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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Is USCIS really not processing green card applications?

Is USCIS really not processing green card applications?

Outstanding reporting by Tanvi Misra in Roll Call last week uncovered memos that state that U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service has “stopped” processing applications for residence.  While we have not seen the memos at issue, we are going to try to piece together what it means.  In our opinion, it is not as nefarious as it seems, though it sure is bad.
Una carta abierta a mi comunidad Latinx.  De Diana Mateo

Una carta abierta a mi comunidad Latinx. De Diana Mateo

¡Hola, amigos! Soy una de las paralegales de BC, Diana. Como una Latina profesional de inmigración, quería compartir algunas ideas con nuestros amigos y clientes de BC sobre algunos problemas preocupantes que he visto en nuestra comunidad latina, y sobre formas en que podemos ser mejores aliados para nuestros hermanos Negros.
An Open Letter to my Non-Black Latinx Community

An Open Letter to my Non-Black Latinx Community

This is a special blog post by our Paralegal Diana Mateo, who has been inspired to write by the Black Lives Matter movement  to speak out about anti-blackness in the Latino community.  A version in Spanish is available here. Hi friends, this is Benach Collopy paralegal Diana. As a Latina immigration professional, I want to share some thoughts with our BC friends and clients on some troubling issues I’ve seen in our non-Black Latinx community and on ways we can be better allies to our Black siblings.