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BARST ATTORNEYS AT LAW

IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS IN NEW YORK CITY SINCE 1930

As the oldest lawfirm in the United States focusing exclusively on immigration law, Barst Attorneys at Law has established itself as a renowned resource for clients and companies in all legal matters related to business and commercial immigration. Our New York City immigration attorneys, each with about 20 years of legal and courtroom experience, have helped numerous manufacturers, agencies, firms, companies and organizations worldwide with comprehensive counsel in several immigration areas, including working visas, citizenship, corporate compliance and permanent residency.

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BARST ATTORNEYS AT LAW

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Our NY immigration and business lawyers average 20 years of legal experience, and each is dedicated to providing every client with representation that is tailored to his or her particular needs. This tradition of excellence is rooted in the work of our founders, who pioneered the practice of immigration law and established Barst as a leader in the field more than 80 years ago.

Recent News & Insights

Haiti Designated for TPS; Registration Open for Burma TPS

Haiti Designated for TPS; Registration Open for Burma TPS

Haiti was recently designated for Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) for 18 months. Additionally, new details were announced and registration opened for Burma’s 18-month TPS designation, which was granted in March 2021. Below is a look at what the...

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AILA Elects New Officers for 2021-2022

We are delighted to announce that Barst Partner Alexis S. Axelrad was elected Secretary of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) for the 2021-22 term. The announcement was made at AILA’s Annual Conference on Immigration Law, during...

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DHS Extends COVID-Related Form I-9 Compliance Flexibility

DHS Extends COVID-Related Form I-9 Compliance Flexibility

In consideration of ongoing COVID-19 precautions in workplaces, flexibilities in rules related to Form I-9 compliance that were granted in March 2020 and updated earlier this year have been extended to Aug. 31, 2021. Specifically, for new employees...

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