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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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Will I qualify for a work permit?

QUESTION:: I entered the United States a couple of months ago as a visitor and would now like to work in the United States. I have a degree in Business with an emphasis in accounting and have a couple of … Continue reading

October 07, 2017

Think of getting married after 2 months of entry? Think again

Question: I entered a couple of months ago to the U.S. I want to get married and file my adjustment application. Do you see any problems with that? Answer: Yes, it will be a problem. On September 1, 2017, the … Continue reading

September 30, 2017

Prosecutorial discretion is an option since DACA is rescinded

QUESTION: My DACA expires in about seven months. However, what will happen after that? Do I have any other options? Answer: You do have options, many of which you will need a personal consultation. However, there is what is known … Continue reading

September 23, 2017

DACA has ended – now what?

QUESTION: I know DACA has ended. What can I do? Answer:  There are actually different categories as the current policy stands. It is important at the present time to know which category you are under so that you can take … Continue reading

September 18, 2017

Looks like DACA is going to end

QUESTION: I’m on DACA and my friend is renewing DACA and another friend is going to apply for DACA. I have heard rumors about this. Should I be worried? Answer: Yes, you should be worried. There have been various leaks … Continue reading

September 02, 2017

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