Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/16/2018 -- Klasko Immigration Law Partners, a nationally recognized team of employment-based immigration lawyers, is proud to announce the expansion of its business litigation practice.
Foreign nationals and employers in search of a law firm to handle a denied application, petition, or delayed adjudication by the government can rely on Klasko Law to advocate on their behalf. It has become increasingly more difficult for foreign nationals to be employed in the United States, either temporarily or permanently, under new restrictive interpretations by USCIS. A new policy is even allowing officers to outright deny green card and visa applications that have missing information or errors without giving applicants a chance to fix them. Increasingly, the only way to challenge arbitrary or erroneous immigration decisions is through litigation in federal court.
With an impressive background in immigration litigation, which is exceedingly rare among business immigration law firms, Klasko Law has recognized the growing need to be able to defend and support clients with a broader range of actionable options. Klasko's immigration lawyers can point to many victories both by verdict and settlement. With Klasko Law's Business Litigation team, foreign nationals or their employers can overcome unfair decisions and practices by the immigration agencies.
Ron Klasko, managing partner of Klasko Immigration Law Partners, is leading the new Administrative Litigation Task Force formed within the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). An experienced and regarded immigration litigator, Ron's goals are to initiate impact litigation on key immigration issues and policies and to educate other immigration attorneys on how to litigate visa denials where they believe the law was misinterpreted. He's currently co-counsel for a lawsuit challenging the new USCIS policy on unlawful presence for foreign students and exchange visitors.
Daniel Lundy is involved in significant litigation work, both in the EB-5 arena and with regard to employment-based immigration applications and petitions. He has frequently been involved in litigation on behalf of EB-5 investors, regional centers, and projects that are facing unreasonable USCIS actions or delays, regional center terminations, or SEC litigation. Most recently, he has been deeply involved in litigating USCIS denials of EB-5 petitions based on material change and redemption agreements. He has also advised clients on the immigration aspects of EB-5 projects that have been involved in civil litigation. Mr. Lundy has even recently led successful litigation that led to overturning a denial of a managerial petition. Mr. Lundy has litigated more than 70 immigration cases, including adjustment of status and waiver denials, denials of asylum and withholding of removal, orders of removal, and other immigration issues before the U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Klasko Immigration Law Partners is at the forefront of immigration law, offering a vast array of creative solutions and services that include immigration options for investors, employers, individuals of exceptional or extraordinary abilities, worksite compliance support for employers, and more. Schedule a consultation with an attorney today at www.KlaskoLaw.com.
About Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP
Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP has offices in Philadelphia and New York, and provides top-tier legal services to individuals, multinational corporations, small companies, universities, and hospitals. The firm has been selected as one of the top 5 business immigration law firms in the United States by the prestigious Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business (Chambers and Partners) for the past ten years. The firm serves as the North American Regional Representative of the Investment Migration Council, the worldwide association Investor Immigration and Citizenship-by-Investment. For more information, please see www.klaskolaw.com.
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