Largest Immigration Law Firm in U.S. is Busy, Very Busy

In the face of President Trump’s U.S. entry ban, “Fragomen has helped clients draft letters to their board, briefed upset executives for meetings with the President, and even sued the Trump administration on behalf of a CNN journalist detained at the Atlanta airport. The firm’s attorneys have also jumped in on a pro bono basis to help travelers, visa and green card holders facing deportation and uncertainty.” 

Read more in a recent article in Bloomberg BNA, where Fragomen’s senior partners discuss how the firm is helping clients in the wake of President Donald Trump’s immigration order.