James J. Orlow, Immigration Lawyer
Orlow and Orlow, PC has provided immigration and citizenship legal services to individuals, corporations and their counsel since 1928. The firm, located in Philadelphia, was founded by Abram and Lena Orlow, distinguished immigration lawyers who practiced nationwide and were co-founders of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which today has over 10,000 members.
57 years Immigration Law Experience
Licesned in New York (1983), Pennsylvania (1959), and Washington, D.C.(1959)
Pracitce Limited to Immigration Law
Typical services include:
- Removal cases and Appeals before the Immigration Court and BIA.
- Waivers of inadmissibility (fraud, unlawful presence waivers, 212(c)).
- Permanent immigration based on employment, exceptional ability,
- and family relationships
- Representation in asylum and removal proceedings.
- Permanent and temporary visas for investors (EB-5, E-1, E-2)
- Temporary working visas (E-1 and E-2, H-1B, H-2, J, L-1, O, P, R)
- Intracompany transferees (L-1A and L-1B)
- Aliens of extraordinary or exceptional abilities (O and EB-1)
- Permanent and temporary religious visas (EB-4, R)
- Representation of employers in sanctions cases
- Federal Litigation
- Petitions for Review
- Compelling administrative action
- Review of denied naturalization applications
- Removal Order appeals
- Habeas Corpus and custody review
James J. Orlow graduated from Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor's in Economics, with Honors, and the Harvard Law School. Following active duty as a Judge Advocate in the U.S. Naval Reserve he entered private practice. Mr. Orlow has limited his practice to immigration and citizenship law since 1965. He has served as the National President of American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Chairman of various committees of the American Bar Association dealing with immigration and citizenship law. While Mr. Orlow accepts most types of cases, the cases for which he become best known are those that other lawyers refer to him, involving complex issues for which novel resolutions are required.