Experienced, Dedicated Immigration Lawyer
For more than 25 years, the law firm of Yeager & Etkind has focused its attention exclusively on immigration law, achieving in-depth knowledge about and ample experience with this unique and extremely complicated field of legal practice.
With offices in Rockville, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., we serve individual and business clients in the United States and abroad. Whether you are pursuing a visa or green card or you need to respond to an immigration-related legal challenge, contact us at 202-828-0750 or 301-340-2111 to discuss your case with an experienced immigration attorney.
Helping Workers and Employers Achieve Immigration Goals
People coming to the United States for the purpose of employment face some of the most complex immigration procedures because of national policy of making sure there is sufficient employment for U.S. citizens. Our firm helps prospective immigrants and employers address the full range of employment-based immigration issues, including the following:
- Employment-based green cards
- Temporary work visas
- Alien labor certification (PERM)
- Medical professionals
- Researchers, professors and scientists
- Hiring foreign workers
Whenever taking any immigration steps with regard to employment, it is always best to consult with an experienced immigration lawyer early in the process.
Addressing All Issues Involving U.S. Immigration Law
Our firm provides a full range of immigration law services to clients in the United States and abroad. Whether you are trying to bring a family member into the country, defend yourself against deportation, obtain U.S. citizenship or address any other of the following issues, we can help.
- Family-based green cards
- Fiance and family visitor visas
- Non-immigrant visas
- Waivers of inadmissibility
- Deportation and immigration court
- Immigration appeals
- Asylum, temporary protected status and NACARA
- Criminal charges and immigration
- Naturalization and citizenship
The U.S. immigration statutes, regulations and procedures are extraordinarily complex, involving many different government agencies and embassies. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about any aspect of immigration law.