Barst Mukamal & Kleiner partner, Deborah Notkin, included in the 2020 Edition of U.S. News Best Lawyers for Immigration Law

BMKLLP partner, Deborah Notkin, has been included in the 2020 Edition of U.S. News’ Best Lawyers for Immigration Law. Moreover, The BMKLLP standout has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America, for her work in Immigration Law, since 1995. During her 30 years in practice, Ms. Notkin has acquired a nationally recognized expertise in […] Read more..

Alexis S. Axelrad at The Practising Law Institute: Immigration Law 2017 Seminar

The Practising Law Institute is holding the Basic Immigration Law 2017 seminar on March 2, 2017. The program will provide an overview of U.S. immigration law, including basic concepts of U.S. immigration law and procedure, and current developments and trends. Learn more about the seminar: http://buff.ly/2jW8TgW. This program will be extremely useful to attorneys who […] Read more..

FAQs Regarding the Executive Orders

Updated 2/2/17 TRAVEL BAN Q: I am on a nonimmigrant visa and I hold a passport of one of the affected countries, can I leave the U.S. and re-enter? A: As of 2/01/2017, the following citizens of the following countries on nonimmigrant visas should not depart the United States or if outside of the United […] Read more..

Immigration Related Executive Orders

On January 25, 2017, President Trump signed two executive orders regarding immigration. The first executive order entitled” Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements” directs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to secure the U.S.-Mexico border by constructing a physical wall immediately. The order also instructs DHS to construct and operate detention facilities at or near […] Read more..

EB5 Immigration Visa Creates Jobs, Commerce, Revenue

The EB5 program has created millions of dollars to funnel into major residential housing and commercial projects, making the United States eager to welcome foreign entrepreneurs via the EB5 immigration visa. Thousands of people have an affordable home, well-paid employees are happily working, and foreign investors are earning US citizenship. Immigration Reform Meets Affordable Financing […] Read more..

2016 Immigration Policy: Year in Review

2017 is here, and most media and public attention are squarely focused on the expected changes in immigration policy to come with the inauguration of the president-elect next month. However, although not an especially momentous year for immigration reform, several noteworthy changes in US immigration have occurred over the last 12 months. Known Employer Pilot […] Read more..