Dzubow & Pilcher, PLLC specializes in asylum law, immigration law, and appellate litigation. Our attorneys are nationally and internationally recognized as experts by other attorneys and the news media, and we have received numerous awards for our work.
The attorneys at Dzubow & Pilcher have successfully represented hundreds of individuals and businesses before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of Homeland Security, Asylum Offices, Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals, and U.S. embassies and consulates around the world. We are proud of having helped so many people achieve their goals.
If you need assistance with your case, please contact us. We guarantee courteous, prompt, and professional service. Please call (202) 328-1350 to schedule a consultation.
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The Problem With Immigration Lawyers and How to Fix It, Part 1: Immigration Judges - The poor quality of the immigration bar is a much discussed topic in certain circles (I wrote about it here). A recent study in the Cardozo Law Review that was featured last month in the New York Times provides an opportunity to discuss the situation, and give my two cents about how to improve representation for immigrants. According to the Times, “The study was conducted by a group of lawyers and researchers under the auspices of Robert A. Katzmann, a federal appellate judge in New York City.” “Judge Katzmann blames predatory lawyers who are not familiar with immigration law for much of the poor representation.” ... Read More
Yes--The H-1B visa should be made easier to get, but it should also be reformed so that American workers are protected and our country is able to attract the types of employees we need to grow our economy.
The H-1B visa was originally designed to allow U.S. companies to bring computer programmers to the United States to fill positions that were vacant due to a shortage of qualified workers. Over time, creative immigration lawyers have "pushed the law" and expanded the types of workers coming to the United States. H-1B visas have been used by everyone from acupuncturists and accountants to pharmacists, teachers, and Web designers. Some of this is good for our economy and domestic work force; some of it is not so good. ... Read More
Jason Dzubow specializes in asylum and immigration law. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, and he clerked for the Immigration Court in Arlington, Virginia. He is also an adjunct professor of Immigration Law at George Mason University. Because of his reasonable fees and outstanding service, Jason receives referrals from many area non-profits. Jason’s blog, The Asylumist, is the only blog in the U.S. devoted exclusively to asylum.
- Removal and deportation defense
- Waivers of inadmissibility
- Lawful permanent residency (green card)
- Family-based immigration
- Employment- based immigration (PERM, I-140, National Interest Waiver, etc.)
- Nonimmigrant visas, including H-1B, F-1, J-1, L-1, TN, P, O
- TPS and NACARA
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