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Fragomen Recognized as Immigration Leader by Chambers USA 2019

Fragomen Recognized as Immigration Leader by Chambers USA 2019

We are proud to have been given the highest possible ranking for the sixth year in a row in Chambers USA, reaffirming Fragomen’s status as one of the leading firms in immigration law nationwide. Fragomen’s nationwide practice has been ranked in Band 1 by Chambers since 2014.

Our firm was recognized for its commanding and geographically extensive presence; its ability to handle an array of business immigration services; and its capacity to advise on compliance strategy and enforcement defense, as well as policy development and global immigration program management.

According to Chambers’ research, satisfied clients note Fragomen’s “superior customer service skills, empathy and their extensive knowledge of all aspects of immigration.” Interviewees also report that “the team is outstanding; they understand our needs and communicate clearly and concisely.”

In addition, Chambers ranked Fragomen highly in the following jurisdictions: California, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, New York, and Texas.

Chambers also recognized the following Fragomen lawyers:

Daryl Buffenstein (Georgia and Nationwide)

Kelly Cobb (Texas)

Bo Cooper (District of Columbia and Nationwide)

Jennifer Estrella (Florida)

Austin T. Fragomen, Jr. (New York and Nationwide)

Enrique Gonzalez (Florida)

Andrew Greenfield (District of Columbia)

Carl Hampe (District of Columbia)

Ethan Kaufman (New York)

Cynthia Lange (California)

Deborah Marlowe (Georgia)

Jay Ruby (Georgia)

Kyle Sherman (Georgia)

Kristi Taylor (Texas)

Paige Taylor (Texas)

Karen Winarsky (Georgia)

Chambers ranks firms on the basis of technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision, and business understanding, diligence, value for money, depth of team and professional conduct. Individual lawyers are ranked on the basis of their legal knowledge and experience, their ability, their effectiveness and their client service.