Garfinkel Immigration Law, LLC

Garfinkel Immigration Law, LLC Garfinkel Immigration Law, LLC is devoted to fierce client advocacy, best legal and business practices, and reform of our nations immigration laws.
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Experienced immigration lawyer helps solve and prevent immigration issues. Call for green cards, work visas, family petitions, embassy issues, waivers, naturalization, asylum, deportation defense, VAWA benefits, DACA, and more.

Mission: To prevent and solve immigration issues. https://plus.google.com/+GarfinkelImmigrationLawLLCBethesda https://twitter.com/garfinkel_law https://garfinkellaw.wordpress.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/garfinkel-immigration-law-llc http://www.garfinkel-law.com/

06/05/2020
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

#ICYMI: Yesterday, USCIS Deputy Director for Policy, Joseph Edlow, welcomed 9 #NewUSCitizens from 5 countries at our office in #Baltimore, MD. We are conducting naturalization ceremonies nationwide with health precautions in place to ensure the safety of our newest citizens and our staff. For more info, visit: www.uscis.gov

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
06/04/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

Many of our local field offices are reopening today. Here’s an inside look at our office in #Baltimore as USCIS Deputy Director for Policy, Joseph Edlow, welcomed back staff and opened our doors for public services.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
05/30/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

We are resuming premium processing for all Form I-129 and I-140 petitions in multiple phases over the next month. Effective June 1, we will accept Form I-907, Request for Premium Processing Services, for all eligible I-140 petitions. For more information and details on all phases of the resumption of premium processing, visit: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-resumes-premium-processing-certain-petitions

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
05/28/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

As we prepare to reopen some offices to the public on June 4, we’ll send notices to applicants and petitioners with previously scheduled appointments and interviews. Those who had other appointments must reschedule through the USCIS Contact Center once field offices are open to the public. If visiting our offices, you should follow the safety guidelines and visitor limitations posted and linked to below. For more details: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-preparing-resume-public-services-june-4

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
05/27/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

We’re preparing to resume public services at individual offices on or after June 4, following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines to protect our workforce and the public. When we reopen to the public, all offices will have safety and health precautions in place to protect our workforce and those visiting our offices. If you’re feeling sick, please don’t come into the office. Follow the instructions on your appointment notice and reschedule without penalty for a time when you’re healthy. To read more about our reopening procedures, visit: https://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-preparing-resume-public-services-june-4

05/15/2020

All immigration court hearings in non-detained cases have been postponed through, and including Friday June 12, 2020.

AILA - AILA Supports House Introduction of the “Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act”
05/09/2020
AILA - AILA Supports House Introduction of the “Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act”

AILA - AILA Supports House Introduction of the “Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act”

AILA commends the introduction of the “Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act” in the House; the bill is companion legislation to a Senate bill intended to help address the critical healthcare shortage in the United States, a weakness that has been evident during the COVID-19 national emergency.

American Immigration Lawyers Association
05/09/2020

American Immigration Lawyers Association

While USCIS has made some adjustments to COVID-19, they aren’t doing enough to protect those here on non-immigrant visas whose status will lapse or expire during this crisis. Read more on the blog: http://ow.ly/lzxQ50zAKHC

American Immigration Lawyers Association
05/06/2020

American Immigration Lawyers Association

READ the latest on the blog from AILA Director of Government Relations Sharvari Dalal-Dheini and Take Action! Bipartisan Effort Would Help Foreign Doctors, Nurses and All of Us http://ow.ly/J8sE50zxMcc

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
05/01/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

In response to COVID-19, we announced flexibilities to assist applicants and petitioners who are responding to certain Requests for Evidence (RFE), Continuation to Request Evidence (N-14), Notices of Intent to Deny (NOID), Notices of Intent to Terminate (NOIT), Notices of Intent to Revoke, and Notices of Intent to Rescind regional investment centers, as well as certain filing date requirements for Form I-290B, Notice of Appeal or Motion. This flexibility now applies to an RFE, N-14, NOID, NOIT, Notice of Intent to Revoke, Notice of Intent to Rescind or a Notice of Appeal or Motion filed on Form I-290B and the issuance date listed on the request, notice or decision between March 1 and July 1. For complete details, visit: https://go.usa.gov/xvVED

