The Law Offices of Edward S. Reisman provides individuals and families with experienced counsel and dedication in immigration and nationality law. After practicing for more than 10 years in Santa Monica, immigration attorney Edward S. Reisman has an acute understanding of his clients' unique goals, the obstacles they must overcome to stay in the United States and what they can do legally to stay connected with their loved ones.
Serving Clients Throughout The Los Angeles Metro Area
Mr. Reisman's extensive experience includes representation in hearings and appeals before government entities, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the U.S. Department of State, Los Angeles Immigration Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Support, Experience And Advocacy In California Immigration Matters
In his years of experience, Edward S. Reisman has developed thorough investigative skills and an eye for strategy, helping clients follow immigration regulations while meeting their needs. In some cases, clients seek short-term visas. In others, permanent residence is their priority. All of these issues are highly personal, which is why he works hard to extend personal service to each client he represents.
When you retain his services, he will help answer your questions in straightforward terms, guide you through the process, thoroughly prepare you for crucial interviews and represent you in pertinent hearings. He confidently handles immigration issues of:
- Green card and permanent residence
- Removal and deportation defense
- Immigration appeals
- Naturalization and citizenship
Contact Our Los Angeles Green Card Attorney For Experienced Representation
Work with an experienced immigration lawyer who will give your legal matter the attention it deserves. The Law Offices of Edward S. Reisman can be reached online or by telephone at 800-583-6965. Attorney Edward S. Reisman is available to address your needs in: Russian (spoken), German (spoken), Polish (read), French (read), Latin (read), Greek (read) and Hebrew (read).