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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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ICE coming to courts: What can you do?

QUESTION: I have a roommate who left an abusive relationship. She actually filed a temporary restraining order (TRO) against this person. Court was yesterday. She went to court to testify in front of the judge so that he would rule … Continue reading

April 22, 2017

Will I be deported if I lose my asylum case?

QUESTION: I will be applying for asylum. I’m not exactly sure of the process, but if I lose, will I be deported? Answer:  Clients who have arrived in the United States and who have not been issued a Notice to … Continue reading

April 14, 2017

Trump’s revised travel ban executive order is halted

QUESTION: I know that Trump issued a second executive order. What is happening with this one? Answer: The District Judge in Hawaii has ruled in favor of the plaintiffs. In other words, that judge has ruled that the brief Temporary … Continue reading

April 08, 2017

Extreme vetting and entering the US

QUESTION: I have already received my visa at the Consulate. Now I have heard about this extreme vetting and do not know what it means. Will I no longer be able to come to the U.S.? Answer: The U.S. Secretary … Continue reading

April 01, 2017

Let’s play alphabet soup to get a business visa

A BUSINESS visa attorney can let you know all types of visas that you might be able to apply for under U.S. immigration law.  Depending on your situation, the type of visa will differ. For example, a business visa attorney … Continue reading

March 25, 2017

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