The popular “Brown Around Town” editorial cartoon series, commenting on topical immigration issues, is drawn and authored by Mr. Brown.
With Mr. Brown’s guidance and direction, Bei Yang and Maria Zhynovitch, associates with the firm, earnestly work to ensure a detail-oriented approach to the practice of immigration law. Ms. Yang, fluent in Mandarin, has over five years of business immigration experience in the field, and works in the firm's business immigration unit. Ms. Zynovitch works in the firm's immigration litigation department and among her other experiences, prepared a guide for immigration detainees for the American Bar Association Commission on Immigration and has aided battered immigrant women for Sanctuary for Families. She is fluent in Russian and Belarusian. Sharada Kunaparaju, the firm’s lead paralegal, has a law degree from Andhra University in India and has been with the firm for over 10 years.
The firm can assist clients in all aspects of U.S. immigration law. A sample of the firm’s clientele includes, but is not limited to:
Technology companiesFashion designers, artists and actorsLaw firmsFinancial advisors and investorsMedical doctorsEngineersNot-for-profit corporationsReligious institutions
The firm successfully procures non-immigration and immigrant status for Foreign Investors, Persons of Exceptional or Extraordinary Ability, Intra-company Transferees, Temporary Workers, and Religious Workers. Moreover, with the help of the Law Offices of Jan H. Brown, P.C., numerous employers have been able to navigate the complex Labor Certification process to sponsor their employees for US permanent residence.
The firm’s family-based immigration practice has assisted thousands of immigrants through situations such as:
Marriage and other family sponsorshipsAdoption/immigration filingsFiancée visasDefense against removal from the US including: asylum applications, cancellation of removal, and waivers of crimes committed
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Jan H. Brown represent clients before:
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and other branches of the Department of Homeland SecurityThe Administrative Appeals OfficeU.S Consulates abroadThe Immigration CourtsThe Board of Immigration AppealsThe Federal Courts of Appeal
Whether a permanent residence application, a naturalization interview, or an appeal before a Federal Court, every client is treated with the utmost respect. Clients are diligently prepared by the firm's experienced staff for their immigration appointments, court dates, and consular interviews.
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