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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ICE's New Facility for Trans Detainees Promises More of the Same Abuse

ICE’s New Facility for Trans Detainees Promises More of the Same Abuse

Even as the Obama administration takes steps to protect transgender children in schools and provide access to health care for trans people, the President’s illiberal approach to immigration continues to affect trans women in predictable and violent ways.  As accolades were heaped on the administration from transgender advocates, the administration announced the creation of a new detention facility designed to hold trans detainees in Alvarado, Texas.
Introducing our Fellow for Trans Asylum Issues and Celebrating Thirty Years of Whitman Walker Health Legal Services

Introducing our Fellow for Trans Asylum Issues and Celebrating Thirty Years of Whitman Walker Health Legal Services

Naya, Celina, Liana, Ava and Cori and Amy from Whitman Walker This is a big week at Benach Collopy as a number of important projects are coming together and we are very excited to share them with you. First, we are very pleased to introduce Maria Celina Marquez as the inaugural Benach Collopy- Whitman Walker Health Fellow for Trans Asylum.
Happy St. Patrick's Day from Benach Collopy

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Benach Collopy

It was less than 100 years ago that “No Irish Need Apply” signs were in job windows.  Today, the Irish are thoroughly assimilated into the mainstream of American culture and St. Patrick’s day is a great day to remember the contributions of Irish-Americans to the U.S.  Anyone who knows me knows that two things I care about immensely are immigration and the U.S.