When it comes to navigating the complex world of immigration law, you want to get it right the first time. Whether the goal is to obtain a work visa, green card, or full U.S. citizenship, you need an expert who understands immigration law inside and out — a law firm that cares about securing a good outcome for the client.
Attorneys Stephen Trow, Linda Rahal, and Cynthia Hemphill, owners and shareholders of Trow & Rahal, P.C. (pictured left to right), are widely recognized as leading business immigration attorneys and have a solid reputation within the legal community, as evidenced by their inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. Their reputation for high ethical standards has earned them recognition in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
Having helped clients with their immigration issues for several decades, they know that immigration issues affect many aspects of an individual’s professional and personal life. Developing solutions quickly and effectively can be critical.
As your immigration law firm, Trow & Rahal will stay on top of rapidly changing regulations, steer around the roadblocks in the system, and when needed, craft a customized solution to help you cross the finish line and receive the benefits you require. Contact us to discuss how we might help you.
Washington DC, November 1, 2010 — The Washington, DC-based immigration law firm Trow & Rahal, PC, gained recognition on October 28 when its shareholders—Cynthia Hemphill, Linda Rahal, and Stephen Trow—were featured in Washington, DC’s Best Lawyers magazine, 2011 edition. This special publication was distributed to thousands of readers as an insert inside The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, the National Law Journal, The American Lawyer, and Corporate Counsel magazine.
Steve Trow will be speaking at a British-American Business Association program in Washington, DC, on “Leaving America: Immigration and Tax Issues for U.S. Permanent Residents Who Move Abroad.” The date of the event will be determined in September 2011.
Steve will cover the risk of losing U.S. permanent resident (green card) status through:
• the use of reentry permits to preserve status;
• the effect of residence abroad on eligibility for U.S citizenship, and
• immigration planning in relation to the U.S. exit tax.
To deliver winning immigration solutions for business and professionals worldwide, through expert advice, quality service, and strategic consulting.
“I am so happy that I was introduced to Linda Rahal when I decided to live and train in the US! Linda advised me on the appropriate visa, the time it would take to process, and all other details involved and constantly updated me on the status of my application. Linda understands triathlons, knows the immigration world, and made the whole process easy and hassle free. I feel extremely fortunate to have Linda as my immigration lawyer, and recommend her highly.”
Professional Triathlete Kate Major