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Neil A. Weinrib & Associates (NawLaw)

Located in New York City, Neil A. Weinrib & Associates (NawLaw) is an established law firm effectively providing expert immigration legal assistance and solutions for individuals, families, and companies. For over 30 years, our firm is fully committed to helping foreign and domestic corporations, as well as individuals with traditional legal services tailored to their needs and requirements. The firm handles immigration matters nationwide since 1980.

We are a service-oriented law firm geared towards providing our clientele with successful solutions to all their legal needs. With our outstanding and responsive customer service, we always exceed our customers’ expectations by providing them with the finest legal services available. Our philosophy is to protect and advance the rights of clients to insure that they receive the best possible legal representation. NawLaw has a reputation of being a committed and trustworthy firm; it is always successful in exceeding our clientele’s expectations. At NawLaw we are available, affordable, and very friendly.

"Since the founding year of the firm, 1980, my goal was to launch an unmatched level of professional and personalized service in order to successfully navigate challenging and complex legal issues."

Neil A. Weinrib, the founder of Neil Weinrib & Associates

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NawLaw 2018: Your Summer Immigration Briefing

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VISA NEWS ALERT: USCIS Policy Update! Currently, when USCIS receives a petition which is incomplete or does not adequately prove that the foreign national satisfies their visa petition requirements, USCIS would send a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID). Starting September 11th, 2018, USCIS will no longer require visa petition evaluators to send RFE’s and...

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READ ON IF YOUR H-1B PETITION HAS RECENTLY BEEN DENIED OR CHALLENGED BY USCIS We have recently been engaged in many consultations with potential clients throughout the U.S. whose H-1B petitions have been denied by USCIS after their attorneys have filed responses to Requests for Further Evidence, particularly those involving Level 1 wage issues and whether a position is classified...

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