• American professional immigration lawyer assessment agency
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Professional

Michael P Cooke (MPC) is a professional immigration attorney assessment agency consisting of more than 30 American lawyers. Michael has worked on several US immigration bills and has worked in the USCIS, White House and Congress. He not only advocates immigration, but also provides legal assistance to immigration lawyers.

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Valuable

At the beginning of founding, Michael found that the service standards of many immigration lawyers were not very standardized. After communicating with these lawyers and law firms, Michael not only provided training for free, but also developed a unique evaluation system in the United States. Make sure to bring real value to your customers.

A bridge

A bridge

Michael P Cooke's professional immigration attorney assessment agency not only provides clients with a mirror, but also provides lawyers and lawyers with the opportunity to see the true thoughts of their customers and to better enforce the law for those who are about to enter the United States. Aspect of the service.

Scott R Malyk 2/5 (1)

Immigration worksite enforcement by federal authorities has ramped up to unprecedented levels and shows no signs of abating. Employer’s must therefore focus on Form I-9 compliance.  The substantial increase in the number of I-9 audits and related arrests by U.S. Immigration and Custom’s Enforcement (ICE), coupled with the doubling of civil penalties, makes this a…

Pradeek Susheelan 4/5 (1)

PRADEEK SUSHEELAN, ESQ. attended the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), earning a Masters in Law (LL.M.) with certifications in Social Justice & Public Interest Law, and Public Law & Regulation. His focus during the Masters program was on challenging agency actions in immigration matters by utilization of administrative law. He has…

Alena Shautsova 4/5 (1)

I enjoy practicing law and helping people. I believe in justice, and equality. I work hard to help my every client, and to make sure that client knows that he/she is not alone.  I represent clients in Asylum, Deportation and Removal proceedings, Immigration Court, Appeals. I help them with Hardship waivers, green card applications, work…

Irene Vaisman 4/5 (1)

I am admitted to the New York State Bar, the New Jersey Bar and to the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. After gaining valuable experience in a busy immigration law firm, I started my own practice in 2009.  I fully manage the immigration practice of my firm and have build it to become…

Mahmoud R Rabah 4/5 (1)

I have always enjoyed the practice of law, from the simple appearances in court to the arguments made before a jury. I have found my talent in being able to speak to people, to make them understand my side, to convince and persuade. I have combined this interest and talent into a practice that I…

David G. Katona 3/5 (1)

David Katona practices exclusively in the area of immigration law.  He has extensive experience with all types of immigration matters, including business, family and removal/deportation matters as well as administrative and federal appeals.  Mr. Katona is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), chairing and serving on several committees, including the District…

Stephanie DiPietro 4/5 (1)

DiPietro is a New York City immigration law firm assisting individuals, corporations, and other institutions in all aspects of U.S. immigration matters including visas, Green Cards, employment authorization, adjustment of status, national interest waivers and immediate relative petitions for professionals, skilled workers, students, families, religious workers, and businessmen seeking temporary or permanent residence or change…

Jennifer Mazzei No ratings yet.

Jennifer Mazzei, is a graduate of Hofstra University School of Law and practices in the areas of criminal defense and immigration. Prior to co-founding The Law Offices of Mazzei & Polk, L.L.C., she was an Assistant District Attorney in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office for over five years. During that time, she prosecuted felony…

Nicole Abruzzo Hemrick 4/5 (1)

I became an immigration attorney because it is interesting and rewarding to work closely with people from all over the world and to help them to build their lives in the United States, whether they desire to reunite with their families, to find work, or to find refuge. Please rate this Sample rating item