Immigration Lawyers, Washington, D.C.

Benach Collopy believes in the American dream. We believe that on the other side of the immigration process there is a better life for you, and for your family. We believe that our experience, compassion, and know-how can help make your dream a reality.

Our attorneys are among the most respected immigration lawyers in the nation.
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We're Moving!  But we are Making Two Stops!

We’re Moving! But we are Making Two Stops!

Our new home at 4530 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. Boxes are full and stacked.  Art is off the walls.  Copies of the Immigration & Nationality Act from 2012 have been donated (although it is not like Congress has made many changes to the Act).  Several hours of discussions with telephone providers, IT specialists, movers, and real estate professionals have all led up to this moment: we are moving out of 1333 H Street, NW as of August 30, 2017
Intern Week: Sophie Macklem-Johnson "From Minnesota to Argentina."

Intern Week: Sophie Macklem-Johnson “From Minnesota to Argentina.”

I’m Sophie Macklem-Johnson, and I am about to be a senior at Grinnell College (Dree’s alma mater). I am majoring in History and Spanish, and have a concentration in Latin American Studies. I have been speaking Spanish and learning about Latin America since I was started Kindergarten at a Spanish immersion elementary school in Minnesota.

Intern Week! Jane Vukmer and Seventeen Trans Asylum Cases!

My name is Jane Vukmer, and I am a third-year student at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. This summer, I worked as the Trans Asylum Fellow for Benach Collopy and Whitman-Walker. The Benach Collopy and Whitman-Walker legal partnership provides pro bono legal services to transgender asylum seekers who have been victimized, abused, tortured, and persecuted in their country of origin.