Immigration policies in the United States can change with each new administration. When securing visas for international workers is an integral part of your company’s operations, it is vital that you know about new and impending changes. By subscribing to Trow & Rahal’s free monthly newsletter, you can be sure to stay informed of the issues that matter to you. And because a monthly newsletter can’t always capture breaking news, you will also receive periodic Newsflash emails to let you know about important changes the minute they happen.

What You Will Get From Our Newsletter

Our international immigration attorneys have been helping global companies, high-net-worth individuals, and important scholars and athletes with the United States visa process for nearly 30 years. We are creative problem solvers who partner with our clients to provide compassionate, personal immigration services. In our newsletters, you will learn more about topics such as:

  • Important deadlines
  • Supreme Court rulings
  • Department of State rule changes
  • Department of Homeland Security actions
  • Country-specific rules changes and immigration data
  • Trow & Rahal success stories

In addition to these informative monthly emails, you will also receive our Newsflash emails with concise summaries on a variety of important updates, including executive orders, newsworthy tweets, impending deadlines, court rulings, and more. You can also access back issues of our newsletters and Newsflash emails on this page.

Stay in Touch With Trow & Rahal by Signing Up Today

Not every piece of news is relevant to every employer or individual, but by subscribing to our news updates, you can be sure you are on top of the news that matters to you. It is our job to understand every nuance of United States immigration policy, process, and restrictions, and we make it a priority to boil all of the information down so that our clients have the facts they need. Our team is available to partner with you for more personalized communication. Fill out our contact page or call our Washington DC-area office at 202-537-4830 to learn more.