American Immigration Lawyers Association
04/29/2020

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Takes 2 minutes and can make a difference: submit a comment opposing changes USCIS is trying to make to our legal immigration system that would impose unnecessary burdens on immigrant families. https://bit.ly/3cObSiu

American Immigration Lawyers Association
04/29/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

"Although the suspension was filled with broad exemptions and does not include current visa holders or those already in the U.S., the Migration Policy Institute estimates 26,000 would-be green card applicants would be blocked each month." http://ow.ly/OxgN50zrQZl

American Immigration Lawyers Association
04/22/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

"For the last three years, the Trump administration has not only attempted to build a wall along the southwestern border, but has attempted to build an invisible wall through the law and restrictions to prevent immigrants from coming to the Unites States." http://ow.ly/D1gq50zljc2

American Immigration Lawyers Association
04/07/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

“We’re saying, side with immigrant young people...Side with the folks who are on the frontlines of this. Side with the folks who are hurting and really in danger of getting sick, in danger of losing their jobs.” http://ow.ly/kqqF50z6vx2

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
03/28/2020

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

To help slow the spread of COVID-19, we’ve now suspended all in-person services at all offices until April 7, unless further extended. Our staff will continue duties not requiring contact with the public & will send notices to those affected by this closure. Info: www.uscis.gov/coronavirus

American Immigration Lawyers Association
03/04/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Wondering how you’d do filling out the new #PublicCharge questions as a prospective immigrant? AILA member Kara Hart reviews the form’s requirements and mulls over the vast amount of data required. Read more:
ow.ly/bm4n50yxQny

American Immigration Lawyers Association
02/12/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

A federal judge in Maryland has blocked immigration officials from arresting, detaining and deporting immigrants who are in the process of obtaining legal residency based on their marriages to U.S. citizens. http://ow.ly/rAe130qgTj4

American Immigration Lawyers Association
02/11/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Many asylum seekers are being forced to make the impossible choice between returning to their home country where they may face danger, or being sent to Guatemala, a country ill-equipped to process asylum seekers. http://ow.ly/aIC630qgTds

American Immigration Lawyers Association
02/05/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

A new rule could do away with “duration of status," making it more onerous for international students to file for extensions to stay in the United States.

Asylumist
01/31/2020

Asylumist

Expediting Your Case with #USCIS

It’s rare that you’ll find the words “USCIS” and “fast” in the same sentence, unless there’s a “not” in there somewhere. The agency that processes U.S. immigration benefits is not known for its lightning speed. But if you’re in a hurry, it is sometimes possible to #expedite your case. Read more here: http://www.asylumist.com/2020/01/29/expediting-your-case-with-uscis/

American Immigration Lawyers Association
01/27/2020

American Immigration Lawyers Association

The Supreme Court's decision to stay the nationwide injunction of the "public charge" rule will result in the separation of tens of thousands of families seeking to reunite in the U.S. Read our statement: http://ow.ly/jEw830qcNAl

American Immigration Lawyers Association
01/10/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

"Restricting OPT would be disastrous for international students in the U.S..."

Read this opinion piece in Houston Chronicle on how ending OPT would exacerbate America’s STEM worker shortage and damage the economy. http://ow.ly/Sp5Y30q85oN

01/09/2020
American Immigration Lawyers Association

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied the government's motion to stay the public charge preliminary injunction issued by the Southern District Court of New York. The nationwide injunction remains in place. http://ow.ly/j2LM30q7TVx

American Immigration Council
01/07/2020
American Immigration Council

American Immigration Council

These proposed changes put our immigration system at risk of becoming completely inaccessible to the average person.

American Immigration Lawyers Association
12/27/2019

American Immigration Lawyers Association

There are three days left to submit a comment on USCIS's fee schedule rule which would require applicants and petitioners to pay increased fees for decreased services. Take action and oppose the fee hikes by submitting your own personalized comment! https://www.aila.org/takeaction#/69

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7200 Wisconsin Avenue Ste 500
Bethesda, MD
20814

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(202) 640-4420

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