One of the key reasons Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi can offer the best possible service in immigration law is the expertise of our staff. Our senior legal assistants offer years of experienced and unparalleled support for our business and individual immigration clients. In addition, each year we bring in new staff from the best universities in the country who provide energy and new ideas to complement our experienced staffers.
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Maureen was the first legal assistant hired at our firm and has been with us for over 30 years. She is Senior Legal Assistant to Jon Landau as well as our Office Administrator. Her work primarily relates to our firm’s representation of corporations, universities, performing arts and sports teams on immigration issues. Maureen also assists with I-9 compliance audits for employers. She has a Bachelor’s degree from Temple University in English and History.
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As Senior Legal Assistant to Nicole Simon, Ben helps clients apply for family-based permanent residence, employment-based permanent residence (including the PERM Labor Certification Application process), and Naturalization. He is also experienced with H-1B and L-1 nonimmigrant visa petitions. He has been with the firm since 2008, and graduated from Haverford College in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy.
October 16, 2017URGENT: Recent Changes To 2019 Diversity Visa Lottery
UPDATE 10/16/17 The Department of State has revealed that a technical issue has invalidated all previously submitted 2017 Diversity Visa…More
October 3, 2017UPDATE: USCIS confirms that all H-1B petitions are again eligible for Premium Processing
Last week we received word from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) that USCIS was planning to resume premium processing…More
September 25, 2017ALERT: Trump Administration Issues New Extended & Indefinite Travel Ban
The first versions of President Trump’s travel ban have been delayed, struck down, and/or modified by courts since they were…More