About this office:
Fragomen is recognized as the world's leading immigration law firm. Immigration is not just a practice area within our firm - it is our only practice. We provide comprehensive immigration services for short- and long-term international assignments, permanent transfers and the local hire of foreign workers.
Our knowledge of international legal, regulatory and policy issues allows us to provide our clients with strategic advice and effective and efficient immigration solutions to assist them in achieving and maintaining a competitive edge in the global marketplace.
No other immigration firm can match our size, scope, talent or resources. With more than 2,400 immigration professionals throughout over 40 strategically located offices across 18 countries, we offer the highest caliber of immigration services available on a global, regional or country basis. Our expansive global network is cohesively unified and connected through use of our proprietary, immigration-specific technology.
We place particular emphasis on partnering with our clients to deliver highly personalized service. We invest time and resources throughout the course of our relationships to truly understand our clients' business drivers and refine our service model to meet their evolving needs. We continuously evaluate and enhance our processes and technology to implement innovative solutions that improve efficiencies, add value and control the bottom line for our clients.
For the 10th consecutive year, Who's Who Legal has designated Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP the world's leading firm in the field of corporate immigration.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Immigration Law; Global Immigration Nationality Law; Visas; I-9 Compliance; Export Control.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Federal Court Criticizes USCIS’s Narrow Interpretation of L-1B Visa Eligibility
Austin T. Fragomen,Careen B. Shannon, December 30, 2014
In a decision with potentially broad applicability to sponsoring employers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit overturned USCIS’s denial of an L-1B visa petition and criticized the agency’s inconsistent adjudication of L-1B specialized knowledge cases.
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