ordered a nationwide injunction on the … Continue reading

February 18, 2017

Hiring a deportation attorney is critical to the success of the case

QUESTION: I have been put into deportation proceedings. Do I really need an Immigration Attorney? Answer: Hiring an Immigration Attorney is critical to the successful outcome of your case. Immigration Law is changing all the time, especially with the new … Continue reading

February 04, 2017

Get the green card and then do your living trust

QUESTION: I have just received my Green Card. It took years of waiting and I’m so happy. I have heard about getting a Living Trust, but I really don’t see the point. I have my Green Card and all is … Continue reading

January 28, 2017

Keep your hopes up in this uncertain time

QUESTION: I don’t know what to do. Trump will become president and I’m afraid he will deport everyone who is not here legally? What can I do? Answer: First of all, while the president certainly has a lot of power, … Continue reading

January 23, 2017

Have an Illegal Reentry? How to get it vacated so you don’t have to go to prison

QUESTION: I had a deportation order years ago. I re-entered the U.S. illegally, got caught and was convicted in U.S. District Court for illegal reentry. I am serving a three year sentence. Is there anything that I can do? Answer: … Continue reading

July 18, 2015

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